It was love at first swipe.
With an unexpected five figures to work with, the director of Ferguson Library has big plans to serve his ravaged community.
This year, give thanks for Gillian Flynn.
AARP asked Boomers which people, places, and things defined the generation, and rounded up the best in Boomers 101: The Definitive Collection. Here’s a peek inside.
We visited 826 NYC, an after-school program for kids in Brooklyn, and asked kids about reading.
Get a behind the scenes look at how their wonderful books are created.
Stunning work by British artist Phillip Butah from Ed Sheeran: A Visual Journey.
India is amongst the largest and most diverse countries in the world – here are a few authors who have made the most riveting attempts at the impossible task of capturing it.
How learning about death changed everything.
The winners were revealed at the 65th National Book Awards ceremony.
An FSU student found bullets lodged in his library books following the campus shooting on Wednesday night.
For the next time someone tells you they only like books by dudes. No excuses!
Students and celebrity authors alike shared their answers at today’s “Great Book Giveaway”.
Mr. Happy wouldn’t be quite as cheerful, for starters.
One “Are You There God? It’s Me, Margarita” coming right up.
The “Great Book Giveaway” will take place in New York City’s Washington Square Park on Nov. 19. A series of very fortunate events indeed.
Do judge a book by its cover.
“There’re no novels that I like to read so I write my own novels. And then I read them again, and it’s the best thing.”
It’s not easy being a grown person who loves books for teens.
The life and times of you.
Do you know “who will toss your salad?”
Take our magic poll and SORT this out for yourself!
So many fields. So many tears.
A cease-fire for book buyers.
I hear handstands get the blood flowing to your brain.
Obviously Twilight is a true story.
Why Janet Malcolm’s The Journalist and the Murderer is essential reading for Serial listeners.