The British Books Challenge is a great way to read and review authors from Britain and have a chance to win prizes and discuss great books with new people.
Literary games that will spruce up your book club or teen program in a public or school library. Charades, basketball games and more are listed.
School Libraries Matter is a growing hashtag on social media surrounding the drastic removal of qualified school librarians from the UK.
What to read after you've read the Harry Potter series. A look at several young adult books that will keep readers going for a long time.
A tutorial on how to make your own comic book bookmarks using old or discarded comic books, some string, and some adhesive cardstock,
Smart, funny and lovable dogs to read about in memory of dogs you've lost.
A high school librarian shares the 15 books his kids won't stop recommending to each other.
Dave's Comics in Brighton UK is a unique comic book shop filled with toys, games, posters, back issue comics and of course graphic novels.
That time when someone stole the majority of my Calvin and Hobbes from my bookshelf. I reflect on what the books have taught me over the years.
A Mystery Skype is played by having two groups asking yes or no question of each other in order to ascertain where in the world each other are.
An interview with Beth Garrod, author of Super Awkward and the recently published Truly Madly Awkward, books about surviving teen life.
Starting a teen book club can be daunting. Here are some tips for starting one that will hopefully make the process a little easier.
Crooked Timber Books in Digby, Nova Scotia Canada is a beautiful bookshop overlooking a serene harbour. Filled with great books, it's not to be missed.
Places around the UK that are ideal for taking photos of the books you are currently reading are highlighted and discussed.
Hosting a high school book award puts you in touch with great authors, lets you meet new students and teachers, and helps create a buzz around reading.