One reader shares personal stories about how she's finding bookish joy during these dark days of shelter in place and the COVID-19 pandemic.
Curious about all things cozy mysteries? We've got a guide to the world of cozies, featuring a wide range of stories, characters, and sleuthing.
Looking for new reads? Other authors like Janet Evanovich have the same level of humor, hijinks, and familial bonding that she does. Find them here.
There are so many different romance tropes and subgenres as we'll explore here, along with recommended reads for each!
If you’re a fan of any type of reality TV show and want a break from watching TV, then pick up some of these reality TV rom-com books!
From fictional horror stories to recommendations for your next horror read, it's always a good time to listen to these horror fiction podcasts!
One reader returned to a childhood favorite, THE GIRL WITH THE SILVER EYES, re-reading the main character as a metaphor for Autism Spectrum Disorder.
THE SNOWY DAY is the most borrowed item from the NYPL. One reader considers why Ezra Jack Keats' 1962 children's book is beloved by generations.
On the history, popularity, and endurance of one of the longest-running and most successful celebrity book clubs: Oprah's Book Club.
If you’re looking to add some whimsy to your child's collection, consider the following children's books about butterflies, both fiction and nonfiction.
Before you make grabby hands at all the buzzy new books, consider reading more backlist this year. And here's how you can find some older reads.
This list of Black children's books by Black authors are ones which you may want to get for the kiddos in your life (or your own library).
Hopefully one of these cat mystery books catch your interest for a 'purr'fect reading session with a warm blanket and warm beverage.
One reader on their reading goals for 2020. What goals do you have for your reading life this year?
Remembering the work of late romance writer Johanna Lindsey.