Saturday, April 20, 2019

Hansel and Gretel With A Twist

"Mapping the Bones," by Jane Yolen, is a historical novel set in 1942 in Poland, and follows Jewish twins, Chaim and Gittel while they...

“Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children” Takes Flight Again

In the fourth and latest installment of Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, A Map of Days, 16 year old Jacob Portman and his...

Alaska: A Great Frontier

"Sweet Home Alaska," by Carole Estby Dagg, is very interesting and describes what it was like to be a pioneer in the 1930s settling...

The Adventurer’s Guide to Dragons (And Why They Keep Biting Me)

“The Adventurer’s Guide to Dragons (and Why They Keep Biting Me)” by Wade Albert White is a fun-filled adventure. Anne (Anvil) and her friends,...

I’m Just No Good at Rhyming: And Other Nonsense for Mischievous Kids and Immature...

Are you dumbfounded by Dickinson? Frazzled by Frost? Or perplexed by Poe? Then you should read the witty, light-hearted poetry book “I’m Just No...

Mirror in the Sky is Out-of-this-World

Tara Krishnan has never felt like she fit in. Growing up Indian in a mostly-white town, she’s always been on the fringe of things....

Author Melanie Crowder writes “Three Pennies

Melanie Crowder is an award winning author that has written books such as “Audacity”, “Parched”, and “A Nearer Moon”. Now comes her new book,...

A Funny Yet Serious Story

At the beginning of Where The Woods End, by Charlotte Salter, the main protagonist of this story named Kestrel could be found hanging upside...

New Novel Builds Off of Old

In "The Strange and Deadly Portraits of Byrony Gray," by E. Latimer, Byrony is a prodigy, and famous throughout London for her amazingly lifelike...

Thirteen Year Old Tackles Thirteenth Curse

The world is full of monsters, ghouls, demons, vampires, etc. Not just this world, but Earth and specifically, a little town just outside of...
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