Magic Tree House
Junie B. Jones
Evan thought he was dealing with the loss of Ariel, his best friend, the best he could. Despite the lack of sleep and guilty conscience at least he had Jack, Ariel’s boyfriend, to talk with. But when photos start showing up on his usual routes, photos that no one should have been able to take, Evan starts to lose it again. Ariel can’t be back, can she? As photos with messages multiply, so does Evan’s paranoia and now even Jack won’t help solve the mystery. Once again, David Levithan writes outside the YA box; this time with photographer Jonathan Farmer to create a moody, photographic novel about a teen’s struggle to come to terms with the responsibility of friendship.
Prepared by Julie Fales, Shawnee Mission South High School Journalism Adviser, Overland Park, KS