Hispanic Heritage Month: Bless Me Ultima

Bless Me, Ultima is an excellent read. Bless Me, Ultima is not my personal favorite by Rudolfo Anaya, but definitely one of his most famous works. If you are interested in Anaya’s work, consider reading a shorter piece called “A Celebration of Grandfathers.”


The Kid Who Wants to Become an Engineer

Sannette Viljoen The Kid Who Wants to Become and Engineer is an informative children’s book about the potential career paths of an engineer. Alvin is on a holiday break from school. His family takes a trip to visit his grandparents, while there Alvin realizes he wants to be an engineer like his grandfather. Alvin’s grandmother […]


Tony Plumb and the Moles of Ellodian

J.M. Smith “All I want is the truth, I want the truth. ‘I’m thirteen,’ he said out loud. Shoppers eyed him and hurried on. ‘I’m thirteen and I have a right to know. I have a right to know. Hey,’ he said to no-one in particular, ‘wouldn’t you want to know if someone said your […]