Monthly Archives: June 2016

Life Without Nico

by Andrea Maturana, illustrated by Francisco Javier Olea (Kids Can Press, 2016) If you’ve ever had a very best friend, this scene sums it all up. Looking away from each other, but always to one another. Navigating a trip to the stars. Until a different trip steamrolls in. If a moment can be simultaneously sweet […]

Little Red

by Bethan Woollvin (Peachtree Publishers, 2016) Okay. So this book. Have you seen it? There’s a familiar story at its heart, but this one takes that soul and stretches it into something so subverted, so surprising, and so darn wonderful. Let’s just start with a bang. Those undies! Fierce. Be careful with this one. And […]