I was going to go with the traditional protest song “War” but then thought this Austin Powers clip delivered the anti-war message just as well through humor.
Through research, imagination, and an empathetic prowess Katey Schultz has provided us with glimpses of basic human desires stunted by war. Flashes of [...]
If given the opportunity to speak with Joan Cooney and the other surviving Sesame Street founders, the first question I would ask them is “Do you think it worked?”
Did Sesame Street help the audience of economically disadvantaged kids whose plight was the inspiration for the show? Even though Sesame Street and [...]
Bowling for Soup make suffering painful teen (tween) cliques fun.
Stanford Wong Flunks Big-Time is the fourth Lisa Yee book I’ve read. I was introduced to her writing through a contest at the Rice Daddies blog. Lisa had generously donated five sets of her Bobby Ellis-Chan [...]
I don’t remember the previous volumes well enough so I have to ask is Volume 4 the first time the vampires in American Vampire have a little “color” to them? The book begins [...]
I picked up Fables, Volume 16 from the library, after reading Bill Willingham’s introduction to Mike Carey and Peter Gross’ Unwritten. His heralding the age of the LAF (Literary-, Animal-, Fairy Tale- [...]