Here's a roundup of books focused on queer women's history, focusing on activism, identity, and intimate and diverse stories.
Get your ancient history on with this starter list of excellent medieval history books encompassing the Middle Ages in the Eastern and Western world.
From segregation to prejudice in the prison system to voter suppression, broaden your perspective with these nonfiction books about social justice.
Explore the lives of others and check off a task of the 2020 Read Harder challenge with one (or more) of these graphic memoirs.
You know about Dracula, but what about the vampire who preceded him? CARMILLA is a woman-centered novella about a female vampire and the woman she seduces.
First, you're going to need some good socks.
It's the day after a holiday, and we're going there.
The 2018 I Love My Librarian Award gives $5000 cash and a trip to New York City to 10 librarians who are doing amazing work.
Small- or large-scale, we've all had to do it. Overcoming obstacles is part of the human experience, and gaining a better understanding of other people's struggles builds empathy and makes the world a better place, so check out these books about people who overcame.
Quotes and highlights from Charles Dickens's Christmas 1843 classic "A Christmas Carol."
GIFs for when you need some writing inspiration or encouragement during National Novel Writing Month (or are just dealing with writer's block!).
What texts caused Martin Luther to break with the Catholic Church and begin the world-changing Protestant Reformation?
A newly-released character sketch of Marian from The Music Man gives us more backstory!
Meet the Women’s National Book Association, created in 1917!