Kim Zarins gives us a modern day take on The Canterbury Tales in Sometimes We Tell the Truth.
Posts by Brian Katcher
Brian Katcher wrote his first YA novel when he was down and out in Mexico. He now lives in Missouri with his wonderful wife and daughter. He divides his time between writing and working as a school librarian. Brian still misses the preachy YA books of the eighties.Book ReportThere's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom! Book ReportThere's a Boy in the Girls' Bathroom!
If you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its life believing it is stupid.
A girl ignores her own romantic problems by trying to find a boyfriend for her best friend in Meg & Linus.
"I AM MIGHTY!"
Roland Smith takes us on a frightening journey into the world of the most disturbing of all prepositions: Beneath.
Michelle Knudsen proves that you can write the exact same book twice and call it a sequel, in Revenge of the Evil Librarian.
In the summer of '76, two boys form a friendship born of tragedy and sealed with the promise of excitement, first loves, and alternate uses for mini golf statues. Setting Free the Kites by Alex George.
Two guys. One car. Two-thousand miles. One epic trip. That's The Otto Digmore Difference.
Penelope Bagieu gives us a look at Cass Elliot before she was a Mama.
In Robin Reul's My Kind of Crazy, the sparks really fly. And not just the romantic kind.