Reddit's new religions

Imogen Russell Williams on children's books that tackle grief and war, “offering distressed adults the calming certainty of a script, and baffled children the reassurance of straightforward answers”; Carl Miller discusses the creation, and squabbling continuation, of Reddit, one of the most popular websites in the world; A. N. Wilson considers the Travellers Club in London, now in its 200th year, where Britain's prime ministers "got stuff done" 


Books

White Feather by Catherine and David MacPhail

The Skylarks’ War by Hilary McKay

An Anty-War Story by Tony Ross

Only One of Me by Lisa Wells and Michelle Robinson (illustrated by Tim Budgen and Catalina Echeverri)

The Afterwards by A. F. Harrold and Emily Gravett

We Are the Nerds: The birth and tumultuous life of Reddit, the internet's culture laboratory by Christine Lagorio-Chafkin

The Travellers Club: A bicentennial history (1819–2019) by John Martin Robinson 


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