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Alternative history is a fascinating genre of literature. Here's AbeBooks listing of what it claims are the best in the field. These books could be a sneaky way of interesting a reluctant student in history... or a different way of approaching the study of a specific historical period/event.
New York Times (blog)Graphic Books Best Sellers: Six New Arrivals on the Manga ListNew York Times (blog)Our manga best-seller list has six new entries this week. They tell stories about life, death, dreams — and high school.
Bitterblue by Kristin Cashore My rating: 5 of 5 stars I really enjoyed Kristin Cashore's third book in the – well, I'm not sure exactly what to call it. Realm Trilogy? I don't know. Regardless, it was good!
"SpineOut" is a new exciting online magazine for teens/young adults, brought to you by the team behind the Good Reading magazine. It’s a special place for young people to express their ideas and thoughts about what they're reading and to share their creativity in words, art, film or music.
George R.R. Martin's A Dance With Dragons was everything we'd hoped it would be — but now we can't wait to read the next book, The Winds of Winter. So, if you've loved "A Song of Ice and Fire" and you don't think you can survive the inevitably long wait for the next installment - here are some suggestions for things to read next. Warning: Patrick Rothfuss is still working on book 3 of his trilogy, and Brandon Sanderson hasn't finised Book 2 of the Way of Kings... but it's still worth reading the books that have been written.
The Infects by Sean Beaudoin (Advanced Reader Copy AND Galley) Release Date: September 25, 2012 Genre: Fiction, young adult, zombies, horror, dark humor, Chewy Chicken is people! Chewy Chicken is people!
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