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September 2016

First Reads Friday: Goldenhand by Garth Nix

It’s been 9 years since the release of Lirael, the fourth book in the Old Kingdom series. Now Garth Nix is back (finally!) with Goldenhand.

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Spooky Reads Volume #2

Pumpkin spice and everything nice.  Halloween season is once again upon us, so it’s time to get into trick-or-treat mood by getting your hands on some Spooky Reads.  Our carefully curated list of Spooky Reads follows after the jump. Continue reading “Spooky Reads Volume #2”

First Reads Friday: Holding Up the Universe by Jennifer Niven

What happens when your birthday is coming up and you lose all track of time as a result?  You get First Reads Friday on a Monday!  Coming out next week, I couldn’t let you miss a  sneak peek of Jennifer Niven’s second novel.

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One To Watch Books: Your Guide to September YA Releases Pt.2

Welcome back! We warned you September was a big month for new YA releases. Here are your September One To Watch Books, Pt.2. Get comfy, we’ve got A LOT book ground to cover.

Harley Quinn Reading 2

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First Reads Friday: Gilt Hollow by Lorie Langdon

Ashton Keller has spent the last four years behind bars for a crime he didn’t commit. He returns to Gilt Hollow to reclaim his good name and Willow, the girl he left behind. But you know that they say, you can never go home again….This tale of murder, mystery and betrayal in a small town will keep you on the edge of your seat.

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A (modern) Academic Reading List

It’s September and students everywhere are heading back to school. As part of the back to school ritual they will undoubtedly be presented with an academic reading list, a list that hasn’t changed much in the past 50 years. While we love classics such as To Kill A Mocking Bird and Catcher in the Rye, we thought we’d offer some contemporary and diverse alternatives.

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