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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The science-fiction/fantasy genre has never been more exciting — or more inclusive. Suzanne examines the new directions of an old favorite and highlights the genre’s new must-reads.
The story of Omakayas continues in this second book in the late elementary/early middle grades series, which focuses on the changes brought about by white settlers in Native American territory.
Suzanne’s on a roll with everything from great but depressing World War I novels, weird fiction, cozy mysteries, and plucky autobiographies.
Looking for something action-packed? Dive into these books that will keep you on the edge of your seat.
New books! Indian mythology, lightning-induced math genius, quirky seaside towns, and more round out this list of new fiction.
Road trips equal audiobooks and other reading revelations in this week’s catch-up edition of Library Chicken.
If you loved reading The Wizard of Oz, these books have similarly magical storylines.
Suzanne’s winning at Library Chicken despite the fact that the book world is full of dark corners and her husband needs to renew his library card already.
Suzanne’s budding obsession with scurvy carries her through some frozen wastelands, plus more short stories, more Woolf-adjacent biographies, and some snarky grammar in this week’s Library Chicken.
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).