Tag Archives: Teen mystery

An Appreciation of Brian Katcher

Brian and I have never met, although we’ve exchanged emails a couple times. Still, we share a profession, that of librarianship. He’s a school librarian, I’m in the public sector. It’s clear from reading his blogging that he cares a … Continue reading

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An Autumn Walk Through Great YA Fiction

Reading descriptions of new books is extremely dangerous, at least for me. I find myself reading well into the morning hours a couple times each week and the siren call of a partially read book when I should be finishing … Continue reading

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Who Said Enabling Wasn’t Fun?

This is my TBR pile, minus four books that arrived in today’s mail as a result of swaps made on Bookmooch.com. I’ve read 88 books this year and the pile continues to grow, aided by trading sites and a growing … Continue reading

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A Lively Quintet for Teen Readers

Serendipity struck at our daughter Sara’s house a while back. Both she and her sister Lisa have discovered that Goodreads is a great way of getting new books to read and review. “Dad, I bet you’d like this one,” she … Continue reading

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