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Desperately Seeking Cryptids: Roland Smith’s <i>Chupacabra</i>

Children’s Books

Close up illustration of an red-tinted animal-like eye, from the cover of Chupacabra by Roland Smith

Desperately Seeking Cryptids: Roland Smith’s Chupacabra

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An Ideal Introduction to Science Fiction: The Wonderful Flight to the Mushroom Planet

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The Books We Read as Children Always Change Us — Let’s Embrace It

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Good Things Come in Small Packages: The Fabulous Flight by Robert Lawson

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Revisiting The Amazing Adventures of Space Cat!

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’80s Nostalgia Worth Revisiting: Gillian Rubinstein’s Space Demons Trilogy

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The Nature of Imagination in Michael Ende’s The Neverending Story

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Collecting the Plot Coupons in Andre Norton’s Seven Spells to Sunday  

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Andre Norton Tackles Climate Change in Outside

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The Story King: How The Chronicles of Narnia Shapes the Worlds We Create

Cruella de Vil Is the Most Magnificent Villain in Children’s Literature

The Problem(s) of Susan