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  • P.S. I Still Love You, the long-awaited sequel to 2018’s To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before is finally on Netflix – just in time for us to all swoon over Peter Kavinsky and write fake (totally real) valentines to him. But the fact that we still cannot stop thinking about every delicious moment of this fake-romance-turned-real-relationship movie is really making us wonder. What would happen if Netflix swept up a ton of really excellent YA novels and turned them all into movies? Here are our picks, not that anyone was asking.

  • Sonic the Hedgehog is certainly the fastest hedgehog in popular culture, but could it be that he is also…the loneliest? Sure, Amy Rose is there is waiting for him to realize her charms, and there’s the bro support of Tails and Knuckles, but what if Sonic wants something more? What if Sonic tried the only dating method quick enough for him? How might Sonic speed-date of some of literatures most famous hedgehogs?

  • Netflix’s The Witcher finally proves that it is possible for a live-action adaptation of a video game to be a smash hit, even if uber-fans know that it’s really an adaptation of a book series to start with. Fans are loving the intricate timeline, the incredible swordfights, and of course, Geralt’s wide-ranging vocabulary.

    It’s not just Geralt that fans love, though. The character that may well be the ultimate spotlight-stealer isn’t the powerful Yennefer or the magical Ciri, but the singing sensation that is Jaskier. Originally called Dandelion in the books, Jaskier is the perfect Bard; he’s wandering the realm, creating catchy stories and tunes for money, seducing everyone he can get his hands on, and acting as both narrator and comic relief. So toss a coin to your Witcher, and celebrate all the other pop culture Bards we love, from Gilmore Girls to Harry Potter.

  • Image by WikiImages from Pixabay

    It’s National Inventors Day and we could not be more excited. We have so much love for folks working in STEM fields – and the students who are being total badasses in the classroom. Looking for a book recommendation for the STEM reader in your life? We have you covered!

  • Birds of Prey came out this past weekend and we cannot stop thinking about Margot Robbie. We are sufficiently freaked out by her Harley Quinn role – primarily because she seems to jump right off the pages of a DC comic, but also because she’s a freakin’ supervillain! To celebrate the release of this movie – and the killer last few years Margot Robbie has had at the box office – we’re diving into her resume and turning over every literary role she’s ever played.

  • We're kicking off the week of Valentine's Day with some creepy/cute Bites of Terror valentines perfect for your friends, significant other, or honestly, anyone! What better way to let your loved ones know you'd never throw them in the trash when the compost yard is right next door? Post these sweet treats on your valentine's Facebook wall, send in an Instagram story, or tag/DM on Twitter. The possibilities are endless! Just spread the valentine love like icing and sprinkles on a doughnut. To save, click the image to be taken to the file, and then right click and save!

    Bites of Terror by Liz and Jimmy Reed (Cuddles and Rage) will be available on March 24, 2020.

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