Today's a triple deal: All three books of the books in Philip Pullman's His Dark Materials trilogy are $1.99 (each) today. Dark, subversive, and feminist, Pullman's world-hopping reimagining of Paradise Lost is (in my humble opinion) pure storytelling genius.
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All that short story reading has paid off: Suzanne has the definitive guide to the best short stories for your middle school or high school homeschool (or for your own personal reading list).
Suzanne's winning at Library Chicken with a hodgepodge of novels and nonfiction.
Spooky stories, murder mysteries, and more good stuff keep Suzanne's library card busy this week.
John Midas discovers that his new ability is kind of a curse when everything he touches turns to chocolate.
Suzanne's still reading stacks of short stories, plus a not-as-fascinating-as-you'd-think history of diagramming sentences, some feminist classics, and the occasional novel.
Good versus evil plays out in complicated ways in these YA westerns.
A robot washes up on the shore of deserted island in this Robinson Crusoe-Blade Runner mash-up that's as philosophical as it is charming.
Logic lovers, reluctant readers, and everyone who loves a good puzzle will enjoy these short stories mysteries.
Suzanne continues to push the limits of just how many short story collections one reader can tackle in this week's edition of Library Chicken.
Shelli's son's bird obsession has fueled their homeschool reading list. Here are some of their favorites.