Chuck Wendig’s <em>Atlanta Burns</em> Raises Some Eyebrows

Chuck Wendig's latest young adult novel, Atlanta Burns, is causing a bit of a stir around the interwebs.

We Are All <em>The Bad Mother</em>

“I am a bad mother.” It’s a thought that has gone through all of our heads at least once, possibly daily. In the era of picture-perfect Pinterest parenting, the feelings of inadequacy come easily.

<em>Dragons and Hot Sauce</em>: Poems, Cuteness, and an Interview With the Creators

Do you like dragons? Hot sauce? Bigfoot? These guys wrote a bunch of poems about such things; you may need to check it out!

Truly Everlasting: <em>Tuck Everlasting</em>‘s 40th Anniversary

GeekMom celebrates the 40th Anniversary Edition of Tuck Everlasting, an immortal children's classic.

Tea Without Princesses

Tea parties don't have to be about sparkles and lace. Here are some picture books to liven up your tea party for all genders and styles.

Are YOU Ready for the Zombie Apocalypse?

GeekMom Mel takes a look at Roger Ma's new The Zombie Combat Field Guide: A Coloring and Activity Book for Fighting the Living Dead. Your survival may well depend on this book.

Between the Bookends: January 2015

This month's books include a look at the power of introverts, a mystery from J.J. Abrams, and a mysterious circus.

Make Reading Magical With Harry Potter Book Night

Celebrate the magic of Harry Potter with fans worldwide on February 5, 2015!

Upcoming Reading for 2015

'Tis the season for looking at what books will be published in the coming year!

Growing Into Molly Grue

I’ve read The Last Unicorn countless times. Last year, something really odd happened. Reading along, I came to the part where Molly meets the unicorn for the first time, and… well, there was this suspicious ...