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The Wild Book

by Claire Foster

This is a beautifully written ode to the inherent magic of books and reading. Books are portals to other worlds. In "The Wild Book", a young boy learns about the power of stories when he explores his uncle’s enchanted library of... Read More

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She Said Destroy

by Aimee Jodoin

Bulkin’s enormous imagination is on full display here: trippy, nightmarish, and unforgettable. Nadia Bulkin’s thirteen stories are as diverse in their themes as they are in their settings, yet they piece together excellently to... Read More

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The Forgotten Beasts of Eld

by Hannah Hohman

Quiet, magical spaces and kingdoms in turmoil intersect, making for a wondrous reading experience. "The Forgotten Beasts of Eld" is a lyrically written, intricate fantasy focused on one woman’s life and loves. Sybel is a wizard, secure... Read More

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Ludlow Lost

by Catherine Thureson

Ludlow is a bright young man who, on his eleventh birthday, is kidnapped by a fairy. He is taken aboard a ship called the Anathema, which is captained by a screaming banshee named Morag and crewed by smelly, and very forgetful, goblins.... Read More

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