• Anya’s Ghost by Vera Brosgol – review

    Alienation, an unsolved murder, and a ghost who is not-so-friendly are the subject matters of Anya’s Ghost, by the extraordinary author/illustrator Vera Brosgol, for First Second (:01). Anya is like any typical teenager–well, any who are embarrassed by their families, are self-conscious about their bodies, and have a hard time trying to...

  • City of Fire by Laurence Yep – review

    Dragons, sprites, griffins, goddesses, and trolls aren’t what you might usually think of when you try to imagine San Francisco and Hawaii in the year 1941, but those are the sorts of mythical beings who populate them in the two-time Newberry Honor Award-Winning author Laurence Yep’s latest page-turning urban fantasy novel, City...

  • Selena Gomez Talks About Relationship With Justin Bieber

    Selena Gomez gave a recent interview to Seventeen magazine. They talked about her relationship with Justin Bieber, and why they took it public. Here is what Selena had to say. I don’t like hiding. I do like to keep certain things to myself, but at the end of the day, I’m 18,...

  • Dad’s Diaper Bag: 4moms Cleanwater Infant Tub with Digital Thermometer – review

    Everyone likes a nice warm bath, including baby… The 4moms Cleanwater Infant Tub with Digital Thermometer makes bath time enjoyable for the parents, as well.   Product description: The 4moms Cleanwater Infant Tub with Digital Thermometer brings a fresh approach to infant bathing. The unique design enables running faucet water to create a...

  • The Dark Zone by Dom Testa – review

    The Dark Zone is the exciting fourth and much-anticipated book in Dom Testa’s Galahad series. Does it live up to the hype? Is it worth your money to buy it, and time to read it? Does it develop the characters further, to go beyond being a SF novel filled with teen angst...

  • Dad’s Diaper Bag: North American Bear Little Prince Brunette Tan 10″ – review

    As a dad I am always looking to spoil my little girl, and I wanted to get her a safe doll that she sould play with, chew on and drool all over and have it survive, while not putting her safety at risk.  I found the doll of my little girl’s dreams… North...

  • Enter the Zombie by David Lubar – review

    Feed your need, all of you zombies out there! Feast on the conclusion of David Lubar’s famous, always humorous, but sometimes gross series Nathan Abercrombie: Accidental Zombie with the coolest book of the series yet, Enter the Zombie! Why is it the coolest? Because it’s got action, adventure, Nathan and his friends...

  • Dad’s Diaper Bag: Ultralight Hobo Diaper Bag Brown: California Innovations – review

    Being a parent is tough, and knowing what will work and what does not sure does save some money when it comes to raising a baby. I am a proud dad of a little princess, named Olivia Lee. My wife and I have learned quite bit from trial and error, research, and advice from other...

  • Enclave by Ann Aguirre – review

    Your name is Deuce. You are just one loyal member of a small pocket of humanity, living underground like rats in the tunnels and sewers beneath cities that are largely devastated and in ruins. Following orders and rules without question is the only way your enclave of fellow humans has managed to...

  • Alyson Noel – Interview

    I just recently had the pleasure of reading Shimmer by Alyson Noël, a supernatural story that’s a fun and entertaining read which you’ll want to add to your reading lists, if you haven’t done so already! It’s the second novel of her series about Riley Bloom, who is a ghost who assists...

  • Chime by Franny Billingsley – review

    Witches can’t cry. Just ask seventeen-year-old Briony Larkin. She knows this, Briony of the Swampsea and the second sight. But witches aren’t supposed to let anyone know they’re witches; they’re supposed to guard their secrets jealously, and to never reveal themselves for who they really are to anyone. Even if they feel...

  • Shimmer by Alyson Noel – review

    Riley Bloom is 12, with almost her whole existence ahead of her. Except for her 13th birthday, that is, because–well–she’s dead. She’s a Soul Catcher, and though she’s fairly new at it, she’s already helped lead several souls to the Here & Now, the series’ version of an afterlife. Riley is aided...

  • The Woody Woodpecker Show Versus The Ren & Stimpy Show

    Breakdown/Shakedown Wacky, anthropomorphic red-feathered woodpecker, or wacky, anthropomorphic retarded psycho chihuahua and fat, stupid cat–when it comes down to a head-to-head match-up, which wins: Woody Woodpecker or Ren and Stimpy? Cartoon animals have been a hilarious staple of cartoon viewing for over half a century, and everyone has his/her favorites that you...

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