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Railsea; Riding the Rails of Imagination.

Gah. Recently (think two months) I moved into a gorgeous centennial home that’s really close to where I work. As in, I can walk to work close. Which is really convenient. But even more so is the fact that I

Railsea; Riding the Rails of Imagination.

Gah. Recently (think two months) I moved into a gorgeous centennial home that’s really close to where I work. As in, I can walk to work close. Which is really convenient. But even more so is the fact that I

Arlene Sardine and the Heroes that have to Die

This has got to be one of my favorite picture books of all time. I love this book. I own this book. My only lamentation is that when I went to a Chris Rashka conference, I didn’t have this book

Arlene Sardine and the Heroes that have to Die

This has got to be one of my favorite picture books of all time. I love this book. I own this book. My only lamentation is that when I went to a Chris Rashka conference, I didn’t have this book

Heart of a Samurai: What makes a hero?

Hey all you folks. I’m sorry about not being the most faithful of bloggers. I apologize for my tardiness and ask for your forgiveness, but once again, I’ve been doing way too much and taken entire mouthfuls when I should’ve

Heart of a Samurai: What makes a hero?

Hey all you folks. I’m sorry about not being the most faithful of bloggers. I apologize for my tardiness and ask for your forgiveness, but once again, I’ve been doing way too much and taken entire mouthfuls when I should’ve

The Fault in our Stars; on human conscience.

It’s not often that I find a book that makes me really and truly cry. In fact, I spent ten pages at least trying very hard to not cry (mainly because I was holding a signed copy of The Fault

The Fault in our Stars; on human conscience.

It’s not often that I find a book that makes me really and truly cry. In fact, I spent ten pages at least trying very hard to not cry (mainly because I was holding a signed copy of The Fault

Wintergirls; eating disorders and my fascination in reading about them.

I have been meaning to do a book review on this YA novel by Laurie Halse Anderson for quite some time. It follows the story of two girls suffering from eating disorders; two matchstick girls frozen in winter time. Lia,

Wintergirls; eating disorders and my fascination in reading about them.

I have been meaning to do a book review on this YA novel by Laurie Halse Anderson for quite some time. It follows the story of two girls suffering from eating disorders; two matchstick girls frozen in winter time. Lia,

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