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    It’s Chris Pratt’s birthday on June 21 and all we want to do is sit around and binge Parks and Rec all day. But that would be ignoring his greater canon. (Oh wow just think about Andy Dwyer’s reaction to the phrase “greater canon.” Priceless.) So instead of playing Mouse Rat’s greatest hits until our brains explode, we’re sharing some Chris Pratt-specific book recommendations. Or should we say, book recommendations for our favorite Chris Pratt characters.

  • Incredibles 2 is about to hit the big screen, bringing one of our favorite super-families back to delight a new generation. The original Incredibles introduced fans to this suburban family with a secret — they are all natural superheroes! The super-strong Mr. Incredible and his super-flexible wife Elastigirl team up with their two children, speedster Dash and invisible girl Violet, to take down a supervillain (and leave the incredibly powerful superbaby at home with a sitter). It’s a sweet, funny movie, and one that plays with the idea of family dynamics affecting a superhero mission.

  • In honor of Chris Evan’s birthday, and his iconic role as Captain America, we here at Quirk Books are celebrating some of the goodest boys in fiction.

  • (Image source: Auglaize County Libraries)

    News flash — we love donuts so much that we're celebrating National Donut Day ALL MONTH LONG. If you’re thinking, "But if I eat a donut while reading, I'll get my book/e-reader all sticky and the ants will come!” Don’t worry. We've mastered eating donuts while reading.

    Option 1: Designate one hand for page turning and one hand for donut holding—never switch.

    Option 2: Go the prim and proper way and eat your donut with a fork and knife, a method even a Queen would approve of—or Meghan Markle. Now on to the important stuff: which donut to eat with what book?

  • This Father's Day, treat Dad to a great book. Read on for our staff picks!

  • When last we left the Hundred Acre Games, Winnie-the-Pooh had survived Christopher Robin’s deadly tournament, while Tigger, Roo and other stuffed animals fell in deadly combat. Now, a rebellion has started, all because of the actions of a silly old bear…

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