Weekly Wrap-Up

"The scar had not pained Harry for nineteen years. All was well." —J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows.


Harry Potter. Always. It appears all is not as well as we were led to believe at the end of The Deathly Hallows and we couldn't be happier—trouble means more Harry Potter for our Harry-starved hearts. And of course it's being released tomorrow on his birthday. That J.K., she knows a thing or two about marketing.

We're lovin' Tina Fey and her salty bookaneers: The Pirates of the Care-to-be-Reading.

After our traumatic run-in with the Book Butcher, we're a little suspicious of any ideas for conquering our stacks of books. This, however, seems doable. And more importantly, rational.

November 25th. Best. Day. Ever.

You. For putting up with our tardiness. We promised we'd have a book rating system up and running this week...and well...nada. It's coming. Really.


Tracy and her boys tell us what they thought of The BFG.

Review of our July book club selection: Salt to the Sea.