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Book Review: Toxic Treacle by Echo Freer

There is trouble brewing in dystopia, as Freer creates in this young adult novel a world where normal family relationships are outlawed and women rule the world. Read More »

Book Review: Mighty Mac by Marc Waldman

Targeted for pre-teens, Mighty Mac is a taut and action-packed adventure of a bully-besieged "social reject" who gets a chance to go from zero to hero. Read More »

Book Review: Abarat: Absolute Midnight by Clive Barker

The Abarat books are somewhere between Harry Potter, The Chronicles of Narnia, A Wrinkle in Time, and Alice in Wonderland but told with a gritty honesty. Read More »

Interview with K.S. Krueger, Author of the Traegonia Series

"...don’t give up, there are so many books out there; you will find the one that you will later say pulled you into the world of reading." Read More »

Book Review: Hal Junior: The Secret Signal by Simon Haynes

Full of wacky, innovative fun, Hal Junior is fast adventure with a sci-fi twist that children will love. Read More »

Book Review: The Son Of Neptune by Rick Riordan

Keeping the reader on their toes, Riordan creates short, digestible chapters that make the reader want to keep reading. Read More »

Interview: Elizabeth Parkinson Bellows, Author of Alexander Drake’s Extraordinary Pursuit

"Try to imagine years of daydreaming spilling out through your fingers. Imaginary characters I had been carrying around with me since childhood finally had their place." Read More »

Book review: Aloni Gabriel & Butterfly/Aloni Gabriel & Mariposa by Elena Iglesias

Aloni Gabriel & Butterfly stimulates the imagination and invites self reflection. Read More »

Book Review: The Sixty-Eight Rooms by Marianne Malone and Greg Call

When Jack discovers a mysterious key that allows Ruthie to shrink to five inches tall, the adventure begins. Read More »

Book Review: The Blue Umbrella by Mike Mason

Outlandish characters and wonderful writing make this an unforgettable kids’ fantasy. Read More »