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Why do some memories, both good and bad, stay with us for years, and ultimately become defining beacons in our childhoods? And how much bearing do our adolescent selves have on the adults we turn out to be? M.O. Walsh’s … Continue reading
I have a terrible confession to make. I am not, nor have I ever been, a member of a book club. I do spend my entire worklife talking about books, recommending books, and reading books, but still, the lack remains. … Continue reading
If your level of excitement and/or motivation to read yet another piece of Internet content falls somewhere between “root canal with no anesthesia” and “run a marathon…in Phoenix…in July…hungover,” well, hopefully what follows here will change your mind. We started … Continue reading
Everyone who works at RoscoeBooks is an adult (I think). However, I spend a lot of my day reading, researching, and recommending children’s literature, from the most bizarre board books to the latest Harry Potter/ Percy Jackson wannabe middle grade … Continue reading
My bookcases are one of my favorites parts of my home. In fact, when I move – my books are the first thing I unpack. I thought this is what everyone does when they move, but according to my friends … Continue reading
It’s something of a joke among booksellers in general, and bookstore owners in particular, that while reading books is a crucial part of this job, most of us have precious little free time in which to actually, you know, read. … Continue reading