Now, if you’ll excuse me, I’ve got a date. With me.
From Cheryl Strayed’s Wild to Amy Poehler’s Yes Please, these are the books you need to get through your own roaring twenties.
Can we read you like an open book?
We owe these authors our childhood.
“Books will always be there for you.”
Go Set a Watchman will be published on 15 July.
“Until I feared I would lose it, I never loved to read. One does not love breathing.” — To Kill a Mockingbird
Nancy Drew, Girl Detective, is on the case.
How Matilda Wormwood are you?
From Aesop to Austen, via Penguin’s Little Black Classics.
Celebrate National Women’s History Month with these 29 great books.
May the odds be ever in your favor.
Can you tell if these quotes belong in Fifty Shades of Grey or a murder trial?
The Island’s not done with you.
Books can teach us a lot about life.
Because quarter-life crises are no joking matter.
The best kind of wisdom is covered in crumbs.
Can you tell the difference between synecdoche and metonymy?
It’s never too late to go back.
Do these words belong in a dictionary or a James Joyce novel?
OK, they’re totally rational to us.
“I was born with a reading list I will never finish.” —Maud Casey
Sound horrifying? The practice was more common than you think.
The state of Alabama launched an investigation in response to complaints that the To Kill a Mockingbird author was being exploited. UPDATE: The Alabama Securities Commission and the Department of Human Resources have closed the investigation, saying there is no evidence of financial fraud.
Are you a book nerd or just absurd?
“Always.” —J.K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
The struggle is very, very real.