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Whatever. Or how junior year became totally F$@KED - S. J. Goslee

“It’s like the apocalypse came, only instead of nuclear bombs and zombies, Mike gets school participation, gay thoughts, and motherfucking cheerleaders.”

 

In a word: Read the thing. 2,035 more words

Contemporary

REVIEW: AFTER THE FALL

After the Fall (How Humpty Dumpty Got Back Up Again) Hardcover – October 3, 2017

by Caldecott Medalist Dan Santat and New York Times–bestselling and award-winning author and illustrator Dan Santat (Author, Illustrator) 119 more words

Books

Magic, madness, and a cow-ostrich romance!

The Emperor’s Ostrich, by Julie Berry, (June 2017, Roaring Brook Press), $16.99, ISBN: 9781596439580

Recommended for readers 8-12

A zany fantasy romp with a dairy maid in search of her lost cow puts readers on the path to an adventure that will introduce them to a self-described romantic hero, a spoiled emperor on the run, and his ostrich, who forms a bond with the runaway cow. 176 more words

Middle Grade

Book review: Three concept books by Laura Vaccaro Seeger

Seeger, Laura Vaccaro. Black? White! Day? Night!: A Book of Opposites. Roaring Brook Press, 2016.  $14.99. ISBN 9781626722545. Unpaged. Ages 2-6. P7Q8.

This brightly colored book goes through pairs of opposites like black/white, night/day, over/under. 245 more words

Book Reviews

Book review: School’s First Day of School, by Adam Rex, pictures by Christian Robinson

Rex, Adam. School’s First Day of School. Pictures by Christian Robinson. Roaring Brook Press, 2016. $17.99. ISBN 9781596439641. 40 pages. Ages preschool-grade 1. P7 Q8… 155 more words

Book Reviews

Book review: Marta! Big & Small, by Jen Arena, illustrated by Angela Dominguez

Arena, Jen. Illustrated by Angela Dominguez. Marta! Big & Small. Roaring Book Press, 2016. $16.99. ISBN 9781626722439. Unp. Ages 2-6. P7Q7

Marta! Big & Small… 170 more words

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