TOUR SCHEDULE: The Castle School (For Troubled Girls) by Alyssa Sheinmel

Hello everyone! We are so excited to announce the tour schedule for The Castle School (For Troubled Girls) by Alyssa Sheinmel.

March 1
Kait Plus BooksInterview
The Baroness of BooksReview & Book Look

March 2
Katarama Reads – Review
Thorana Reads – Review & Favourite Quotes
Abellafairytale – Review

March 3
TeaTimeLit – Review
Confessions of a YA Reader – Review
featherboundbooks – Top 5 Reasons to Read The Castle School (For Troubled Girls)

March 4
We Write at Dawn – Interview
Stuck in Fiction – Top 5 Reasons to Read The Castle School (For Trouped Girls) & Mood Board
The Book Duthcesses – Review & Favourite Quotes

March 5
Pages & Plots – Review
laura’s bookish corner – Review & Top 5 Reasons to Read The Castle School (For Troubled Girls)
Thindbooks Blog – Review

March 6
Thin Bookish Girl – Review & Favourite Quotes
Basement.Bookcase – Review & 15 Reactions While Reading The Castle School (For Troubled Girls)
Nine Bookish Lives – Review

March 7
Alissa’s booktopia – Interview
Storme reads a lot – Review & Favourite Quotes

 

March 1
fangirlpixiebooks – Promo Post
kaitplusbooks – Blogger’s Choice
bookbaroness – Blogger’s Choice

March 2
the.mixed.pages – Review
kataramareads – Blogger’s Choice
thoranareads – Blogger’s Choice

March 3
abigailslostinabooks – Review
readbycait – Blogger’s Choice
featherboundbooks – Blogger’s Choice

March 4
kathreadsya – Book Look
darjeeling_and_jade – Review & Top 5 Reasons to Read The Castle School (For Troubled Girls)
feliciareads11 – Blogger’s Choice
thebookdutchesses – Blogger’s Choice

March 5
tbrandbeyond – Promo Post
booksandpops4000 – Blogger’s Choice
thindbooks – Blogger’s Choice

March 6
ninebookishlives – Blogger’s Choice
demidork._ – Blogger’s Choice
basement.bookcase – Blogger’s Choice

March 7
 jypsylynn – Review
onemused – Review
alissasbooktopia – Blogger’s Choice

Genre: Young Adult Contemporary Mystery
Publishing date: March 2nd, 2021

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Synopsis:

When Moira Dreyfuss’s parents announce that they’re sending her to an all-girls boarding school deep in the Maine woods, Moira isn’t fooled. She knows her parents are punishing her; she’s been too much trouble since her best friend, Nathan, died―and for a while before that. At the Castle School, isolated from the rest of the world, Moira will be expected to pour her heart out to the odd headmaster, Dr. Prince. But she isn’t interested in getting over Nathan’s death or befriending her fellow students.

On her first night there, Moira hears distant music. On her second, she discovers the lock on her window is broken. On her third, she and her roommate venture outside…and learn that they’re not so isolated after all. There’s another, very different, Castle School nearby―this one filled with boys whose parents sent them away, too.

Moira is convinced that the Castle Schools and the doctors who run them are hiding something. But exploring the schools will force Moira to confront her overwhelming grief―and the real reasons her parents sent her away.

Alyssa was born in Stanford, California, and even though she moved across the country to New York when she was six years old, she still thinks of herself as a California girl.

She still remembers the very first chapter book she ever read—The One in the Middle is the Green Kangaroo, by Judy Blume.  Before long, reading was her favorite thing in the world.  She loved it so much that when there was nothing to read, she wrote my own stories just to give herself something to read.  And when there was no pen and paper to be had, she just made up stories in her head.

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