The book was better than the movie
Two movie versions fail to capture Roald Dahl's story.
Everything tastes better on a waffle
Primrose's parents are lost at sea.
Djinni, magic and revenge, part 2
The Bartimaeus Trilogy's middle book.
Groundhog predicts six more weeks of winter
A perfect book for winter reading.
Authors are noticing Reading Matters
Writer honors our request for a sequel.
Optimism and humor
A fixture on school reading lists.
A small man with a big dream
Leroy wants to be a cowboy.
Love thy neighbor - even when it is difficult
Unusual neighbors bring adventure to Tilda's dull town.
Crazy like a fox
A rollicking adventure
The origin of the universe
Bernie has always wanted to create his own universe.
Exiles from Troy discover the New World
Mystery, humor and an endearing young sleuth.
An enduring appeal
Twenty years ago, Horrid Henry hit the shelves.
There’s no friend like a sister
Another story about the four Conroy girls.
Like a dog and his bone
A dog whose words are worse than his bite.
The worst thing about summer vacation
The dreaded required reading list.
Queens are people too
A day at Buckingham Palace
Happy as a pig in mud
Anyone who has owned a pig knows this amusing animal lends itself to a story or two.
Beloved series rereleased
Flat Stanley turns 50.
Best seller presents heavy topics with optimism
Author with Guinness World Record for highest number of consecutive best-selling adult novels writes worthwhile children's book.
How big is your treehouse?
Creativity trumps TV
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