Find some recent and older works of fiction, nonfiction, and poetry among these older and instant classics about Indigenous people, including There There by Tommy Orange.
Get to know the National Book Foundation award-winning author Walter Mosley, and his iconic hardboiled detective, Easy Rawlins.
Take a step beyond PRACTICAL MAGIC and get into some magical and evocative Alice Hoffman books with this Reading Pathway.
Get to know, and take inspiration from, some of the leaders of the women's suffrage movement with these biographies about U.S. suffragists.
A summer reading list that highlights American history, including political upheavals and Native American stories, including The Good Lord Bird by James McBride.
Have you ever wondered what motivates parents to call for book bans? One reader considers the logic behind banning books.
Get to know these queer poets who deftly capture the human experience in verse, and add their collections to your Pride TBR.
The books include extraordinary stories by and about radical women who considered themselves to be links in the chain in the battle for social justice.
The power and the beauty of poems by Gwendolyn Brooks has been a constant companion of mine. If you're a new reader of hers, this is where to start.
Pick up a book or more from this list of extraordinary anthologies and poetry books about global migration and the refugee experience.
Take a trip to the historical literary city of Concord, Massachusetts, home of some of the biggest names in American writer history.
One reader considers how great writing accelerates with the perfect pen.
For the past 250 years, Shakespeare has served as inspiration for various types of dance. Get to know the ballet adaptations of Shakespeare.
We know it in our hearts, and studies and commentary on the benefits of leading a literary life continue to confirm that reading is good for us.