Ever since I was a little girl, I have been fascinated with the idea of other worlds, mystical realms and oddball characters that conquer evil for the sake of mankind.
Have you ever been to Strand Bookstore in New York City? If you have, then you must have noticed that there are so many cattish things around you: cat pins, cat books, cat stickers, cat pens, cat mugs, cat____ (you can fill in anything you can imagine).
Target Corporation's decision to redact certain words from their books’ product descriptions has been met with dissatisfaction.
The lists are as hot and delicious as pieces of bread just released from the bakery. The following are the 2018 National Book Awards longlists for fiction, nonfiction, poetry, translated literature, and young people's literature. Enjoy them!
This is a short but inspiring story.
On June 8th, Liu Yichang, one of the red-letter authors of post-war Sinophone literature, died at 99.
We've all been told never to judge a book by its cover but have we all listened? Probably not. At one point or another you've probably
most definitely judged a book by its cover and who can blame you - it's hard not to!
The parking garage for the central branch of the Kansas City Library features a facade of some seriously large books.
There's no feeling quite as homey as re-reading your favorite books; books from your childhood, books that held your teenage heart, books that adult you has used as guide points while you navigate through life.
Monday always seems to come around too quickly, doesn't it? Thankfully, that means we are back, too, and we're bringing with us three great books for you to read this week. If you're unsure about what book to pick up next, hopefully this list will help you choose!