This was supposed to be the Year of the Woman. Instead, 2016 has shaped up to be the Year of Powerful Men and the Women They Demeaned, Harassed or Worse. The charges against Bill Cosby, the fall of Fox’s Roger Ailes and the rise of President-
This is one in a series of monthly reviews of books for young people written by teachers of children’s literature. This month’s reviews are written by Melissa Cain, professor at the University of Findlay. What a world. Contentious
Debuts his 20th novel ‘Two By Two.’
Children’s literature reviewed by Melissa Cain of University of Findlay.
Pirate, the latest entry in the Sam and Remi Fargo series by Clive Cussler, has a new co-author, Robin Burcell, and the end result is the best book to date featuring the married treasure hunters. When Sam and Remi are in San Francisco, Remi learns
‘Scream Queens’ actress finds new thrills writing books for children.
Zero-G about a investigator on a space station in 2050.
Of stories to dine out on, David Cornwell has an abundance. Or should we say John le Carre has? Cornwell’s pen name overshadows the title on the cover of this, his first memoir, The Pigeon Tunnel. The name “John le Carre”
NEW YORK — A new novel from James Patterson has a title that calls for a disclaimer and a spoiler alert: The Murder of Stephen King. “A work of fiction,” readers are assured. “All incidents and dialogue, and all characters
Dvora Meyers’ The End of the Perfect 10: The Making and Breaking of Gymnastics’ Top Score — From Nadia to Now begins, appropriately, with the carefully set scene onto which 14-year-old Romanian wunderkind Nadia Comaneci