Surf's up with this year's roundup of summer 2020 YA paperbacks, perfect for taking with you wherever you are -- or aren't -- going.
We are going to be wearing masks, so might as well pick something that'll make wearing them a little bit easier.
Celebrate the Bard all year long with these Shakespeare cross stitch patterns.
Conservative, pro-family white men on an Alaska school board pull books from upper-level elective English classrooms.
Men are rich and strong. Women are golden-haired and married. A look at gender disparity in top-selling fiction.
Librarians face challenges, dangerous work conditions, and layoffs, as decisions made in response to COVID-19 expose cracks in leadership and funding.
For poetry lovers and nature lovers, some of the best Mary Oliver prints featuring her words with beautiful nature images.
2020 YA book titles that'll get stuck in your head.
PEN America, ALA, and other advocate groups for First Amendment rights demand fees for prison tablets--a vital tool for accessing information--be dropped.
50 amazing animal bookmarks to hold your place between reading sessions.
Spring cleaning your books just got a whole lot easier with this handy guide and checklist for your physical and digital reading life.
While white men dominate the discussion of favorite books on reddit, is that a reflection of the general population's reading tastes or something bigger?
Keep your books pristine while keeping tabs on your favorite lines and pages with these book darts and page markers.
Your guide to all things spring 2020 YA books. We guarantee you'll find a book or two to love.
Why BODY TALK is more relevant than ever: a look a the cover and description of BODY TALK, the third anthology edited by Kelly Jensen.