Cool kids make the rules! And sometimes also break the rules. Today in Explorastory we learned which rules we should always follow, which we can […]
If You Haven’t Read It, It’s New to You
How many times have you read about a new book in a newspaper or magazine, heard an author interviewed on the radio or watched a book […]
Too Busy to Read? Read this!
There’s a great little book that is the perfect antidote for those who just can’t seem to make time to read. Smith Magazine, an online literary journal, asked their […]
Here’s a list of books and videos to tide you over till season five of Downton Abbey. Fiction Snobs by Julian Fellowes The Uninvited Guests by Sadie […]
Today we had special guests from the Cuyahoga County/Ohio Farm Bureau visit for Explorastory! Ms. Anita read some great stories about bees and Mr. Dennis […]
Did every creative person go to Oberlin?
In the past month or so, Gary Shteyngart has been on the talk show circuit (even appearing on NPR’s Whad’Ya Know?). He’s been promoting his memoir entitled […]
March of the Penguins
Can you guess what our theme for Explorastory was this week? Here’s a clue. What’s black and white and red all over?…. A penguin with […]
What Came Before The Mortal Instruments
The Infernal Devices Series is a projected three book project set to be a companion prequel to the The Mortal Instruments Series. For list of […]
The Reckoners’ Plot to Kill Steelheart
“Every single person who manifested powers — we call them Epics — turned out to be evil.” David Charleston has devoted his young life to […]
These Are a Few of My Favorite Apps!
OK, fine, I won’t sing about my favorite apps like Julie Andrews in “The Sound of Music”, but I will blog about them! There are so many […]