Here are a bunch of great and buzzy comics with new volumes coming out either this summer or in early fall.
This list highlights a hero for each letter of the alphabet. From Phyla-Vell to Alex Treveny, check out these comic book heroes.
A list of nonfiction books to help you answer questions about the science, history, concept and perception of time, such as The Order of Time by Carlo Rovelli.
Some must-read nonfiction and fiction full-cast audiobooks featuring diverse narrators, such as A People's Future of the United States edited by Victor LaValle.
Add some poetry to your reading with these three incredible YA novels in verse by authors of color!
Find some fun and engaging books that will give kids hours of enjoyment during those long summer days with these rhythmic read alouds for toddlers.
Now that new comics are trickling back into local comic shops, here's a list of the best new comics you can pick up to get you out of that reading slump.
Get to know the grittier side of the South and its stories about crime and the long arm of the law through these Southern noir books.
Enjoy some good feels, budding love, sweet and spicy romance, and your dose of happily ever after with these escapist romance audiobooks.
A Rioter muses on the appeal of desert fantasy stories and talks to Mark Oshiro about their upcoming book, EACH OF US A DESERT.
B-list comics villains are getting the spotlight, but what about lesser known comics heroes? Get to know one such hero known as Hourman.
From the history of design and its impact on what is considered disability to wide-ranging essay collections, dig into true disability stories.
I watched the first season of the Babysitters Club Netflix series and think it's even better than the original books. Here are four reasons why!
Celebrate your own, and a talented writer's, Weird, by curling up with a coffee and one of these great weird genre fiction books.
"Don't join the fight against racism to liberate me and other Black people. Join the fight to liberate yourself."