Am I normal? Best in Youth and Teen Youth and teen materials are always a great source of ALB winners. This year is no exception. Teen collections, particularly can age quickly, and before you know it, it is an
Glamourpuss Because cats in wigs So, 2018 is coming to a close. (Didn’t Summer Reading just finish up?) Holly and I have a few best of lists out for the coming days. We would love you to share your
And now Part 2! Best of lists are compiled by both Mary and Holly under the influence of caffeine, beer, and/or chocolate. Your mileage may vary. Happy Holidays! Mary and Holly
Well, we are finally at the end of 2017. We are still here. We haven’t run out of weird books, and our little dog and pony show still keeps plugging along. Who knew? The ALB disclaimer: Remember, “awfulness” is in
As time runs out on 2016, we include these last few titles to round out our lists of the best of the worst. Think of this list as the “Miss Congeniality” list of ALB’s best of the worst. We had
This is always one of my favorite posts of the year! I have so many favorites this year that it was hard to narrow my list, so Mary and I compared lists and divided the ALB goodness between us. Crafting
This really has been a weird year for just about everyone I know, and not just because of politics and baseball. As 2016 comes to a close, Holly and I endeavor to create a “best of” list for the year.
Today we continue our favorite lists from 2015. These are just books that make me question all sorts of things. Part of me wished I could be a fly on the wall during the editorial meetings with these titles.