Former children's librarian, now Ashland Branch Manager. You know, the one with the crazy hair and all the literary tattoos. Totally unabashed reader of genre fiction of all kinds. Knows her audiobooks. Also curates the Oregon Shakespeare Festival Collection! She, her, hers pronouns.
"In their first adult novel, authors Heather Cocks and Jessica Morgan take on a story of romance and rivalries inspired by today's most talked-about royal couple: Will and Kate. "If I'm Cinderella today, I dread who they'll think I am tomorrow. I...
Seventh-grader Zoey Albro focuses on caring for three younger siblings and avoiding rich classmates at school until her fascination with octopuses gets her on the debate team and she begins to speak out.
"There aren't many recent middle grade novels that deal with children living in poverty that aren't also African American titles (and that's a problem on many levels, but not one to be dealt with in a review for this specific book). While the auth..."