Authors are pushing back against The Internet Archive's "National Emergency Library" for infringing on their copyright.
Bookselling giant Barnes & Noble began laying off employees this week as over 400 stores closed due to COVID-19 shelter-in-place orders.
Find and participate in existing opportunities in your community in the future, or borrow these ideas to create your own community reading programs.
New research suggests there might be a connection between reading YA books and increased empathy and integrity.
Take a look at the well-known literacy program built by a country legend. Explore the history, legacy, and issues of Dolly Parton's Imagination Library.
Breaking down the many reasons why library staff should not have to report to work as we work to stop the spread of COVID-19 on a global level.
Minnesota House Republicans threaten to slash funding to public libraries hosting Drag Queen Story Time.
The Ripped Bodice, the United States’s first romance-dedicated bookstore, has announced their fourth annual report on the State of Racial Diversity in Romance Publishing.
One reader on making big life changes, including changes to her reading life. Talking about the journey, the goals, and the books that lifted her up.
An exploration of self-help, from the genre's readers to its writers and titles, both classic and recent. A reader weighs in on their flaws and highlights.