March Book Review: Naked

Naked is a collection of essays written by David Sedaris that follow his life from his unconventional childhood in Raleigh, North Carolina through his college years, and closes with the title essay about his week at a nudist colony. It was published in 1997 and is the second of now 10 books that Sedaris has…

Scarred for life: the scariest books from our childhood

It’s Halloween, and all we can think about are all the mild horror YA books that built character, but also shattered our little juvenile souls. We read about possessed dolls, vampire bunnies and teachers, ghouls in basements and dudes hanging from nooses – yeah, totally age-appropriate (thanks, R.L. Stine, for making that a thing?). Read ahead and get…