One reader shares thoughts on making time for the joy of rereading old favorites—and the guilt of passing over unread books.
The case for rereading books and not making your reading life one of being productive.
How one reader's relationship with rereading shifted in the best of ways, thanks to a new favorite thing: rereading books on audio.
Struggling with feelings about not rereading nearly as much as she'd like, this reader asked people on social if they’re revisiting books.
Want to do more rereading but feel like you don't have the time? Check out these five reasons rereading with audiobooks might be the answer.
Think you remember Roald Dahl's classic children's book about an endearing young book nerd? Take this Matilda quiz to test your knowledge.
Struggling with the anxiety of keeping up with the buzzy and "Important" books, one reader turned to rereading to enjoy the experience again.
With age comes perspective, and perhaps the ability to find new meaning and depth in these books you may have read (and disregarded) in middle school.
Jasmine Guillory and Greg Pak can personally vouch for two childhood classics that have stood the test of time and stand up to a re-read.
"I was worried if I read the books again, there would be no magic left for me."
"Why should books that change us so profoundly as children and teens have to do so again when we are adults?"
A call for new books in a series to have a "previously on" section so we don't have to re-read the previous books.
One reader muses on whether rereading old favorite books really counts as reading or not.
One reader's experience rereading Harry Potter and how it changed post-election.