The literary world would not be the same without the wide assortment of reader archetypes: the chronological reader, the anti-reader, and most important
You may know Herman Melville from a little book called Moby-Dick, one of the most famous classics that nobody has read. A couple of months ago I decided to take on the beast himself and was surprised by the homosexual undertones of the story. They’re pretty out there.
If you're familiar with Pete Souza, Obama's White House photographer, then you might already know about his hilarious Instagram trolling.
May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, a month that celebrates people in the United States with heritage from anywhere in the Asian continent or the Pacific islands of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia.
I know none of you need too much encouragement to read, but these products will make the idea absolutely irresistible!
1. The Book Lover’s Journal
1. Book of the Month
Before Oprah’s famous book club, there was the Book of the Month Club.
CW’s hit series Riverdale, which just wrapped up its second season, is getting both companion and original books from Scholastic, by the fall of this year! Riverdale Student Handbook and Riverdale: The Day Before - The Prequel Novel will both follow all the same characters an
The opening sentence of a book can determine a lot of things (including whether or not you decide to keep going with said book). It's the author's first invitation into a world of their own creation.