Between the Bookends: October 2014

It's Halloween season and the GeekMoms have been reading some surreal and spooky books to prepare, as well as our usual varied choices. Check out this month's Bookends for Floridian sci-fi, WWII France, a C. S. ...

Between the Bookends: September 2014

Wondering what the GeekMoms have been reading this month? As the new school year begins, our choices include time travel romance, astronaut biographies, kings' messengers, Irish immigrants, killer cakes, and The Doctor.

Between the Bookends at GeekMom

This month the GeekMoms have run the gamut from new interpretations of Beowulf to a murder mystery in post-Revolutionary War New England. There are graphic novels filled with aliens and wizards, shadowy government ...

Between the Bookends at GeekMom

Once again, the GeekMoms have been reading an incredible variety of books this month. Hear about a drug-filled near-future dystopia, a mouse detective, the "lost journal" of Assassin's Creed's Blackbeard, and an ...

Between the Bookends at GeekMom

This month's Between the Bookends covers comical cats, Lemony Snicket causing despondency yet again, and a story of ordinary hardship in World War I.

Between the Bookends at GeekMom

Between the Bookends returns for 2014 with ghosts in Malaysia, murder and intrigue in Westeros, and a whole lot of My Little Pony!

Between the Bookends at GeekMom

This month the GeekMoms have read an interesting collection of books covering math (from The Simpson's, even), geometry, essays, and garbage.

Between the Bookends at GeekMom

This month, the GeekMoms have tackled both fiction and non-fiction. From vampires and classic Stephen King to historical fiction and novels featuring strong female characters, the selection this month is quite varied!

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This month, the GeekMoms have been captivated by a Kickstarter reward, entranced by classics, and educated about science fiction.

Between the Bookends at GeekMom

This month, the GeekMoms are reading about zombies, Shakespeare, art, gardening, and peculiar children. What's on your bookshelf?