Dolly Parton will be reading children's books in a 10-week program called Goodnight with Dolly, part of her Imagination Library.
Looking for a quarantine reading list? Book Riot contributors list the books they're planning to read while they stay home and practice social distancing.
Learn about the best Ann Patchett books, including her backlist, her nonfiction books, and her newest novel, THE DUTCH HOUSE.
The new adaptation of Jane Austen's SANDITON was disappointing, but one viewer and Austen fan wants a second season anyway.
Give your favorite Galentine the perfect literary gift this year with these ideas.
These Rioters chime in on the author biopics they most want to see—and who they want to star in them. Take it away, Hollywood!
Fiction books about climate change for adults, young adults and children are recommended for Book Riot's Read Harder reading challenge.
In honor of the author's birthday, one reader rounds up the best Jane Austen sentences from PRIDE AND PREJUDICE, PERSUASION, EMMA, and more.
Tis the season to eat delicious food and spend all your time reading. These holiday book and snack pairings will give you lots of ideas to create coziness.
Looking to read more Canadian books? Learn about the award-winning Canadian books of 2019, including the Giller Prize winner and more.
Wondering where to get started with Tessa Dare books? This Reading Pathways list of three will tell you which books of hers to read first.
Ever wondered about the Enneagram numbers of Baby-Sitters Club characters? One BSC fan sorts all the characters into their Enneagram personality types.
This list of 20 must-read books set off the beaten path suggests tons of books set in remote locations, including Greenland, an uninhabited island and more.
Fascinated by illness and the history of medicine? This list of 20 must-read books about disease will give you plenty of books to add to your TBR.
Thrillers are having a moment. Twisty, suspenseful stories about mistaken identities, missing girls, unreliable narrators, and domestic bliss that isn’t ...