Now, Slog’s Dad is not a new one. David Almond published it as a short story in a book called So What Kept You? and […]
“The British Empire has always encountered difficulty in distinguishing between its heroes and its monsters.” Alan Moore brings together several of Victorian England’s most popular […]
Illustrated with vintage postcards that beg for a backstory, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (by Ransom Riggs) starts off as a typical teen novel […]
“In fact, the books seemed to belong to many different libraries. I wondered if Mr. Openshaw was running around stealing books from all these places […]
Harry Potter is J. K. Rowling’s beloved young wizard who grew up ignorant of his magical heritage until one day . . .
Ahoy mateys! Today, September 19th, is International Talk Like a Pirate Day. Inspired by the satisfaction one gets from a well-throated “YAAAARRRRR”, today is celebrated […]
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