For a non-athletic kid, summer reading programs were a way of getting competitive and testing the limits of one's abilities.
School summer reading lists originated in the 19th century. Why did they begin and how have they evolved over time? Read on to find out!
If you want to settle in for an epic fiction or nonfiction read or challenge yourself this summer, check out these long audiobooks.
When you need something chilling to fend off the summer heat, pick up a horror comic like Abbott 1973 by Saladin Ahmed, Sami Kivelä, Mattia Iacono, and Jim Campbell.
The question of which book to pop into your beach bag can be overwhelming, but we've got a summer reading quiz to help you out!
Ready to start summer early or enjoy hammock reading whatever the season? Keep it cool and easy with these excellent hammock books.
A summer reading list that highlights American history, including political upheavals and Native American stories, including The Good Lord Bird by James McBride.
We're talking to library staff about how libraries are working to plan for summer reading programs despite the limitations caused by a global pandemic.
From a light and breezy romance to a dark literary novel, we've got your sunny season covered with these summer queer books.