P.N. Hinton

Born into a family of readers, P.N. gained a love reading as a sort of herd mentality. This love of reading has remained a life long passion, resulting in an English Degree from The University of Houston in Houston, Texas. She normally reads three to four books at any given time, in the futile Sisyphean hope of whittling down her ever growing to be read pile of no specific genre.

Why is Harriet Still Spying?

Why does HARRIET THE SPY still endure and earn the distinction of a classic of children's literature?

A Definitive Ranking of Goosebumps Covers

Here the most iconic, scariest, and weirdest of the original Goosebumps covers, from the truly terrifying to the frankly puzzling.

5 Books About Biting for Toddlers

With the terrible twos come the terrible biting years. These picture books about biting for toddlers can help them break the habit.

Small Change, Big Impact: Opening Up Digital Library Collections to Non-Residents

Opening up digital library collections to non-residents is a game changer.

Oh, They Were Roommates! A List of Roommate Romances

Roommate romances work so well with other tropes and have so many great possibilities. Come find your next great roommate romance read.

Bundle Up With These Snowed-in Romances

Two people in a secluded location who can’t leave because there’s a blizzard. Whatever shall they do? If it’s a romance novel like One Bed for Christmas by Jackie Lau, they fall in love.

10 of the Best Books About Kwanzaa to Read This Holiday Season

These books about Kwanzaa will help you learn more about the holiday's history and practice, including books for adults and kids.

Why I Took Reading Apps Off My Phone

While it's intuitive for a book lover to have reading apps on their phone, one reader found they were more trouble than they're worth.

LOVE YOU FOREVER…Sweet or Creepy?

Love You Forever is a classic, beloved picture book. But isn't breaking into your adult son's house to watch him sleep a little creepy?

The Rise of Middle Grade and YA Black Horror

A look at the recent rise of middle grade and YA horror novels and how the centering of Black narratives is woven with social commentary.