Operating under the premise that by high school, a kid is defined by one word only, 12-year-old Davis O’Brien attempts to find his own adjective before anyone else can give him one.
In “Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse,” I meet again the hero that I look up to since I was a kid.
“Meet Cute: Some People Are Destined to Meet” is a collection of stories by various YA authors about the probabilities of two individuals meeting and falling in love.
Here’s a quick review of some young adult books that you might want to read.
No Erwan Heussaff here. This is part 2 of the list where we check out some of the foreign channels in YouTube with content related to the Philippines: it’s people, the awesome food, the much more awesome places, and Jollibee (it is food but we need to mention it separately).
An astonishing true story based on a book by William Kamkwamba, “The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind” might have a predictable story with its title, but its message is powerful enough to leave a mark.
A fun-filled film about the depths on how far Star Wars fans will go just to watch the new Star Wars installment, before one of their friends die without seeing it.
A story about grief and guilt and on making peace with the past. This is one of the books that will leave a mark long after you read it.
A look back in the life inside East Germany, a homecoming, and a reckoning with a past long forgotten.
From the hyped Thai cuisine, so-so beaches, endless shopping, to its history and culture that most Thai raved about, Thailand certainly has that good old vibe that makes it shine amid the other emerging tourist spots in the region.