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Library Chicken: Books You Can Be Seen Reading in Public

Library Chicken: Books You Can Be Seen Reading in Public

Suzanne’s recent reads includes a Gothic-ish murder mystery, children’s literature from Isabel Allende, Lizzie Borden, and a few hyped books that just DID NOT do it for our Book Nerd.

Library Chicken: We're Back! And the Best Books of 2019 So Far

Library Chicken: We're Back! And the Best Books of 2019 So Far

Look! Suzanne is back! And she’s got a big list of her favorite 2019 reads so far.

Library Chicken Special Edition: Novellas!

Library Chicken Special Edition: Novellas!

I am here to tell y’all that we are living in a Golden Age of Novellas and if you haven’t yet discovered the awesomeness of these short-but-still-substantial reads you are in for a treat.

Amy’s Library Chicken :: 10.24.18

Amy’s Library Chicken :: 10.24.18

Middle grades screwball comedy, YA Victorian steampunk mysteries, and a little historical fiction were highlights of this week’s reading list.

Amy’s Library Chicken :: 10.7.18

Amy’s Library Chicken :: 10.7.18

This week’s library chicken is heavy on comfort reading, plus a little middle grades horror, some snarky steampunk, and a little YA superhero romance.

Amy's Library Chicken :: 10.1.18

Amy's Library Chicken :: 10.1.18

Lots of literary fan fiction that just didn’t do it for me—but maybe you’ll like it!

Library Chicken Update: 7.5.18

Library Chicken Update: 7.5.18

Suzanne’s on a roll with everything from great but depressing World War I novels, weird fiction, cozy mysteries, and plucky autobiographies.

Library Chicken Update: 6.6.18

Library Chicken Update: 6.6.18

Road trips equal audiobooks and other reading revelations in this week’s catch-up edition of Library Chicken.

Library Chicken Update: 5.16.18

Library Chicken Update: 5.16.18

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.

Library Chicken Update: 4.25.18

Library Chicken Update: 4.25.18

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.

Library Chicken Special Edition: Short Stories for your Spring (and Summer)!

Library Chicken Special Edition: Short Stories for your Spring (and Summer)!

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).

Library Chicken Update: 4.11.18

Library Chicken Update: 4.11.18

Suzanne's winning at Library Chicken with a hodgepodge of novels and nonfiction.

Library Chicken :: 3.28.18

Library Chicken :: 3.28.18

Spooky stories, murder mysteries, and more good stuff keep Suzanne's library card busy this week.

Library Chicken Update :: 3.21.18

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.

Library Chicken Update :: 3.7.18

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.

Library Chicken Update :: 2.21.18

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.

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

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

What made our library-loving hearts happy this month: historical fiction set in East Berlin, Virginia Woolf fan fiction, magic plus Jane Austen plus plucky heroine, a dystopian vision of a world at war, a school for kids who've visited imaginary worlds, and more.