From November 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018, Barnes & Noble collected books, toys, and games for their annual Holiday Book Drive.
Everybody has that one friend who powers through seventy books in a year. Maybe you've got more than one friend who does this, and you're the friend who doesn't.
Today marks the first day of Navratri! Navratri is a Hindu festival that runs its course over nine nights and ten days, and is a celebration of the divine feminine.
If you’re like me, you heard about Elf on the Shelf two weeks ago from your co-worker who was very enthusiastic about the game. If you’re not like me, you are very happy.
The holidays are finally upon us which means last minute holiday shopping, trying desperately to figure out what so-and-so wants (you ask them just to be met with "it doesn't matter" even though you both know that's not true), family reunions (let's be honest, half of the time they end in tears a
Overwhelmed by choice and unable to decide what books to ask Santa for this year? Let this strange assortment of famous people influence your decision.
It’s that time of year: the time when sites, including Bookstr, do retrospectives. There are many months in the year, twelve of them, in fact. In those twelve months, many, many books are released.
Just like the ruby red leaves of poinsettias, evergreens dripping in gold ornaments, and a sense of excitement everywhere you go, this time of year has certain attributes that you can always count on. One such example are Christmas tales such as the classic The Nutcracker.
'Tis the season to think of jolly old phrases like "Joy to the world!" or "Have a merry little Christmas." For some people the phrase "Bah! Humbug!" would be more appropriate. With those words we usually picture a grumpy, old, crotchety Mr. Scrooge, perhaps in his nightgown too.
The holidays are heeeeeeah and it's time to start assembling a lengthy and detailed list of desired bookish gifts to present to the people who claim to love you, in order to test their devotion. Let's go.