School’s out for summer, and Suzanne’s reading list just keeps getting bigger.
Suzanne’s recent reads includes a Gothic-ish murder mystery, children’s literature from Isabel Allende, Lizzie Borden, and a few hyped books that just DID NOT do it for our Book Nerd.
I am here to tell y’all that we are living in a Golden Age of Novellas and if you haven’t yet discovered the awesomeness of these short-but-still-substantial reads you are in for a treat.
Middle grades screwball comedy, YA Victorian steampunk mysteries, and a little historical fiction were highlights of this week’s reading list.
Vampire bonding stories, middle grades mysteries, U.S. history, and more in this week’s Library Chicken roundup, brought to you by Amy.
This week’s library chicken is heavy on comfort reading, plus a little middle grades horror, some snarky steampunk, and a little YA superhero romance.
Suzanne’s on a roll with everything from great but depressing World War I novels, weird fiction, cozy mysteries, and plucky autobiographies.
Road trips equal audiobooks and other reading revelations in this week’s catch-up edition of Library Chicken.
Suzanne’s winning at Library Chicken despite the fact that the book world is full of dark corners and her husband needs to renew his library card already.
Suzanne’s budding obsession with scurvy carries her through some frozen wastelands, plus more short stories, more Woolf-adjacent biographies, and some snarky grammar in this week’s Library Chicken.
All that short story reading has paid off: Suzanne has the definitive guide to the best short stories for your middle school or high school homeschool (or for your own personal reading list).
Suzanne's still reading stacks of short stories, plus a not-as-fascinating-as-you'd-think history of diagramming sentences, some feminist classics, and the occasional novel.
Suzanne continues to push the limits of just how many short story collections one reader can tackle in this week's edition of Library Chicken.
Even the flu can't keep Suzanne from short stories, bookish memoirs, surprisingly intense popular fiction, and a little Vonnegut.
What made our library-loving hearts happy this month: historical fiction set in East Berlin, Virginia Woolf fan fiction, magic plus Jane Austen plus plucky heroine, a dystopian vision of a world at war, a school for kids who've visited imaginary worlds, and more.