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Compelling Historical Dramas and Books to Watch and Read Anytime

Posted about 26 days ago by April S

Posted in Culture and Diversity, History and Politics, Movies and Music and Nonfiction | Tagged with biography, ciphers, codebreakers, cryptography, graphic novels, Historical Dramas, LGBT, LGBTQ+, movies, period dramas, pride month, war films and World War II

Engrossing, fascinating, compelling movies and books based on true stories that will completely occupy your mind from start to finish.

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10 Best Books of 2018 for Middle Grade Readers

Posted 7 months ago by Kathryn M

Posted in Fiction, Mysteries and Thrillers, Science Fiction and Fantasy and Teen and Pre-Teens | Tagged with adventure, best books of 2018, Best Books of the Year, books to read, bullying, Coming of Age, family, fantasy, friendship, graphic novels, Grief - Fiction, juvenile fiction, magic, middle grades, mystery, Paranormal Fiction, quests, redemption, schools, social issues, suspense and Young Adult Fiction

We have sifted through some excellent offerings and are pleased to present the best books of 2018 for middle grade readers.

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No Capes Required! Comics Embrace All Literary Genres

Posted about 1 year ago by Juliette H

Posted in eBooks and Audiobooks, Fiction, Science Fiction and Fantasy and Teen and Pre-Teens | Tagged with action, adventure, comic books, dystopias, graphic novels, Horror, Short Stories, Superheroes, westerns and Young Adult Fiction

If you haven’t picked up a comic in a while, one of these titles may be the perfect place to get reacquainted.

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