Kristy Pasquariello

Kristy Pasquariello loves Little Women and Doctor Who with equal fervor. A children’s librarian and former (recovering) archivist, Kristy lives in a tiny town outside of Boston, Massachusetts, with two kids, two cats, one husband and a gazillion books. When she’s not singing the Itsy Bitsy Spider to a group of babies (#bestjobever), Kristy writes reviews for children’s books at the Horn Book Guide and School Library Journal. For a list of book prescriptions, check out her blog at Twitter: @kristysp

Children’s Book Authors and Illustrators Respond to #election2016 with #kidlitsafetypin

The kidlit community responds to the election with a simply act of allyship.

8 Addictive Audiobooks Worth Missing Your Exit For

You're just going to sit in your car until you're done.

6 Must-Read Modern Ghost Stories

Not-to-be-missed ghost stories from modern authors.

Scary, Scarier, Scariest: 13 Terrifying Tales for Middle Grade Readers

Creepy and scary books for middle grade readers, ranked by fear level!

Genre Kryptonite: Women’s Coming of Age Stories in New York City

Excellent books about women finding themselves in NYC

Ten Books to Help Ease the Back to School Blues

Ease the back-to-school anxiety with 10 books for kids of all ages.

Literal Beach Reads for Landlocked Souls

Books that take place at the beach, for those who can't make it this summer.

Picture Books as Meditation: A Reading List

Picture books contain multitudes. Here are seven lovely, meditative selections.

When You’re Too Shy to Talk to Authors

When you're too shy to talk to authors IRL, turn to Twitter!

What to Read if You Love Catastrophe

Books to read if you love Amazon's original series, Catastrophe.