The best children's books for every age, from one year old to 14!
We all love "Hedwig's Theme," but don't limit your Harry Potter playlist to the movie soundtrack! Here are other songs that fit the Hogwarts atmosphere.
"I saw myself reflected in an older relative I loved and respected, and I felt validated in the knowledge that these books appealed to all generations."
Willy Wonka is chaotic neutral, and more D&D alignments of your favorite characters of children's literature.
A reader takes a look at a selection of kid lit to note the prevalence of death in children's fantasy novels and to analyze how death is depicted.
Already seen Hamilton and read the biography twice? Check out these books for musical theater fans!
To Kill a Mockingbird is a foundational American text about racism--but it's time to move on to books that spotlight African American voices and don't lionize white saviors.
Looking for more lesbian romance novels? Check out these five lesbian (and bisexual) romance titles featuring f/f relationships.
A Rioter stirs up reading memories of scenes that have stayed with her from the Young Adult and children's (and sometimes adult) books she read as a kid.
A newbie to Cleveland, Ohio, takes us on a literary tour of the city.
On the absurdity of the artist Yayoi Kusama, and how it compares to Camus' thinking.
When you pack for college, you're going to have to leave some books behind. Here's why one reader decided to take exactly 3 books to campus.
A reader considers her grandfather's habit of starting books in the middle.
Ever wonder why so many of your favorite childhood books are about orphans? Here's why!