How to Fracture a Fairy Tale by Jane Yolen is a retelling and modern update of 28 stories.
The graphic novel of Deogratias by Jean-Philippe Stassen is released and tells the story of a teen boy in the Rwandan genocide.
Yes, it's official. I'm moving back to Melbourne for university. I have some urgent questions I need answered before I fly back.
Hank Green's debut YA novel, An Absolutely Remarkable Thing is released. There are a few randomly funny things. Not really a book review, but kind of a book review.
Yes, it is possible to read a lot of books this year and not break the bank. Here are the places I get free books.
Broadway's Dear Evan Hansen has been converted to a beautifully written novel by Val Emmich. It's deep, and dark: everything a musical isn't.
Carly's unborn daughter has an incurable heart defect. Well, incurable in 1970. Diane Chamberlain's The Dream Daughter is time travel and love.
It's Banned Book Week so I'm reading Eleanor & Park by Rainbow Rowell: a story of laughter, tears, awkwardness, and young love, and loss.
It's Banned Books Week - my favorite! I love reading and experiencing stories from lives and places to teach and help me understand different.
The poor girl from an abusive home switches with the princess struggling to understand her role in Katie Ward's The Pretender.
Who can Lena trust in 1980s Berlin, when she's a cleaner for the Stasi and her uncle is missing? The House of a Thousand Eyes is a new novel by Michelle Barker.
We hit the Whatcom County Farm Tour and went to visit the farms with flowers, and pigs, and cute baby cows.
What's it like as a white Australian-American female living in Trump's America? Here's what it is for me.
William Tyce shares his knowledge of life in a glossary style guide. Except he's a a boy without parents, who grows up near a river in the rural Midwest, inadvertently shares his life story.
Anne Bogel's I'd Rather Be Reading is a gift book of essays from her, a devoted reader, to other devoted readers everywhere.
Susan Shapiro shares of knowledge of writing personal essays and being paid and published with her new book The Byline Bible.
I learned new things about Persian culture, Iran, and Star Trek reading Darius the Great is Not Okay by Adib Khorram.
Where I'm asked lots of questions, including what I'm watching on Netflix, my thoughts on sports, and if I were a Hogwarts professor.
An unseen city, a war orphan librarian, and a blue girl in the sky and his dreams. Strange the Dreamer by Laini Taylor is my new favorite YA novel.
A roadtrip to Seabrook Washington resulted in discovering so many delightful things from Gnome Houses to the beach.