Boy’s unusual power makes him the object of political struggle
Jane Fagan | May 27 2016 | comment  
Archie's parents want to have their cake and eat it, too.

New fantasy series shows promise
Jennifer Minicus | May 20 2016 | comment  
A goblin queen learns that humans are her best allies.

What happens to lost socks?
Jennifer Minicus | Dec 18 2015 | comment  
The answer is stranger than you think.

Revenge-seeking ghosts steal ship from museum
Jennifer Minicus | Nov 10 2015 | comment  
Lewis has unexpected roommates.

Boy beats boredom with a balloon
Jennifer Minicus | Oct 21 2015 | comment  
Nothing ever seems to happen in Sebastian's neighborhood.

Man goes to great lengths to gain his love
Jane Fagan | Sep 21 2015 | comment  
Mr. Hopper is a shy, elderly man secretly in love.

The book was better than the movie
Jane Fagan | Jul 15 2015 | comment  
Two movie versions fail to capture Roald Dahl's story.

Everything tastes better on a waffle
Jennifer Minicus | Jul 1 2015 | comment  
Primrose's parents are lost at sea.

Djinni, magic and revenge, part 2
Tim Golden | Feb 27 2015 | comment  
The Bartimaeus Trilogy's middle book.

Groundhog predicts six more weeks of winter
Jennifer Minicus | Feb 9 2015 | comment  
A perfect book for winter reading.

Authors are noticing Reading Matters
Jennifer Minicus | Jan 3 2015 | comment  
Writer honors our request for a sequel.

Optimism and humor
Tim Golden | Nov 10 2014 | comment  
A fixture on school reading lists.

A small man with a big dream
Jennifer Minicus | Oct 14 2014 | comment  
Leroy wants to be a cowboy.

Love thy neighbor -  even when it is difficult
Jane Fagan | Oct 13 2014 | comment  
Unusual neighbors bring adventure to Tilda's dull town.

Crazy like a fox
Jane Fagan | Oct 6 2014 | comment  
A rollicking adventure

The origin of the universe
Jennifer Minicus | Sep 24 2014 | comment  
Bernie has always wanted to create his own universe.

Exiles from Troy discover the New World
Jennifer Minicus | Aug 27 2014 | comment  
Mystery, humor and an endearing young sleuth.

An enduring appeal
Jane Fagan | Aug 25 2014 | comment  
Twenty years ago, Horrid Henry hit the shelves.

There’s no friend like a sister
Tim Golden | Aug 18 2014 | comment  
Another story about the four Conroy girls.

Like a dog and his bone
Jane Fagan | Jul 11 2014 | comment  
A dog whose words are worse than his bite.

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