Children’s Books: Young Adult Fantasy Novels That Sweep Readers Away

Old-school haunted mansions, a climate apocalypse, a world where survival depends on falconry, and a girl born with a tunnel through her body.
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Otherworldly: The Best New Fantasy Novels

Amal El-Mohtar looks at four books that immerse readers in richly imagined otherworlds.
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Reconsiderations: ‘Little Women’ Marches On: Fans Celebrate the Novel’s 150th Anniversary

Alcott’s book was that unusual thing, a classic that is also an instant hit. It was also revolutionary then — and even now.
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Essay: What Do Novels About Evil Children Say About Us?

Horror stories about children guilty of murderous misdeeds are perennially popular. Ruth Franklin considers what the genre tells parents about their own fears.
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Books of The Times: Two Classic American Novels About the Madness and Beauty of Race

George S. Schuyler’s “Black No More” and Nella Larsen’s “Passing” have been reissued in time for Black History Month.
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Crime: The Best Crime Novels of 2017

From Attica Locke to Jo Nesbo, Marilyn Stasio looks back at some of her favorite mysteries and thrillers from a year’s worth of crime columns.
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Crime: The Latest in Crime Novels: Bad Mothers, Bad Memories and Bad Sex Toys

Marilyn Stasio’s Crime column shows what happens when a daughter turns in her murderer mother, a town confronts a killing and cold cases unfreeze.
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In Love With Romance Novels, but Not Their Lack of Diversity

The owners of the Ripped Bodice bookstore gathered data about writers’ races, and the results confirmed what many authors and consumers already knew.
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These Young Adult Novels Come With Back Stories: The Authors’ Own

Married parents, one transgender, have created a series, “Changers,” popular with teenagers who feel they were born in the wrong bodies. (Really, Mom!)
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Now She’s Gone And 99 Martinis Uncensored: Two Novels Of Romantic Erotica

Now She’s Gone And 99 Martinis Uncensored: Two Novels Of Romantic Erotica


Love romance and yearning are the watchwords in Kim Corum’s romantica classics Now She’s Gone and 99 Martinis: Uncensored. And now they’re together in one volume. Now She’s Gone “We stared into each other’s eyes getting lost in the lust as we always did. Once we were together nothing else mattered. He did that to me. He made me forget all the bad stuff in my life.” Bruce doesn’t know what happened to his wife Sandy. All he knows is that she disappeared without a trace. Just when he’s about to give up his search he uncovers her journals which give him a closer look at her her past and her secrets. 99 Martinis: Uncensored “It all began with 99 martinis. A joke an ongoing joke an ongoing threat an ongoing dare. It was so stupid embarrassing but we’d do it anyway.” Finding her discarded manuscript Mark falls hard for the author who penned the erotic tale and plots to win her love by posing as an editor. This is a love story of a passionate writer’s ambition a mailroom clerk’s obsession and the novel that brings them together. Now She’s Gone and 99 Martinis: Uncensored two stories of romantic erotica that you won’t want to miss.

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Graphic Novels in Your Media Center

Graphic Novels in Your Media Center


This ultimate guide to collecting and using graphic novels in a school library is written by an elementary librarian who uses graphic novels in her library media center for instruction and to advance pleasure reading. The book contains lesson plans linked to school curricula for all ages, plus a discussion of why graphic novels are useful with certain types of readers, particularly boys and reluctant readers. It features helpful information and lists for collection development-including reviews, reviewing sources, jobbers, Web sites and publisher contact information-and posits reasons to help the librarian defend the use of graphic novels with students.

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Newly Released Books Include Novels by Dominic Smith and Marie NDiaye

New or reissued works by Jane Hamilton, Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni, Max Frisch and Mavis Gallant are also available.
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�Scandalosa!: A Honey Blonde Chica Novel (Honey Blonde Chica Novels)

�Scandalosa!: A Honey Blonde Chica Novel (Honey Blonde Chica Novels)


Evie Gomez finally has it all: a sweet boyfriend, two mejor amigas, and an upcoming sixtee�era that’s the talk of the school. Qu� cool, no? Too bad reality has a way of ruining things. When her grades start to slip, Evie’s parents threaten to cancel her party. The good news? All she has to do is volunteer in the community to raise her grades. The bad news? Since it’s the middle of the semester, the best remaining option is working at the Southern California Horse Reserve. Then again…ranchero life? Charros? Maybe things will work out after all. Or maybe not. Things with boyfriend Alex start to fizzle, party-girl pal Raquel slides down a spiral of boys and booze, Dee Dee — who only recently re-entered Evie’s life — considers moving back to Mexico City, and to top it all off, Evie’s flirting with someone she never expected to like — ranch hand Arturo (even with his que fugly cowboy boots). Things can’t get m�s complicated…can they?
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�Scandalosa!: A Honey Blonde Chica Novel (Honey Blonde Chica Novels)

�Scandalosa!: A Honey Blonde Chica Novel (Honey Blonde Chica Novels)


Evie Gomez finally has it all: a sweet boyfriend, two mejor amigas, and an upcoming sixtee�era that’s the talk of the school. Qu� cool, no? Too bad reality has a way of ruining things. When her grades start to slip, Evie’s parents threaten to cancel her party. The good news? All she has to do is volunteer in the community to raise her grades. The bad news? Since it’s the middle of the semester, the best remaining option is working at the Southern California Horse Reserve. Then again…ranchero life? Charros? Maybe things will work out after all. Or maybe not. Things with boyfriend Alex start to fizzle, party-girl pal Raquel slides down a spiral of boys and booze, Dee Dee — who only recently re-entered Evie’s life — considers moving back to Mexico City, and to top it all off, Evie’s flirting with someone she never expected to like — ranch hand Arturo (even with his que fugly cowboy boots). Things can’t get m�s complicated…can they?
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