The Scripps National Spelling Bee is a national tradition. But what fascinates us about middle-schoolers spelling?
We're recommending books for the task asking you to read a book with a beloved pet where the pet doesn't die for the Read Harder Challenge.
Prepare your Great Gatsby pastiche, everyone. These books from 1925 are entering the public domain on January 1.
"You’ll feel right at home among our fastidiously maintained gardens and horticulture, bustling local arts scene, and internationally renowned murder rate."
If you love the Great British Baking Show, Queer Eye, and more, we’ve got gentle book pairings, including The Book of Delights by Ross Gay.
Who doesn't love a remote location with a body count? These modern mysteries read like Agatha Christie's classic AND THEN THERE WERE NONE.
Hopeful climate fiction? Yes, really. These novels acknowledge disaster but also our capacity to endure it.
These princesses aren’t waiting for their Prince Charming. Cheer on some kickass heroines and check out these YA fantasy books with feisty princesses, including Descendant of the Crane by Joan He.
Get into the works of Silvia Moreno-Garcia, a prolific and excellent writer of speculative and other fiction like Mexican Gothic.
Here are 8 more elemental fantasy books (a mix of YA and adult) that dabble with the elements for fans of AVATAR: THE LAST AIRBENDER.
There are globe-trotting adventures to be had, even from your living room, with these middle grade international adventure books.
Take a break from reality and let the fantastic come to life with these transportive LGBTQ+ fantasy and sci-fi adventures.
Every few years, the winds of YA fantasy change. Here's one hope for the next trendy It Creature: sirens.