This week we left February in the dust with books to look forward to this spring, read a fascinating essay from Kai Cheng Thom on the literary practice of sensitivity reading, contemplated stories of faith, and learned that Netflix is about to serve up a Baby-Sitters Club reboot!
~ We tell you why Lauren B. Davis' The Grimoire of Kensington Market (Wolsak and Wynn) is a fantastic follow-up to Katherine Arden's The Bear and The Nightingale in this
Read This, Then That: Fairytale Edition.
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