Looking to read more diverse memoirs? Here's a list of memoirs, written by authors from all over the world, and all walks of life.
Stay up all night with these perfectly chilling supernatural books for Halloween full of witches, ghosts, vampires, and hauntings.
If you are here af for the discourse and the artists or would like to be, these books like WAP are the ones you should pick up.
Flowers, chocolate and... pranks? Courtships that tend to go pranks first, kissing after. Check out these hilarious prank romance books.
Start conversations about autism, immigration, and trauma with young readers through these UK books featuring diverse characters.
This Comics A-Z deep dive is going back into time. We're talking history, comics style. Let's look at these comics, from First Ladies to Justice.
These books where women take charge feature women taking charge by force, growing into leadership roles, stepping up begrudgingly, and more.
This year’s theme for Filipino American History Month is about activism. Celebrate with these social justice books by Filipinx writers.
It's never too early to appreciate the year in books. Here's a look at the best book covers of 2020.
Straw transformed to gold, a stone of immortality--rough materials become something fantastic in these fantasy books about alchemy.
There are thousands of audiobooks in the public domain, here's a list of titles you probably didn't know you could listen to.
Activism shifts with the times. Take a look at the activism of today and the future with these books about digital activism.
These short stories by Black authors include some of the best Black short stories published, for middle graders, YA readers, and adults.
Looking for tools to help process these unprecedented times? Check out these nonfiction books about the pandemic, structural racism, and more, including The Names of All the Flowers by Melissa Valentine.
These authors cover intersectional issues, present solutions, and share their experiences of sexism in healthcare, research, and the ER in books like Medical Bondage: Race, Gender, and the Origins of American Gynecology by Deirdre Cooper Owens.