The actor, woodworker, musician and author, most recently, of “Gumption: Relighting the Torch of Freedom With America’s Gutsiest Troublemakers” reads for solace during air turbulence.
In this young adult novel, a boy with agoraphobia becomes a draw for a girl who plans to write her college essay about him.
In two new books, children live happily without parents in a car, and a boy uses science to see the magic around him.
A tale of two teenagers from the conqueror and conquered classes hints at real-world dynamics.
Readers respond to recent reviews of Charles Bock’s “Alice & Oliver,” Stevie Smith’s poems and more.