Imaginary Friends

Crenshaw by Katherine Applegate Fifth grade may be too old to have an imaginary friend, but certainly too young to worry about homelessness. Jackson and his family are not strangers to hard times. When Jackson was in second grade, they lived in their minivan for an entire summer. During that summer, Jackson met Crenshaw, a rather large,… More Imaginary Friends

Guest Book Review: At the Existentialist Cafe

Please welcome Laura Stutz, who’s kicking off our Guest Book Reviews! Head to the bottom of this post for more information on submitting a guest review. It’s a Parisian café, in the late 1940’s. The devastating effects of WWII weigh heavily on the minds of two philosophers there, Jean-Paul Sartre and Simone de Beauvoir, as… More Guest Book Review: At the Existentialist Cafe