libraries of the rich and famous part three

A Bookish Coastal U.S. Road Trip: I-95

Bangor to Key West. 13 states. Buckle up, because we've got cemeteries, old buildings, libraries, and bookstores to visit on this road trip!

The Golden Library of the Moscow Tsars That No One Can Find

In the 16th Century, Ivan the Great supposedly built a library unlike any other. Centuries later, we're still looking for it underground.

A Bookish Cross-Country U.S. Road Trip: I-70

Welcome back to our bookish cross-country road trip series! Next up: I-70, from Baltimore to central Utah. Buckle up and let's go!

Summertime Scares: Horror Reads for Summer

Scary reads aren't just for fall! Get your summer scares on with these horror reads full of frightful delights.

School Summer Reading Lists: A Brief and Nerdy History

School summer reading lists originated in the 19th century. Why did they begin and how have they evolved over time? Read on to find out!

Even More Literary Jeopardy To Test Your Bookish Knowledge

Put your bookish knowledge to the test with 140 literary Jeopardy answers, ranging from poetry to chapter titles to beloved authors.

10 Famous Libraries From Movies and TV

While you might not recognize the names of all these famous libraries from movies and TV, you've probably seen them on the screen.

Bookish Exteriors: Libraries That Look Like Books

Love books? How about libraries? These libraries that look like books combine two of every readers' favorite things in bookish architecture.

20 Public Domain Children’s Books

Start reading with 20 public domain children's books from classics to fairy tales to 2021 public domain books that just became available.

50 Must-Read Love Stories

Here's a list of 50 of the best love story books I've come across in my many years of reading, including romance, fantasy, YA, and more.