Stuck for reading ideas, and counting the pennies? Here's how to find free baby books, with plenty of choices that still support authors and illustrators.
The UK's Save Our Libraries campaign, spearheaded by librarians and authors, began nearly 10 years ago - but has it achieved its goal of stopping closures?
Check out these fantastic middle school books with happy endings, to share with the middle schooler in your life or to read if you need a cheering boost.
If you're sick of lockdown or are itching for unusual travel, these fantasy destinations will give you ideas for your imaginary holiday plans.
Here are some of our favourite books about whales, for kids and adults like, to take you away to the ocean, wherever you are.
On the importance of prison libraries to people who are incarcerated, and on the policies and backlash against stripping access to library resources.
Readers looking for must-read book series for middle schoolers can find plenty of suggestions for mystery, fantasy, and more.
A look at guidelines to representing suicide and self-harm in fiction, and how and why fiction writers might be able to use these guidelines in their work.
If you're an aspiring writer in need of advice, have a browse through this rundown of creative writing guides, including journals, workbooks, and guides.
A roundup of toxic friendships in fiction, and a look at how books can offer insight on negotiating difficult real-life friendship issues.
One reader with newly-diagnosed OCD looks at how OCD is represented in books, and what more she'd like to see in representations.
Covering classics, recent feminist writing, and fiction and poetry through a feminist lens, these are the best feminist books to get started with.
Try a middle grade book that doesn't take place in the US or UK, including books set in Nigeria, India, Italy, France, China, and Pakistan, for Read Harder.
Whether you're a budding entrepreneur or an old hand in business, this list of Warren Buffett book recommendations will round out your reading list.
"It is a truth universally acknowledged, that a single man in possession of a good fortune, must be in want of a wife." What does it mean?