THE EIGHTH HARRY POTTER STORY. NINETEEN YEARS LATER. READ IT ON JULY 31ST! BASED ON AN ORIGINAL NEW STORY BY J.K. ROWLING, JACK THORNE & JOHN TIFFANY. A NEW PLAY BY JACK THORNE. #CursedChild#HPScriptBook
Meet Thelma the Unicorn! Author Aaron Blabey does an amazing read aloud of his new picture book about an ordinary pony who dreams of being a unicorn, but learns that pretending to be someone else isn't as great as she thinks. Check it out! #TheStoryStartsHere
Gordon Korman fans will want to tune into YTV April 1 at 7:30pm for the premiere of Bruno & Boots: Go Jump in the Pool. We can't wait to watch this adaptation of Gordon's bestselling Macdonald Hall series! Check out the trailer below.
This week's #MiddleGradeMonday read is The Baby-Sitters Club Graphix #4: Claudia and Mean Janine by Ann M. Martin, illustrated by Raina Telgemeier. All four full-colour BSC graphic novels illustrated by Raina Telgemeier are now available! Read an excerpt at http://bit.ly/1nRBVvh and learn more information here: http://bit.ly/1nRBWiM
The life of a fiction lover is tough, but rewarding. We're forced to spend hours upon hours every day not reading, before we can finally pick up our book again and return to Hogwarts or Regency Period England or Mars. We have to make those tough decisions, like do I go to sleep before 2 a.m. or do
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