"Since I can remember, my eyes have always grown big at tales of the marvelous."
L. Frank Baum
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Category Archives: Juvenile
One of my favorite retellings of Camelot is The Squire’s Tales series by Gerald Morris. It’s a ten-book series that he recently finished, retelling different Arthurian legends. I admit the quality varies from book to book, but there are truly … Continue reading
I headed to the movies this weekend to see Wreck-It Ralph–and it was adorable! The premise centers around the magical question: what if all the imaginary characters really were alive? What if toys came to life when we weren’t looking, … Continue reading
Things are a little busy around here for NaNoWriMo right now…so I’m opening up my archives and sharing another Classic Review. Right now I have kind of a thing for fairy tales. When I was younger, though, I had a … Continue reading
This month, I’m participating in a read-along of Neil Gaiman’s The Graveyard Book, as part of R.I.P. We’re looking at a few chapters a week, with no specific questions for each post. This week’s discussion is on the last two chapters. … Continue reading