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Quiz: How Many of These Opening Lines From YA Books Can You Identify?

How well do you know the opening lines from YA books of the last decade? Take this quiz to test your YA knowledge!

Drive My Car: 20 Must-Read Road Trip Books

Road trip books provide the perfect backdrop for character development, unexpected adventures, and scenic settings. Here are some of the best, including All My Mother’s Lovers by Ilana Masad.

That Time Isabel Allende Got Fired for (Re)Writing Feminist Characters

Let me tell you about the time Allende was fired for rewriting the characters and endings of the stories she translated —without approval.

Books to Read for Jewish American Heritage Month

The books showcase Jewish Americans, highlight our diversity, explore aspects of our culture, and are snapshots of Jewish life in America, including People Love Dead Jews: Reports From a Haunted Present by Dara Horn.

How and What to Read During Mental Health Challenges

Here are some ideas about what kind of books to read during mental health challenges to help you keep reading through the darkness. 

Kindle Oasis vs. Paperwhite: Which Is Better For You?

Debating between a Kindle Oasis vs. Paperwhite? Let's take a look at which one might be better for your needs.

Will the Real Bird Lady Please Stand Up?: A Brief History of Mother Goose Nursery Rhymes

What is the true story of Mother Goose? Is she a bird? Is she an older lady? Unraveling the mythology around the storyteller.

Is BookTok Changing the Way We Talk About Books?

A look at how TikTok and BookTok does--and doesn't--influence how we talk about books.

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