These bookish affirmations will help you build your confidence, pride, and joy in being who you are as a reader.
Put these new self-help books on reserve at your library or in your digital shopping cart as we bid 2020 adieu, including The Invisible Corset by Lauren Geertsen.
Ranging from health to psychology and happiness self-care, find gentle wisdom and actionable advice with books like Everything’s Trash, But It’s Okay by Phoebe Robinson.
Desperate times call for some outside help. These books might be able to help you re-center yourself and take a breather while parenting during a pandemic.
Children’s fun-filled creativity and carefree energy do wonders for my mood and many picture books encapsulate those characteristics perfectly.
After watching Dr. Christine Blasey Ford relive her trauma in the Kavanaugh investigation, one reader found solace in Inga Muscio's feminist classic.
Need comfort? Riling up? Want your reading to have an impact? Here are books for all kinds of self-care.
How one reader's mental and physical health is tied to reading.
On the power of pausing the news to read, and of self-care as political activism.
Books to get you fired up or to remind you that activism is worth it.
A workaholic Rioter learns to set aside her to-do list in favor of practicing healthy self-care by using her local library.
Books to read for education, escape, and comfort in the wake of recent violence against African-Americans.