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TATBILB Got A Horror Trailer Treatment That’s Awesome! Critical Linking, November 6

Sponsored by Park Row Books and EVERGREEN TIDINGS FROM THE BAUMGARTNERS by Gretchen Anthony.

Fake Trailer: What if To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before was a horror film?

It’s all fun and games until the fake trailer is so amazing I’m still thinking about it days later. Netflix you now HAVE TO MAKE THIS MOVIE. Them’s the rules!

“There’s no books written by girls from the rez who are aware of how you can go missing, and are aware of family dysfunction, and overcome it in a way where we also have agency and sexuality and desire and humour,” said Mailhot, 35, in a phone interview from her home in West Lafayette, Ind.

“I wanted to write a book for us.”

If you don’t have a lot of time for long interviews here’s a brief, good one with Heart Berries author Terese Marie Mailhot.

I thought I had seen it all until I recently got my hands on a Dwarsligger, a cell phone-sized book format (also called a Flipback) that has been popular in Europe and especially in the Netherlands, where they were introduced about a decade ago. These books are printed horizontally and with a hinged cover, so they can easily be held in one hand. The thin paper prevents the books from feeling clunky. But until this month, American readers couldn’t readily get their hands on Flipbacks. Now, Penguin Young Readers is releasing the first Flipbacks in the U.S. with bestselling young adult author John Green.

Tiny books—yea or nay?

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