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So Me and Mr. Booker is a book of wavering, hesitant in its sympathies, welcoming readers to find their own allegiances however they please, which is a mark of its confidence, as well as Cory Taylor’s impressive talents. A great review of Cory Taylor’s Me and Mr Booker over at The Rumpus.

Why do children’s books matter?

The Amazon Kindle page is like a high-level, crowd-sourced CliffsNotes, a cheat sheet for America circa 2013, a fount of data about our ambitions, fears, God, and gods. On ‘social reading’ and how we read now.

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