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Middle Grade Books with Great LGBTQA+ Rep

Something that makes me SO happy is seeing diverse rep in books. It’s so important that books reflect the reality we live in, and it’s especially important for middle grade readers–in such a formative period of their lives–to read books that celebrate diversity. Today I’m starting a sort-of series on my blog, highlighting some of… Continue reading Middle Grade Books with Great LGBTQA+ Rep

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History + mystery + middle grade = my perfect book

It’s no secret that I’m a fan of history. My PhD research is deeply connected with the suffrage campaign and the late 19th/early 20th century. I think I’m probably happiest in the archives. I also think that this love for history was forged in the fictional books I read vociferously as a child. For that… Continue reading History + mystery + middle grade = my perfect book

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REVIEW: The Wells and Wong series by Robin Stevens A.K.A OH MY GOODNESS you’ve got to read these books

I brought the first in this amazing series a couple of weeks ago. I thought I would enjoy it, but it actually blew me away. I read MURDER MOST UNLADYLIKE in one sitting, and just had to get my hands on the next two books in the series. WELLS & WONG #1: MURDER MOST UNLADYLIKE… Continue reading REVIEW: The Wells and Wong series by Robin Stevens A.K.A OH MY GOODNESS you’ve got to read these books