Maggie Block is a Youth Librarian in the Deep South. When she isn’t reading and over-analyzing youth literature, watching too much online TV, or neglecting her blog and twitter account, she tries to organize in radical collectives dedicated to destroying prisons, capitalism, racism, patriarchy – and other stuff too, probably.
So, you’re old now. One of the side effects of your continual aging is that now you’re like the grown-up in some little kid’s life. And maybe that kid’s life doesn’t revolve around the intense consumer fest that is “the holidays,” but it probably does, and you should probably buy that kid something. And that something should probably be books.