Tabletop roleplaying games like D&D are fundamentally about storytelling, and they build literacy skills in players in a variety of ways.
Melissa is one of the most banned and challenged books in recent years. Here's how (and why) you should teach it.
There have been many bookish winners of the MacArthur Genius Grant. Here's a list of some of the most recents ones.
Need to free up some shelf space? Find out where to donate kids' books, and how to figure out which books to donate, in this guide.
These fictional crime sub-genres explore why people risk everything to break the law and keep us asking: Will they get away with it?
The benefits of reading to children extend beyond raising kids who love to read. Explore the scientific benefits for babies and kids!
This fantasy sub-genres primer is a jumping off point for readers and writers seeking to explore this vast genre and all its offshoots.
From handwritten letters and zines to LiveJournal and then TikTok, bookish fandoms continue to reinvent themselves to stay relevant.
How did the midnight release party for big name book releases get started, and is there still room for them in an age of instant downloads?
Should we still study Shakespeare? There isn’t a simple answer, but I think we should.