Classic children’s book elicits ambivalent reaction
Should reviewers ignore personal taste?
Tragedy at sea leads to mystery and suspense
At age fifteen, Adam must take control of his family's business in 17th century Amsterdam.
Life is nothing but a board game
A cross between science fiction and fantasy.
The New York Times compared this book to the Narnia series
No lion, no wardrobe and no allegory.
The imagination provides a convenient means of transportation
Delightful picture books for children ages 4-8.
Parents lose boy overseas
Peter makes the most of a tough situation.
A young elf proves that compassion is stronger than any weapon.
Boy travels through time to find parents
Inoffensive but uninspiring.
Thirteen-year-old girl turns mutineer.
Djinni, magic and revenge, part 2
The Bartimaeus Trilogy's middle book.
Never trust a dictator
Not even a "benevolent" one.
Authors are noticing Reading Matters
Writer honors our request for a sequel.
Beloved author continues to enchant young readers
Imaginative characters never go out of style.
See it before you read it
One of those rare occasions when the movie could be better than the book.
Crazy like a fox
A rollicking adventure
Master of disguises
Max's reputation for solving mysteries grows.
Imaginative book for mature readers to be released this month
A story of quest and fantasy.
Adventure and allegory
Aidan finds mysterious scrolls in his grandfather's basement.
Got a problem?
Max has the solution.
Britain bans use of technology
Will they survive?
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