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The Art of Invisibility

Weekend Reading

Strange (and creepy) events captured on VHS, a hacker's advice on how to be safe from people like himself, and re-creating the Big Bang in a laboratory are among the books our editors are reading this weekend.

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Taking Flight in Children's Books

This month our spotlight pick for middle school readers, Flying Lessons & Other Stories is a collection of short stories by some of the biggest names in young people's literature. We asked editor Ellen Oh about the inspiration for the book, it's dedication to Walter Dean Myers, and more.

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Feel the Force...is That Felt?

Star Wars is once again on our minds this holiday season, but what to do for the little ones that want to be a part of it all but are too young for the movies?

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Richard Adams (1920 - 2016)

Richard Adams, the author of Watership Down, died on December 24, at the age of 96.

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YA Wednesday: Best Young Adult Books of 2016

2016 was a stellar year in young adult books, here are our editors' picks for the top 20.

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"The Secret Keepers" author, Trenton Lee Stewart

Earlier this year, before we chose it as the number one book for readers age 9-12 and the top pick of kids' books in 2016 overall, we chatted with the author of The Secret Keepers

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The Best Children's Books of 2016

We read and read and then read some more to decide which of the children's books that released this year are our top picks of 2016...

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Companions for Fantastic Beasts

With only days to go before the biggest movie release of the fall, we took a look at a handful of new books about the Harry Potter movies and the upcoming blockbuster film, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

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Books for Little Constituents

With the election only a week away, how about a kids' eye view of America's presidents and the nation's capitol.

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Bill is Back (Thank You Berkeley Breathed)

I'll admit it, I had given up on ever seeing my beloved Opus, Bill the Cat, or Steve Dallas in new strips again. And then Berkeley Breathed came back, bringing laughter, joy, and two new books.

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