Stuff We Like :: 3.23.17

What intersectional Confederate history can look like, the philosophical punch of Black Panther, science books for kids, and more stuff we like.

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Library Chicken Update :: 3.21.18

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.

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How We Created Our Homeschool's Studio Ghibli Literature Class (Without a Curriculum)

We used Studio Ghibli's film adaptations of beloved children's books for a high school introduction to comparative literature. Here's how we did it — and how you can, too, no curriculum required.

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Library Chicken Update :: 3.7.18

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.

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Reading Challenge Readalouds: Great Epistolary Novels

This week, I am focusing on one of my very favorite things: novels written in letters.

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Library Chicken :: Suzanne and Amy’s Favorite Reads in February

Suzanne and Amy pick their favorite reads of February, including a couple of short story collections, an unexpected dose of chick lit, a cozy British family story, and more.

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Library Chicken Update :: 2.21.18

Even the flu can't keep Suzanne from short stories, bookish memoirs, surprisingly intense popular fiction, and a little Vonnegut.

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