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Brown Bombers? What Readers Expect, and What Viewers Get

This week, the comics publisher Abrams withdrew plans to publish a graphic version of a short story by Jack Gantos, “A Suicide Bomber Sits in the Library.”  The story was originally published in 2016 by Walker Books, in a collection entitled… 1,147 more words

Children's Literature

Coming Soon - Crossfire by Malorie Blackman

In September this year Penguin Random House announced the news that Malorie Blackman is continuing her Noughts and Crosses series with a fifth book titled Crossfire. 116 more words

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Why I Can't Wait for BBC's Noughts and Crosses

Noughts and Crosses is being adapted by the BBC. This should’ve happened years ago, but I won’t complain – more than I already have. Written by Malorie Blackman, this YA dystopian tale came to my awareness during World Book Day (I was 13 or 14), when… 554 more words

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Books I'm Thankful For

Top Ten Tuesday is a weekly feature once hosted by The Broke and the Bookish, but has now moved to That Artsy Reader Girl! Each week, a new topic is put into place and bloggers share their top ten (or your own amount) accordingly. 787 more words

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VIE-CAPS: Rosa; Arachnids In The UK; and The Tsuranga Conundrum

This series of Doctor Who has been nothing if not a long, strange trip.

Based on my informal research – okay, hours logged onto Twitter – one thing is clear: you can actually smell what The Chibs is cookin’, or you want to dig out your eyes with tiny plastic forks. 422 more words

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Doctor Who Discussion – Please Don't Screw This Up (Rosa)

Jaden C. Kilmer and J.A. Prentice discuss “Rosa.” Contains spoilers.

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Rosa [podcast]

The Doctor, Yas, Ryan and Graham arrive in Montgomery, Alabama in 1955, where they must keep history on track for Rosa Parks.

My co-host for this episode is Jason Miller ( 80 more words

Doctor Who