Teen Reading WeekFiesta continues here at SparkLife, and we’re here to recommend books with word counts in the hundreds of thousands of bajillions! Kinda.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, these gorgeously illustrated graphic novels contain absolute oodles of word More →
If it's going to be miserable and cold outside, you may as well look fabulous while trooping around in the slush. These characters do just that, upping their outfit game despite the abysmally low temps. Click through to check out awesome cold weather fashion from some of our More →
In honor of the imminent release of The Maze Runner movie, we invite you to join us for a luxurious, relaxing stay at Camp Glade!
Welcome to the Glade, Greenie! You may feel a little woozy and disoriented right now—perhaps even a sense of soul-crushing ennui—but ... More →
We're going to go out on a limb here and say that Groot is the best humanoid perennial since Treebeard—but honestly, Groot's even better. Treebeard is so Third Age, am I right? Whereas Groot knows how to set up a good joke, impress a kid, ... More →
You know those cop shows, where people look at grainy security footage and go, "Enhance!" and the grainy screen magically focuses to show a license plate or a badge I.D. number or a trace amount of sulphur, letting the sleuths crack the case?
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There's a veritable smorgasbord of new games coming out this fall, and I'm hankering to get these five into my sweater-covered hands. This also means I'm going to have to work on my eating-pumpkin-spiced-goodies-while-button-mashing skills. Who's with me?
Dragon Age: Inquisition (November 18)
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If you're like us and have grown up thinking "board game night" means "oh no, not Monopoly again," you're in for a delightful surprise. In the past ten years, some truly fantastic games have come out that have all kinds of new mechanics. The best ... More →
Since Lois Lowry's blockbuster novel The Giver hit bookshelves in 1993, we've all been on a steady diet of YA authoritarism. Back in the early '90s, YA dystopian lit wasn't really a thing. The Giver was groundbreaking, because it took non-outer-space sci-fi (then mostly More →
MARVEL ON THIS: To celebrate Marvel Day, which is TOMORROW, Barnes & Noble stores will be giving away Marvel goodies ALL DAY (all you have to do is show up!)—while supplies last!
Guardians of the Galaxy hits theaters today, and a second GotG movie has already ... More →
If you're one of the last of your buddies to get licensed up, you know that this is a great big load of no fun at all with a side of begging. You have two options: study for the test, practice, and become yet another car ... More →
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