Tag: literature

Return to Reading: How to Revive a Love for Books During an Academic Break

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The past four months have been a frenzy of work, school, and extracurriculars, leaving little to no time to enjoy other activities in one’s spare time. At the end of

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The Dangerous Ones | Lauren Blackwood

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Out Now from Wednesday Books; 283 pages Content Warning: Gore, murder, loss, physical abuse, racism, hate crimes, references to sexual abuse, sexual content About the Author: “Lauren Blackwood is a

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The Skull by John Klassen: How Stories Change Over Time

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Different storytellers bring their own interpretations to stories, leading to variations in how they are understood and retold. Each retelling can introduce new layers of meaning, resulting in a rich

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The Best AAPI Characters in YA Literature

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May is upon us once again which means it’s AAPI month! AAPI month honors Asian American and Pacific Islanders and those with AAPI heritage. As a first generation Asian American,

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The Portrayal of Female Characters in YA Fantasy

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Young adult fiction has changed so much throughout the decades. Most attribute the start of YA literature to The Outsiders by S. E. Hinton in the late 1960s, as well

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Interview with Brittany Cavallaro

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About the Interviewee: “Brittany Cavallaro is the New York Times bestselling author of the Charlotte Holmes novels, including A Study in Charlotte and, most recently, A Question of Holmes (HarperCollins/Katherine

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