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Kids: Spies and Espionage

Greetings! Are your kids interested in talking in code, figuring out puzzles, or spend all their time looking for Waldo? Are you looking for a way to help them hone their spying and espionage skills?

Your mission, should you chose to accept it, is to head over to TPB kids section and check out the following books! 

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Books for Final Girls

The theory of the Final Girl is one of my favorite tropes to follow in horror films, because in a genre regularly looked down upon as schlock for sickos, it is also one of the few that gives women the main role, and has them fight back with a cathartic violence usually not afforded to people experiencing the most harm. The Final Girl follows her instincts, and accepts that no one is coming to her rescue, thus leading her to drive the knife in the killer's heart if necessary. 

Who Wrote it Better?

Have you ever been hunting for a book online (maybe at say and had the search results return with the correct title but absolutely wrong cover? Maybe it’s not even the correct genre. And it definitely is not by the author you expected. Did you misremember the title? Or did you somehow slip into a parallel dimension?

Potential Twilight Zone episode, Mandela effect, or multiverse jump aside–is it possible that another book has exactly the same title as the one you were looking for? Short answer: yes.

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