Rachel Rosenberg

Rachel Rosenberg enjoys storytimes, books, movies, travel, cross-stitching and sarcasm. She was published in Chicken Soup for the Teenage Soul 2 at the age of 14, and is therefore kinda the literary equivalent to the little redheaded girl from 1982’s film adaptation of 'Annie'. Find her on Twitter: @LibraryRachelR

Superheroes, Pets and Growing Up: Graphic Novels for Kids

Superheroes, pets, growing up, and so much more. We cover the best graphic novels for kids to get them started reading in this format.

8 Eerie Reads From the Literary Fiction Shelves

While you're perusing the literary fiction shelves, create a haunting atmosphere with these eerie literary fiction titles for Halloween and beyond.

Shippers, Recs and OTPs: A History of Fan Fiction

Are you a fanfic reader or writer? We're taking a look at the history of fanfiction, including common terms, queer fanfic, and popular ships.

11 Rosh Hashanah Books for Children and Babies

Introducing children to Rosh Hashanah books is a great way to help them along the journey of being menschen (Hebrew/Yiddish for good people).

Interview With Terry Blas and Claudia Aguirre of Hotel Dare

We chatted with Terry Blas and Claudia Aguirre, the team behind HOTEL DARE, a fantasy graphic novel about hotels that hide doorways to magical worlds.

The Best Chapter Books for Kids: Engaging with Words

Looking for the best chapter books for kids? Check out this list of your best options for beginning readers up to 4th and 5th graders.

I’m Doing Mostly OK: Graphic Nonfiction About Anxiety

Anxiety is complex and sometimes hard to put into words, but these works of graphic nonfiction about anxiety translate some of its challenges.

Rainbow Book Spines vs Rainbow Bookshelves

Remember Highlights for Children? It’s Now a Series

Highlights for Children, a children's magazine beloved by generations of readers, is newly available as a 26-episode series.

Rad Comics About Amazing Women

Get excited about the spate of released and forthcoming 2019 comics about amazing women, including superheroes, vampire slayers, and girl gangs.