Sure, you want your kids to be healthy and happy—but don’t you also want them to be cool? Just channel Ella, the title character of Mallory Kasdan’s and Marcos Chin’s new picture book!
Winter is coming, just not fast enough. These books will tide you over until Game of Thrones season 5 premieres.
The last few are the scariest of all.
Have you run out of movies and TV shows to scare you? These books will chill you to your core.
Everyone’s favorite feline, Cat, is done with Easter and ready to celebrate Halloween the way only he can. Let’s help him choose a costume!
We asked our Facebook followers why they think the freedom to read is so important. This is what they said.
These classic novels and their contemporary counterparts go together like peanut butter and chocolate.
Get the whole family—including your favorite furball—to cuddle up to this feline-friendly summer reading list.
Peanut Butter is hiding in your favorite classic children’s stories. Can you help us find him and bring him back to his own book, where he belongs?
The weather is heating up and it’s time to think about what you want in a summer fling—with these perfect book boyfriends, you’ll be set for any adventure that’s coming your way.
Cat has had a lot of jobs (like being the Easter Bunny, for example). Here are his top ten tips to help recent graduates succeed!
It’s the end of the world as we know it…but how will it happen? These YA novels offer up their theories. It’s not looking good for us humans, you guys.
Why should the Easter Bunny get all the love? Here are a few reasons we believe Cat will do a much better job this year.
Already read the Divergent trilogy and looking to quench your thirst for high-stakes, high-concept YA adventure series? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back.
Hey there marshmallows: Veronica Mars might be all grown up now, but there are several new YA detectives on the scene. Here are some of our faves, in no particular order.
This Sunday marks the 86th annual Academy Awards, but let’s not forget 2013 was also a stunning year in YA books. Which of these contenders are truly Oscar-worthy? Throw on your best ball gown and vote in the comments below! And the nominees are…
From mom to brother-in-law to college roommate, a great read makes an even better present.
With Saving Mr. Banks, the Tom Hanks/Emma Thompson movie about the drama between Mary Poppins author P.L. Travers and Walt Disney, in wide release this weekend, we were curious about the backstories of other classic children’s novels-turned-films. Check out what we dug up!
Whether you’re on Team Dimitri or Team Adrian, they’re both searching for love on the Internet just like you—and they’re online now.
When school’s closed and it’s cold outside, boredom can quickly strike. These series are sure to keep cabin fever at bay.