Margaret Kingsbury

Margaret Kingsbury’s short stories and poems have appeared in Devilfish Review, Pulp Literature, Nonbinary Review, and Expanded Horizons. When she’s not writing BR posts, short stories, poems, novels, ANYTHING—or reading—she’s either chasing her book-eating baby or ogling books in the giant used bookstore she works at (or some other stray job she’s acquired). She and her family live in Nashville, TN and are the proud owners of many, many books. Follow her on Instagram @areaderlymom or @babylibrarians, and follow her kid lit reviews on babylibrarians.com.

Calaveras Come To Life: 10 Children’s Books About El Día De Los Muertos

Munch on some sugar calaveras and celebrate El Día de los Muertos with your child by reading these 10 children's books about El Día de los Muertos.

31 Of The Best Kid’s Book Subscriptions

These 31 kid's book subscriptions take the guesswork out of finding excellent children's books, and come right to your door.

I Opened The Door: On Portals, Fantasy, And My Disability

A disabled reader on seeing herself in fantasy and the appeal of portals in those stories.

50 Must-Read Children’s Books From the Second Half of 2019

From award-winning authors like Grace Lin and Oge Mora to debut authors and illustrators, these 50 diverse children's books are excellent reads.

13 Edgar Allan Poe Read-Alikes For The Smallest Ravens

These 13 children's books for Edgar Allan Poe fans will leave your children a teeny bit scared, but not too scared for bedtime.

13 Folktales From Around The World For Young Readers

Enjoy these 13 folktales from around the world for young readers with your favorite young person.

No Ariels Here: 16 Mermaids From Around The World

Here Are The 2019 Hugo Award Winners

The 2019 Hugo Award winners have been announced.

9 Things I Learned About Parenting From Comic Books

Have a child? Take my advice: read comic books. I've found comic books to be far better parenting guides than actual parenting books. Here are 9 examples.

Reading Pathways: Ursula K. Le Guin

With such a large oevre, it's difficult to know which Ursula K. Le Guin books to start reading first. Here are several suggestions, and what to read next.