Spooky Reads for Kids, Teens, and Tweens – October 2022

Activism for All Ages: Social Justice in the CCB Collection – May 2020

Old Stories, New Books – Summer 2019

Sea Creatures and Seafaring: A Storytelling Bibliography – Fall 2018

The Legacy of Mary Shelley and Her Monster 200 Years Later – Summer 2018

Nyet Your Familiar Fairy Tales: A Russian Babayagraphy – February 2016

Write on: Stories about Female Authors – November 2015

Do-Re-Mi: Books You Can Tap Your Feet To – October 2015

Walk and Talk with the Animals: Folktales with Furry, Feathered, and Scaly Friends – October 2015

Inside the Dragon’s Den: Dangerous and Delightful Tails – July 2015

Meta Reads: Self-Aware Reads – July 2015

Sláinte! Folktales and Legends of Ireland – July 2015

May Flowers – May 2015

World War I: What was Once the War to End All Wars – May 2015

Quick Fixes: Short Stories and Poems for the Reading Commitment-Phobe – April 2015

Dinosaur: A Compilation of Prehistoric Publications – April 2015

Tales as Tall as the Trees: Arboreal Stories from Around the World – April 2015

Creepy Covers: Covers That Are Just a Little Uncomfortable – March 2015

Sugar and Spice: Stories to Satisfy Your Sweet Tooth – March 2015

We Need Diverse Covers – February 2015

Spy Tales: True and Fictional Accounts of Espionage – February 2015

Stories and Legends from the Land of the Rising Sun: Stories about Japan or Japanese Culture – December 2014

Burning Brightly: Fiery Titles that Bring the Heat – December 2014

Suffragettes, Artists, and Pilots, Oh My!: Biographies of Women of Action – December 2014

Technology: Dewey 600 – November 2014

Dear Diary: Works of Epistolary Works – November 2014

Boarding School – October 2014

Trickster Tales – October 2014

Are We Alone?: The Alien Invasion into Youth Literature – September 2014

KA-POW!: Stories about Superheroes – September 2014