Format: Hardcover

The Snow Queen: A Tale in Seven Stories by Hans Christian Andersen

This was such a lovely holiday fairytale I cannot believe I’ve never read it before! It does, obviously, have Christian overtones to it, and I’m guessing Nordic cultural undertones but it’s still so wonderful and relateable. I definitely would love to share this with children. Plus, the illustrations are absolutely

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Wolfsbane and Mistletoe

Our December book for the Roadside Reads Bookcast, Wolfsbane and Mistletoe edited by Charlaine Harris was a wild ride. Not necessarily a great ride, but wild nonetheless. It seems my trouble with anthologies continues as there were more misses than hits in this book. Sure, there were a handful of

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Crap Taxidermy by Kat Su

This was such a fun, little, photo book! Full of images of taxidermy gone wrong, you can’t help but laugh at most of them, and shake her head at a few. The very first image you see is of an overly excited fox that looks like he recently stepped out

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Dead Ever After by Charlaine Harris

** spoiler alert ** Dead Ever After departs a bit from the previous Stackhouse books in a few ways, though remains the same in others. The most prominent way it differs is in the direction Ms. Harris decided to take with her writing style. While the previous 12 books have

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