Summer of Yesterday, by Gabby Triana



Fast Facts:

  • Genre: Romance/Science Fiction
  • Recommended For: 6th Grade and Up/Fans of Twilight
  • Rating: 2 out of 5 stars

Summer of Yesterday by Gaby Triana is a mediocre book. It is a classic girl-versus-nature situation when the main character, Haley, has a seizure and ends up in 1982. She sees her parents falling in love, and meets the first boy that she ever “really likes”. All of Triana’s characters are predictable and none of them seem to succeed in making the reader want to find out what happens next. It was a book that took all of my will power to keep reading. The entire book is one big cliché. It is only deserving of two of five stars. I would recommend it for readers in sixth grade and up because there are some adult situations. I would also recommend it for people who liked the Twilight series and other books with romance and drama.

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New books on Acting for Teens


We’ve recently refreshed our acting and drama books for teens.  Take a look if you’re a teen interested in drama.  There might be something there just for you.

50 Acting Scenes for Teens: Cool new scenes for the American teenager by Bo Kane

Acting for Young Actors: Ultimate Teen Guide by Mary Lou Belli

Actor’s Choice: Monologues for Teens edited by Erin Detrick

Actor’s Choice: Scenes for Teens edited by Jason Pizzarello

Fierce & True: Plays for Teen Audiences

Sixty Comedy duet scenes for teens by Laurie Allen