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If you've ever spoken to Rachel, she's probably told you she used to live in Montana...
Lawrence Ferlinghetti, poet, author, artist, publisher, social activist, and founder of City Lights bookstore, died last week on February 22nd. He was 101 years old.
It's rare we find a book that we all agree is simply fantastic. This past week, one such book arrived, and we simply had to share it!
Today is Read Across America Day, a celebration originally inspired by Theodore Geisel—the one and only Dr. Seuss—and held March 2nd in honor of his birthday.
Restaurant Week chefs share some of their favorite cookbooks!
How many of this year's Golden Globe winners were productions based on books?
Young readers from all over the country are welcome to participate in our Reading Month Bingo Challenge!
Lots of books are good no matter how you experience them, but these are excellent in audio...
Founded in 1995, the Audie Awards represent the premier awards program in the United States, recognizing distinction in audiobooks and spoken word entertainment.
While you might still be waiting for your letter from Hogwarts to arrive, at least you can give your outgoing letters a bit of magical flair!
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Rachel shares some of her favorite new and upcoming nonfiction graphic novels!
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It started with a discussion of Unicorn Day...
This Black History Month, we wanted to connect with people and organizations that do incredible work in promoting Black literature every day...
Picture books are filled with cuddly animal characters, but some, as Anthony points out, are a little more intimidating in the real world.
No doubt about it, Valentine's Day picture books are some of the sweetest stories around.
The Newbery Medal is awarded annually to the author of the most distinguished contribution to American literature for children.
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