Raych Krueger

Raych has so many kids (like, two, but they’re super young, which makes it seem like there are more of them) and this really cuts into her reading time. She’s using her degrees in Early Childhood Education and English Literature to teach the toddler to read to the baby so she can get back to her trashy Victorian sensation novel, or whatever. She’s also teaching her kids to travel and eat broadly, mostly through example (Do As I Do is super important, you guys), and hasn’t gone a year without hopping on a plane since she was a teenager. She recently moved from the Canadian coast to the Canadian prairies, where it gets hella cold, and if not for the internet, she’d surely be dead. Blog: Books I Done Read Twitter: @raychraych

15 Great and Terrible Cookbooks For Kids

Cooking with the children in your life can be fun, trying, creative, messy, exhausting, etc. Here are fifteen cookbooks for kids that succeed and/or fail to varying degrees in this endeavor.

Patriarchal Bullsh*t Begins In The Home

One reader went on a quest for books about manners for her daughters, and what she found is...not great.

Self-Help Audiobooks To Untrash Your 2018

Life comes at you fast, and when is there time for self-improvement? Thank god for self-help audiobooks that make the job easier.

8 Bookish Holiday Traditions to Start this December

A few ideas for new bookish holiday traditions.

8 Short, Fast-Paced Reads You Could Have On Your Library Holds Shelf Tomorrow

Short, quick, older books perfect for a readathon!

Writing Is Like Sex Because…

This is an excellent thing happening on Twitter.

How YA Twitter Took Down a Best-Seller Pretender

The time YA Twitter took down a fake best seller.

Essential Shark Week Reading for Sharklettes

Will no one think of the children?! Well, we did and we're here with some Shark Week reading for the kids.

The 6 Unexpected Things I Found in My Small-Town Library

On the 6 books one reader didn't expect to discover in her conservative, small-town library.

If You Can’t Say Something Nice, Get Off This Hashtag

We could all use a little of this: excellent selections from the #NiceUPaBook hashtag.

Make Your House a Home(stead): Books About Farming Your Yard

Get your homesteading on with these books

I Love You Already: On Teaching My Daughter To Give Me Space

How the children's book I Love You Already is helping a mother teach her daughter to respect her space.

A Galentine’s Day Reading List

Books about female friendships for Galentine's Day!

Social Justice Picture Books!

Books for raising feminist killjoys, unrepentant SJWs, and the nastiest little women.

Book the Halls: Bookish Holiday Decor

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