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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- The Land of Neverendings, Kate Saunders - 10.99 The cat flap opened. Emily thought a wild animal was coming into the house. But the muddy creature that climbed through had four little wheels and a tail. It spoke in a voice like rough sandpaper. 'Come
Holly and I are lucky to have the day off, but I will be manning the reference desk on Saturday where I am sure someone will ask me if the tax forms are in and at least one returning student home on the holiday complaining they can’t take o
SIEGE OF SHADOWS (Effigies #2) by Sarah RaughleySource: Received an ARC from Simon & Schuster Canada to participate in the blog tour and give my honest review.  Publisher: Simon PulseRelease Date: November 21th, 2017Number of Pages:
My Father and Atticus Finch: A Lawyer's Fight for Justice in 1930s Alabama. Joseph Madison Beck. 2016. 240 pages. [Source: Review copy]First sentence: Judge W.L. Parks began the telephone call to Foster Beck with the customary courtesies, asking firs
The Enchanted Castle, E. Nesbit - 5.99 When Jerry, Jimmy and Kathleen are forced to spend their entire summer at school they don't imagine they will have a particularly interesting time. But that's before they stumble upon a mysterious castle set in
Submitted by Keiran, Age 11 from Connecticut Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars I love this book. It is so suspenseful. I love every part it is probably my 4th favorite book.Submitted by Keiran, Age 11 from Connecticut Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars I love this
Happy Family and Friends DayI hope that you all are surrounded by family, good friends, great food, and lots of laughter.I'm thankful for so many things this year, but I'm happy that my older dog is healthy again and thankful for the puppy who enter
The author of the mesmerizing Kingkiller Chronicles reveals his favorite books of the year.In 2007, fantasy readers were mesmerized by Patrick Rothfuss's expansive and electrifying debut novel, The Name of the Wind. Rothfuss continued his Kin
Callaghan, Chris. The ChocopocalypseOctober 10th 2017 by Delacorte Press Copy provided by the publisherJennifer Wellington, known as Jelly Welly, lives a pleasant but somewhat constrained life with her parents in Chompton-on-de-Lyte, a Briti
Submitted by Gavin, Age 11 from Connecticut Rating: 5 out of 5 stars I love fiction books about survival at sea, Theodore did a good job on this book.Submitted by Gavin, Age 11 from Connecticut Rating: 5 out of 5 stars I love fiction books about surv
Link to Posts for German Literature MonthJohannes Urzidil on The Reading LifeGermania on The Reading LifeWorks I Have So Far Read for German Literature Month, November, 2017 Youd Have Larvae Too by Nora Wagener, 2016Vertigo by W. G. Sebald, 1990The L
There are at least three Thanksgiving stories in this issue of WILD WEST WEEKLY: "Sonny Tabor's Trail to Thanksgiving" by Paul S. Powers writing as Ward M. Stevens; "Circle J's Thanksgiving Guest" by Ronald Oliphant writing as Cleve Endicott; and "On
Teaming up with PETA’s youth division (peta2) once again, Evanna Lynch hascreateda limited-editionVegan Gift Basket which is launching just in time for Christmas – we’re sure she’d be great friends with Newt Sc
Happy Thanksgiving! Today is my day to give thanks for family and friends. And, I'll start with you, the blog readers who return time after time to read the book reviews or pieces about my travels, and, best of all, to comment and sometimes share wha
Submitted by Madison, Age 12 from New York Rating: 5 out of 5 stars This book is amazing. It is about a girl who has a diary about what happens in her life.Submitted by Madison, Age 12 from New York Rating: 5 out of 5 stars This book is amazing. It i
Nine US comedians, who each perform a different form of comedy and are at varying stages of career fortunes, are invited by legendary Hollywood funnyman, Dustin Walker, to spend a week on a Caribbean island. They are accompanied by a nave event organ
Stanley - ThursdayI was thinking about my childhood recently - of the Fifties and Sixties.  And how fortunate I was to have a loving family, food on the table, and parents who prized education and, of course, books.That sparked memories of t
The third book in Faith Hunter’s amazing Soulwood series, FLAME IN THE DARK, excels at ramping the tension of a mystery while the fascinating protagonist, Nell Ingram, continues to shine. Nell Ingram is an agent with PsyLed, a government ag
Make one character in your story write a poem. Not into lengthy poetry? Write a haiku or limerick just for fun.  You can do it! Posted by Dani GreerFacebook | Twitter | Instagram
Every morning Dad always says, "Thank you for being Emma and Olivia.Thank you for being Jimmy!"It's always good to think about being thankful, and Dad's words inspire Jimmy to comes up with two things to be grateful for right away--his parents (of co
Delirium by Lauren Oliver Paperback: 480 pages Publisher: HarperCollins; Reprint edition (February 7, 2012) Language: English Buy the book: Amazon Lena Haloway is content in her safe, government-managed society. She feels (mostly) relaxed about the f
Why are women just now speaking up?Here's the best answer I've seen:"Were not.  You are just now hearing us."
As part of its 2017 New Talent November celebration, Crime Fiction Lover identifies five women writers it predicts will become much better known over the coming year. Among them are Australias Jane Harper, whose debut novel, The Dry, won this years G
Emily Eden and the openings of books – we muddle our way through episode 48!   First – do send any questions you have for episode 50 to simonthomasoxford[at]gmail.com. We’re quite excited about finding out what
Hello Friends – Just stopping by to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and if you don’t celebrate the holiday, then happy weekend! We won’t be having a big celebration but I’m sure we’ll try to go out
"One of the extraordinary stories of Wilders life is her relationship with her daughter and the ways in which it helps create these classic books.There really isnt any other relationship like it in literary history that I am aware of."For readers who
Crowds of Potter fans welcomed the first ‘Christmas in the Wizarding World’ unique retail experience in Utah this month, where The Shops at South Town recreated a wintry Hogsmeade for visitors to enjoy, complete with wizarding pop
This is a very domestically inclined Week. I have family coming for dinner on Friday, there might be eight of us which is as many chairs as I have, and as it's Shetland family who I don't see nearly enough of, I'm really looking forward to it.In the
Every weekday, we feature a different review on Booklist Online that highlights starred reviews, high-demand titles, and / or titles especially relevant to our current issues spotlight. Weve collected the reviews from November 20 through November 23
Out of the stacks and stacks of cookbooks that crossed the desk and hit the kitchen counter, here's a taste of the twenty we think are the must-haves of 2017.This year we saw favorite cookbook authors return, discovered bright debuts, and enjoyed som
Submitted by Madison, Age 12 from New York Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars This book is good. It is about a girl and a boy and they get in a fight with another kid.Submitted by Madison, Age 12 from New York Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars This book is good. It
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"I think as humans we need to decide which is important to usthe divisions or the sustenance." The post Post-40 Bloomers: Marcie Rendon Creates Mirrors for Native People appeared first on The Millions.The post was produced in partnership withBloom,a
Last month I wrote a post called “Where do my books come from?”, whose title was pretty self-explanatory. And I am curious to explore the ideas within it further, beyond the wheres of my book choices to the whys. That I read Guide
Submitted by Caleb, Age 12 from New York Rating: 5 out of 5 stars It is a great bookSubmitted by Caleb, Age 12 from New York Rating: 5 out of 5 stars It is a great book
by Joe Ballarini First sentence: “‘Hush little baby, don’t say a word.'” Support your local independent bookstore: buy it there! Content: There’s some scary moments, and monsters. It’s in th
Next Year by Ruth Vander Zee and Gary Kelley (9781568462820) A gripping look at the Dust Bowl from the point of view of a child growing up in the 1930s, this picture book combines strong imagery with a poetic prose. The book takes no time …
Cinnamon Toast and the End of the World by Janet E. Cameron Stephen Shulevitz remembers the end of the world. Two o'clock in the morning on a Saturday night, in Riverside, Nova Scotia when he realises he has fallen in love - with exactly the wrong pe
Race to the Bottom of the Sea. Lindsay Eagar. 2017. Candlewick Press. 432 pages. [Source: Review copy] First sentence: The recipe in Fidelia Quail's observation book was for chum, and at eleven years old, she could recite it by heart.Premise/plot: Lo
Fearless Cooking for Crowds Evans 1986 With Thanksgiving nearly here and the rest of the holiday madness kicking into high gear, it is time to break out some recipes for your special holiday meals. Evidently the woman on the cover has been taken over
Submitted by Wyatt, Age 11 from Connecticut Rating: 5 out of 5 stars this is book is great i couldn’t put it down. It was also very sad.Submitted by Wyatt, Age 11 from Connecticut Rating: 5 out of 5 stars this is book is great i couldn&
Links to Posts for German Literature Month Curiously enough, one cannot read a book; one can only reread it. A good reader, a major reader, and active and creative reader is a rereader. Vladimir NabokovPrussia, the ruler of Germany, was always an ene
Title:Before She Ignites Author:Jodi Meadows Publisher: Katherine Tegen Books Format:eBook Publication Date:September 12, 2017 Overall:4.5 out of 5 stars Source:Edelweiss Before Mira Minkoba is the Hopebearer. Since the day she was born, shes been to
The author of Women Who Work and DAUGHTER OF THE PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES shares a reading list filled with advice for balancing a career (and maybe a little bit of chaos) with a fulfilling personal life.To understate the issue, it's be
Submitted by Emi, Age 11 from Connecticut Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars I love the book! so interesting I never would have know about if not for school.Submitted by Emi, Age 11 from Connecticut Rating: 4.5 out of 5 stars I love the book! so interesting
When we meet Annie Boone, shes been shot to pieces in the liquor store in which she works. The place has been wrecked and smashed glass and alcohol fumes are Annies resting place. As the police investigate the murder, they discover that Annie is a wo
For the 12 gifts of Christmas, my true love gave to me:Three statement necklaces, perfect to wear to a partyTurquoise, pretty pinks, and bold blue and grey Two jewelry boxes, one purple and gold and one because I l
I enjoyed the first book in this series, THE LEGEND OF CALEB YORK, which was Max Allan Collins' novelization of an unproduced movie script Mickey Spillane wrote for his friend John Wayne. I think the second book, THE BIG GUNDOWN, by Collins based on
What you are looking for is something edgy. Something from the counterculture. About someone blocking a pipeline throughunceded territory, maybe. From anyone who writes in opposition to power, or writes about people who take chances. The post A Liter