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A Long Way Gone; and how lucky we are that we can be children.

This is a great YA novel that I read last year, and I never got around to reviewing it because I was busy moving and such. But if you were on the internet at all during 2012, you’ve heard of

A Long Way Gone; and how lucky we are that we can be children.

This is a great YA novel that I read last year, and I never got around to reviewing it because I was busy moving and such. But if you were on the internet at all during 2012, you’ve heard of

Rash: Satire and Sarcasm.

Rash is a satirical, partially science fiction (in the loosest sense of the term) partially allegorical tale of a future America written by Pete Hautman,  in which kids wear knee and elbow pads to run, cars steer themselves, and problem

Rash: Satire and Sarcasm.

Rash is a satirical, partially science fiction (in the loosest sense of the term) partially allegorical tale of a future America written by Pete Hautman,  in which kids wear knee and elbow pads to run, cars steer themselves, and problem

The Last of the Mohicans was awkward to read.

I am from Seattle, Washington. While we have a great Native American heritage, outside of city names, fifth grade social studies, and different types of salmon, most people where I’m from don’t know shit about Native Americans. Yes, it’s pretty

The Last of the Mohicans was awkward to read.

I am from Seattle, Washington. While we have a great Native American heritage, outside of city names, fifth grade social studies, and different types of salmon, most people where I’m from don’t know shit about Native Americans. Yes, it’s pretty

The Adoration of Jenna Fox, and why sometimes death can be a good thing.

It’s been quite a while since I’ve done a review of a young adult novel or a children’s book, and I figured that today was as good as any. For those of you who read my blog, I recently wrote

The Adoration of Jenna Fox, and why sometimes death can be a good thing.

It’s been quite a while since I’ve done a review of a young adult novel or a children’s book, and I figured that today was as good as any. For those of you who read my blog, I recently wrote

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, and humorous severity.

If you haven’t read The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, by Douglas Adams, you are missing out. It’s a small novel; tiny in fact, but so full of amazingly good juices that it’s impossible to pass up on. Even if

The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, and humorous severity.

If you haven’t read The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy, by Douglas Adams, you are missing out. It’s a small novel; tiny in fact, but so full of amazingly good juices that it’s impossible to pass up on. Even if

Wonderstruck made me want a wonder cabinet.

As far as personal style and aesthetic tastes go; I swing to either wildly overcrowded with tiny figurines, knick knacks, and endless shelves crowded with every kind of book, or I like things to be simple to the point of

Wonderstruck made me want a wonder cabinet.

As far as personal style and aesthetic tastes go; I swing to either wildly overcrowded with tiny figurines, knick knacks, and endless shelves crowded with every kind of book, or I like things to be simple to the point of

Lottie’s Princess Dress: my dream come true.

When I was at the library the other day I had to pick up a couple of picture books and young adult novels, because as all three of you who actually read my blog know, picture books are my safe

Lottie’s Princess Dress: my dream come true.

When I was at the library the other day I had to pick up a couple of picture books and young adult novels, because as all three of you who actually read my blog know, picture books are my safe