Interview with Lori Alexander

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Lori Alexander is the author of picture books Backhoe Joe (HarperCollins) and Famously Phoebe (Sterling Children’s), as well as the upcoming chapter book, All in a Drop, a biography of

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On Looking for Alaska’s TV Adaptation – The Gross Misunderstanding of Mental Illness

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Because Pudge romanticizes Alaska, he misunderstands her, and he disregards the parts of her that might not be desirable. I’m talking specifically about her mental illness.

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The Spirit of Cattail Country | Victoria Piontek

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Sparrow needs help that much is certain. After the death of her mother, Aunt Geraldine is threatening to sell the only home that Sparrow has ever known: Dalton House. To

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MGM: Star-Crossed | Barbara Dee

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In Star-Crossed, eighth grade Mattie Monaghan crashes a party she wasn’t invited to disguised as Darth Vader, all to discover her true feelings about a boy. Instead, she discovers she

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On Looking for Alaska’s TV Adaptation – The Dangers of Romanticization

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If you haven’t already heard the news, fans of John Green’s novel, Looking for Alaska, can look forward to an eight-episode mini-series based on the book. But how closely will

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Six of Crows | Leigh Bardugo

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The underbelly of society is personified through Kaz Brekker and his crew of thieves and misfits. When Kaz receives a request from a rich noble to break an inventor out

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