These witch books for kids will keep the young magic fans in your life entertained long past Halloween night, whether you’re going through picture books like It’s Raining Bats and Frogs by Rebecca Colby and Steven Henry or chapter books like Ghost Squad by Claribel A. Ortega.
Feminist librarians have fought for recognition through the decades: feminist history and women's library history are intertwined.
A look at the role of copaganda in crime books and the ways that different authors have challenged these representations of police.
How has the rise of crowdfunding impacted the world of indie comics? One writer interviews indie comics creators to learn more.
Read and share these children’s books about divorce, including Two Naomis.
These factual and fictional librarians have done the crucial, dangerous work of protecting knowledge and freedom of thought.
These are the best books like Legendborn with Arthurian themes, determined teen girl heroines, or mythical connections to dive into.
Get your pulse going and explore science fictional worlds with sci-fi thrillers, including Future Home of the Living God by Louise Erdrich.
Do you have an ocean-loving young reader in your life? Check out these ocean books for kids, all about the sea and its inhabitants, including Swashby and the Sea by Beth Ferry and Juana Martinez-Neal.
Try these slow sci-fi stories that put more weight on character moments and concepts, giving the reader more time to explore a single part of a strange new world–including The Long Way to a Small, Angry Planet by Becky Chambers.