7.01.2015

On vacation

As is my wont, I'm taking July off from blogging. Think of me fondly, especially from 7/11 through 7/18, when eleven of my favorite high schoolers, three of my favorite adults, and I will be sweating and grunting through a week of hard work with Appalachia Service Project.

www.asphome.org

6.29.2015

The Kidney Hypothetical: Review Haiku

Finding out you're a
dinky-dick jerk a week before
grad kinda sucks.

The Kidney Hypothetical: Or, How to Ruin Your Life in Seven Days by Lisa Yee. Scholastic, 2015, 272 pages.

6.26.2015

ALA bound

I will do my best not to leave my heart here.

http://alaac15.ala.org/


6.24.2015

The Story of Diva and Flea: Review Haiku

Paris and I are
not good friends, but this book makes
me want to live there.

The Story of Diva and Flea by Mo Willems, illustrated by Tony DiTerlizzi. Hyperion, 2015, 80 pages.

6.22.2015

George: Review Haiku

Normalizing a
transgender experience,
thanks to Charlotte's Web.

George by Alex Gino. Scholastic, 2015, 240 pages.

6.19.2015

6.17.2015

Another Day: Review Haiku

A's story, through
Rhiannon's eyes. Lots of rehash,
some new perspectives.

Another Day by David Levithan. Knopf, 2015, 300 pages.