One way to fight racism, anti-semitism, islamophobia, and xenophobia in your backyard is to read books about racism. Consider this your jumping off point.
If you've been bitten by the crafting bug, but don't want to make a run to the store, try these 10 bookish crafts you can do in quarantine.
You've seen them everywhere. But who writes all these self-help books with swear words? Where did they come from? Are they here to stay?
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I can’t speak universally, but I do know that the following self-help books have greatly altered my life for the better in specific and long-lasting ways.
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If you're struggling with whether or not to finish a book, consider these points and make up your mind about when not to DNF.
Take a tour of bookish Iceland and explore Icelandic literary culture boasting the most writers per capita, the most books published per capita, and more.