It’s coming up on the one year anniversary of her uncle’s death, and Anna still hasn’t worked through her grief in a healthy way. Joe was more than an uncle to her. He was practically her brother, and he was one of the most enthusiastic supporters of her writing. His death takes away so many things from Anna, but it also helps her recognize some truths about life and herself.
Lirael is a daughter of the Clayr, but she’s never gained the sight like the rest of the adult Clayr. Her assignment as a librarian takes her into rarely traversed places of the Glacier, where she learns her true fate doesn’t involve the sight at all.
Alana and Marko were never meant to end up together. They’re from opposites sides of a bloody, galactic war. They’re sick of all the fighting, though, and they just want to be together and raise their daughter in safety. The worlds they’re from, however, don’t like their relationship or their offspring.
Anda joins a guild of female gamers on an MMORPG called Coarsegold Online. She and one of the guild members start killing off gold farmers to keep the game on even ground. After a short conversation with one of the farmers, Anda realized there’s more behind the scenes of gold farming than she thought. Her unlikely friendship with a boy across the world leads Anda to have some misunderstandings and make some mistakes that cost much more than her Coursegold account and her place in the guild.
This manga adaptation of Jane Austen’s classic novel brings the story to life for those who prefer visual formats. It makes Elizabeth Bennet’s journey more accessible to younger or struggling readers.
In the third volume of Gangsta, we take a step into the past. The second volume left off with a revelation of sorts about the relationship between Nic and Worick. These two guys who just seem like badass have a more complex relationship than that. This volume tells the story of how Nic and Worick met and how their relationship developed into its current dynamic.
I’ve always had a tendency to jump on a certain trend and stick with it for a while. I think that will only increase since I’m planning to make some categorical bibliographies for my school library. I get questions about certain kinds of books all the time, and it makes me what to pull together … Read More »
I was talking with a teacher the other day, and we were discussing student attitudes about assignments and tests. She made a comment about her students always asking why: why do they have to learn this, why do they have to read that? She said that her reaction to these questions is to tell them … Read More »
This is a feature where I share some my current favorite things or obsessions including movies, TV, and music. Pretty much things that aren’t books.
I watched the first episode of Red Band Society, and it looks like it might be a pretty good show. It’s definitely nothing like most of the shows I watch, … Read More »
Leonard Peacock is turning 18, and he’s ready to say goodbye. After living with the torments of a former friend for years, Leonard doesn’t think he can make it another day on this earth. First, he has to say goodbye to the few people who haven’t made him feel like the strangest kid on the planet.
As a first year school librarian, there are bound to be some overwhelming moments and days. I think it’s important to know your strengths and weaknesses. One thing I count as a strength is my desire to stay neat and organized when it comes to my work. I like things in their place. I like … Read More »