Category Archives: Non-fiction

Not Throwing Away My Shot – History books for kids

Look, just because I’ve been incredibly negligent about keeping up with the blog, doesn’t mean I don’t have things to say. Granted, it’s been a while since I’ve read any BSC books, but I’ll try to get back into that … Continue reading

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“Remember your pioneer ancestors,” Or, A Girl from Yamhill

In Beverly Cleary’s first memoir, she covers her life as a child growing up, first in the rural farming town of Yamhill, Oregon, and later in Portland. I’ve had this book on my to-read list for a long time, and … Continue reading

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“My attraction to Mo was become more than brotherly” Or, Growing Up Brady

I’ve mentioned this before, but I was a little bit of a Brady nut when I was a teenager. It may have been my first geek-obsession. I don’t know why – I fully realized that the show was ridiculous and … Continue reading

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