A look at the role of archives and archivists in preserving the historical record and how the Trump presidency invites new challenges.
When you look at your shelves, do you see a dominant color scheme? Dive into the world of book cover colors and what they may denote.
The earliest documented appearance of the word bookworm, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, is in 1580.
Learn about The Free Black Women's Library celebrating Black women and nonbinary writers, and support their reading room campaign.
Get to know the work and services of libraries for the visually impaired and print disabled people around the world.
The Scripps National Spelling Bee is a national tradition. But what fascinates us about middle-schoolers spelling?
Ever heard the term "ex libris?" Dive into the history of bookplates and how they help collectors track history.
What are the most commonly assigned books in college courses across the USA and what do they say about who is and isn't being seen?
Take a trip to PEYTON PLACE and learn about the legacy and turbulent life of Grace Metalious, author of the controversial classic.
We're taking a look at reading slumps through the lens of neuroscience, considering the science behind cognitive overload, fatigue, and more.