Planning a bookish wedding? Then you will most definitely want to incorporate literary quotes wherever and whenever you can!
Looking for a way to keep the kids occupied and reading this summer? Look no further than this roundup of excellent summer reading programs for kids.
My students love reading. As a teacher, it is one of the few things that I take pride in having helped to develop. They really love reading. They devour novels as if starved for intellectual stimulation, which I suppose they are.
Looking to stock a little feminist’s first library? With these feminist baby books lining their shelves, children will learn from an early age what it means to be little advocates and feminists in big ways.
If your mom is like mine—or like me—they love diving into a good book and enjoy being surrounded by all things literary. Here are the my top five bookish Mother’s Day gift options that every book-loving mom will enjoy!
A reader recounts a powerful, impromptu discussion she shared with a stranger about the impact of reading THE POWER by Naomi Alderman.
So you've read and loved Tayari Jones's An American Marriage? Pick up Dorothy West's The Wedding next.
A parent on the experience of watching her son read with, and write a book for, his younger brother, and the benefits of the process.
One reader on not being a rereader, yet reading the same first novel to begin each year.
Sponsoring a mini-library from Barbershop Books or Imagination Library will impact the literacy rates and school success of countless children.
One reader gives a new mom who misses reading a gift tower of books!
One reader on the importance of Elie Wiesel's NIGHT, and the one time she couldn't bring herself to read it.