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  • Podcast Launch

    History is Lit series. Exploring the history of the science fiction genre.

  • On Horror

    History is Lit series. Exploring the history of the horror genre. (guest post)

  • On Science Fiction (Part II)

    History is Lit series. Exploring the history of the science fiction genre.

  • On Science Fiction (Part I)

    History is Lit series. Exploring the history of Science Fiction.

  • On Herman Melville & Moby Dick

    History is Lit series. Remembering Herman Melville and Moby Dick.

  • On Anne Frank

    History is Lit series. Remembering Anne Frank.

  • On Frederic G. Melcher

    History is Lit series. We celebrate the man behind the Newbery prize, the Caldecott medal, and Children's Book Week, Frederic G. Melcher!

  • On Harper Lee

    History is Lit series. Harper Lee and my Grandmother, my Grandmother and Harper Lee

  • On The Amazing Spider-Man

    History is Lit series. On June 5, 1962, Stan Lee & Steve Ditko introduced Peter Parker and Spider-Man to the world.

  • On Peter Pan

    History is Lit series. On May 9, 1860, author J. M. Barrie was born. Let's celebrate his most famous work, Peter Pan!

  • On Beverly Cleary

    History is Lit series. In April 1916, the funny and iconic Beverly Cleary was born. Let's find joy in what makes our siblings and loved ones unique!

  • On Ole Kirk Christiansen & The LEGO® Legacy

    History is Lit series. On April 7, 1891, carpenter and toy maker, Ole Kirk Christiansen was born. Let's celebrate creativity with LEGO!

  • On Lois Lowry

    History is Lit series. On March 11, 1916, author and illustrator, Ezra Jack Keats was born. Let's celebrate the revolutionary!

  • On Ezra Jack Keats

    History is Lit series. On March 11, 1916, author and illustrator, Ezra Jack Keats was born. Let's celebrate the revolutionary!

  • History is Lit: Anne Bonny, Pirate Queen

    History is Lit series. On March 8, 1702 Anne Bonny, lady pirate, was born. Let's celebrate the daring!

  • History is Lit: The Power of a Teacher

    History is Lit series. On March 3, 1887 Ms. Sullivan started working with Helen Keller. Let's celebrate a great teacher!

  • History is Lit: Grimm’s Fairy Tales

    History is Lit series. Join us in exploring literary history, book lore, ancient storytelling, and any place where stories and yesteryear meet.


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