Some of our recent favorites, as reviewed in the BuzzFeed Books newsletter.
We don't need to be on board with the extreme actions of characters in First Reformed and The Overstory to feel some empathy for the desperation that drives them.
Today is the fifth annual Independent Bookstore Day — and these shops owned by authors like Judy Blume, Louise Erdrich, and more, are a great place to celebrate.
A bookstore is like a second home.
It's the little things in life like weekends and good books.
For everyone who grew up in the young adult section of Barnes & Noble.
Celebrate National Poetry Month with these evocative, groundbreaking collections.
It’s not all about the TV show.
In the last days of the empire of Al Andalus, Fatima, a court concubine, races to save her friend Hassan from the Inquisition.
"If you feel like you have to tell a story, tell it!"
Miriam Toews talks about “keeping that particular agony inside of me” while writing her new novel about abuse in a remote Mennonite colony.
"Disclaimer: This is about to get romantic as eff..."
Lupita Nyong'o's New Book Has A Gorgeous Cover And Teaches Kids About Colorism, So 'Scuse Me While I Max Out My Card
"I wrote Sulwe to encourage children (and everyone really!) to love the skin they are in and see the beauty that radiates from within."
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So many great ones on this list!
"A coworker was checking in a huge bin a few months ago and it STANK sooo bad. There ended up being a turd smashed between two picture books."
Simple acts to improve your home, workplace, and community, from Meredith Gaston’s book The Art of Kindness.
Are you Scout, Jem, Atticus, or Boo Radley?
The only time we were actually excited about books from school.
You're a baby, Harry!
A girl, a guy, a canoe ride.
Sally Rooney, the author of Conversations With Friends and the upcoming Normal People, writes about sex, love, and economic precarity in a way that’s recognizable to many twenty- and thirtysomethings.
From Stella to Will, we love them all. But which character do you relate to the most?
A mapmaker who can shift geography, an unlikely horse race champion, a testament to the long history of human failure — and much, much more.
Mustache not included.
Is Urban Outfitters your Room of Requirement?
Are you more into reading the book or just waiting for the movie to come out?
Roger Stone Is In Trouble With His Judge Again, This Time Over A Book He Wrote Calling Mueller "Crooked"
The judge in Stone's case ordered his lawyers to explain why they didn't tell her sooner about Stone's book, which includes a new introduction criticizing special counsel Robert Mueller.
"There is a reason why you like it," Jet replies, "and that reason is shame." (An excerpt from T Kira Madden's Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls)
Are you half-blood, Muggle-born or pure-blood? Or just a regular?
Aslan? Dumbledore? Jon Snow? Who are you most likely to meet?