Hope can create a machine that can pop a balloon in 89 easy steps. But she can't think of a way to make Brady think of her as anything but Just Another Girl.
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!
What does it mean when the best part of your life happened when you were too young to even remember it?
Peter's Huang's father insists that he be the perfect, macho, heterosexual son. How does Peter explain that he's not any of those things?
Grab your duster, put on your veil and strap on your goggles! We're going on a jolly motor car adventure with The Automobile Girls at Newport, a reprint of Laura Dent Crane's 1910 novel.
So you got on The Wrong Train? Well, let's tell some scary stories while we wait for the next one.
Get out your wipes and watch the adventures of Adrian Monk, everyone's favorite OCD detective for AFY (that's FYA in alphabetical order). You'll thank me later.
Is telling a lie for the greater good the right thing to do or A Very, Very Bad Thing?
Sarah Reyes may not have much power when she's awake, but when she's a Sleeper she's almost a god.
During World War II, Kiska's family and friends were arrested because of their race, had their property confiscated, and were transported to a grim internment camp. But these are not Japanese-Americans we're talking about.
Brian and his daughter Sophie review Laura Elliott's take on the life of the third Schuyler sister, Peggy.