>We finally saw The Kids Are All Right this weekend. I quite liked it, and it has the plot of a YA novel: two teenaged kids of lesbian parents curious about their sperm donor dad seek him out, wreaking entertaining havoc and ultimately begetting a bit of growing up for all concerned. While the story […]
>Rocco Staino reviews Ramona and Beezus and likes what he sees. (Next up: Toad and Frog? Martha and George? Tib?)
>Twihard Elizabeth Law (by day: vice president and publisher of Egmont USA) reviews the latest Twilight movie. It’s all about the hair.
>Or whatever it’s called, Claire reviews it.
>Until I read Time magazine this morning, I hadn’t noticed that the Academy Awards had changed “and the Oscar goes to . . .” to “and the winner is . . . ,” a phrasing not heard on the show since 1989. In our own world, ALSC changed the designation runner up to Honor Book […]
>Claire takes a breather from library school to review the movie.
>The new Magazine is out but I haven’t seen a copy yet–here’s hoping the color looks as good as we wanted! Fanfare, Boston Globe-Horn Book Award speeches, and other selected content can all be linked to from the table of contents posted on the website. I hope everybody had good holidays. Mine were a blur […]