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Kirkus Reviews Aug 23
7 Imp. blogger Julie Danielson salutes the teachers and librarians gearing up for the new school year.
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 23
Authors David Mitchell and Aleksandar Hemon, who previously worked on the Netflix TV series SENSE8, are co-writing the next MATRIX sequel, due to begin filming next year:
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 23
Terry Southern's dirtiest book, published in 1959, overflows with blood, urine, manure and money. Here's our appreciation of a real counterculture classic, THE MAGIC CHRISTIAN:
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 23
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 23
Leah Price discusses reports of the death of the book (greatly exaggerated) and What We Talk About When We Talk About Books on this week's podcast ◆
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 22
This couldn't be any more fun!
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 22
Out this week! COLOR ME IN by . "In Díaz’ skillful hands, the many aspects of Nevaeh's intersectional identity are woven together so that they are, as in real life, inextricable from each other."
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 21
Alice Hoffman's novel PRACTICAL MAGIC, about two sisters in a family of witches, was made into a much-loved 1998 film starring Sandra Bullock and Nicole Kidman. Now HBO Max has ordered a pilot for a brand-new TV series based on Hoffman's work:
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 21
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 21
English professor and book historian joins us on this week's podcast to discuss reports of the death of the book (greatly exaggerated) and What We Talk About When We Talk About Books ◆
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 21
SF blogger John DeNardo features some offbeat science fiction and fantasy titles you won't want to miss.
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 21
Out this week! THE REVOLUTION OF BIRDIE RANDOLPH by , "an emotionally gripping tale about family and young love."
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 20
Happy to THE FAR AWAY BROTHERS: Two Teenage Immigrants Making a Life in America by , "an exploration of the humanitarian crisis at our southern border."
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 20
Let the wild rumpus begin! The for 2019 is off and running with the announcement of our judges, including and . Next up: We announce the finalists Sept. 17.
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 20
"Not an easy read but an essential one." star for
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 20
Forever YA blogger Stephanie Johnston reviews Shana Silver's scientific thriller, Mind Games.
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 20
"A swift-moving, often surprising account of the dangers that face sailors and nations alike on the lawless tide." star for
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 19
There are many superlative contemporary and inclusive and titles that could have been included on this list. RT:
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 19
On the TV Land show YOUNGER, the character Charles Brooks wrote a coming-of-age novel titled THE MISEDUCATION OF HENRY CANE. Now it's a real-life book—and it's not the first from the show to make the leap:
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Kirkus Reviews Aug 19
Out tomorrow: AS MANY NOWS AS I CAN GET by ! "Lovely, evocative, unadorned writing shines in this smart, poignant story."
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