Strange, dark, and delightful.
All The Light We Cannot See is a book so rich in detail that instead of reading, it felt like I took up residence in the pages.
This is my favorite book of the last few years.
S— says, “avocadies” and “bluebrees,” for avocado and blueberries. She also mimicked me and said, “I know.”
Lifelong learning and professional development go hand-in-hand.
A well-worn path in the fantasy genre, filled with Western legends.
Overall, I enjoyed the books.
Who left the snacks in the sandcrawler?
American Libraries journal turns article into Gale advertisement and the writers want you to know the truth.