Monthly Archives: March 2016

My Month of YA: 5 Lessons from my Teenage Brain

  The Holidays may seem years away already, but trust me when I say that your friendly neighborhood retailers are only NOW recovering. That’s why after the craziness of the holidays, I decided to reward myself with a bit of … Continue reading

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Greg Reads… A Doubter’s Almanac, by Ethan Canin

The trope of the troubled genius is a fairly common one, and it’s what Ethan Canin is concerned with in his fascinating, immensely readable new novel A Doubter’s Almanac. But what elevates this above the traditional “troubled genius” story is … Continue reading

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Life Beyond the Magic Tree House: Great Early Readers Hand-Selected by Us!

This blog post has been a long time coming. Perhaps the procrastination comes from the fact that we talk about this topic almost every single day in the bookstore–whether to a bewildered parent who is confused what the difference could … Continue reading

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