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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The Book Itch | Vaunda Micheaux Nelson

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Lewis Michaux knew the importance of information, the power of words in catalyzing social change. His lifetime of dedication manifested itself in an urban gem, a home for “common sense”

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Interview with Adam Rex

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When you see the word Rex one immediately imagines a T-rex, but those dangerous creatures are long gone. However, how cool would it be to have the last name Rex?

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Ruby Red | Kerstin Gier

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Even if my grandfather were alive now, he could hardly recognize me when he hadn’t met me yet…Okay, I’d just ring the bell and ask for shelter for the night.

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Jamie Tan: The Life of a Candlewick Press Publicist

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It’s 5:01 PM Eastern Time on a Wednesday and Jamie Tan and her coworkers are eagerly refreshing their browsers, in hopes of finding one of their client’s books on this

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Dinner With Jillian Cantor

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Late in the Fall of 2017, the Pine Reads Review (formerly known as Tucson Tales) staff was lucky enough to have dinner with the award-winning author Jillian Cantor. Her critically

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