Literary doppelgängers: new books that are like old favorites

Literary Doppelgangers

Tinkers, Paul Harding. This is an interview he did with Tinhouse.

Tinkers, Paul Harding. This is an interview he did with Tinhouse.

This is one of my favorite books.  A reviewer says: The author makes sense of the tangled ties among the generations and navigates them with humor and compassion, as she does the themes of racism, mental illness, marriage, and, of course, nature versus nurture.–Susanne Bardelson, Kitsap Regional Library, WA

This is one of my favorite books. A reviewer says: The author makes sense of the tangled ties among the generations and navigates them with humor and compassion, as she does the themes of racism, mental illness, marriage, and, of course, nature versus nurture.–Susanne Bardelson, Kitsap Regional Library, WA

Graduation Gift Ideas

Graduation Gift Ideas

Hi! This year Landon will be graduating grade and Coco will be graduating Pre K and going to Kindergarten in the fall. While I am not ...

Just finished this book by one of my favorite authors. Interesting look at psychology and a distopian future.

Just finished this book by one of my favorite authors. Interesting look at psychology and a distopian future.

New blog post about 5 books you HAVE to check out before the movies make them bigger than ever!! #youngadult #readitbeforeyouseeit

New blog post about 5 books you HAVE to check out before the movies make them bigger than ever!! #youngadult #readitbeforeyouseeit

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