Non-fiction

stop being reasonable: a tortoise lies on its back waving its legs in the airGordon-Smith is a philosopher and reformed debater. Her mind was changed. She says it's time to stop being reasonable because coherent logical argument is futile when money-hungry agent provocateurs

Stop Being Reasonable by Eleanor Gordon-Smith

Gordon-Smith is a philosopher and reformed debater. Her mind was changed. She says it’s time to stop being reasonable because coherent logical argument is futile when money-hungry agent provocateurs

Disabling Characters: Representations of Disability in Young Adult Literature by Patricia A Dunn

Patricia Dunn selected several Young Adult literature texts for discussion in Disabling Characters: Representations of Disability in Young Adult Literature, which focuses on teaching disability …

CBCA Celebrate Story Creators (Children’s and YA literature)

CBCA Celebrate Story Creators (Children’s and YA literature)

By Nalini Haynes It was a chilly Tuesday evening when I first ventured south of Lake Burley Griffin on my own-some, with the minion still …