A bustling, fascinating city makes the perfect setting, or portal to, worlds of fantasy and imagination in these New York City SFF books for young readers.
Be bookishly social (or socially bookish) with some tabletop games and gaming gear for Dungeons and Dragons.
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Taika Waititi will write, direct, and executive produce two animated Roald Dahl series for Netflix.
From THE TEMPEST to 10 THINGS I HATE ABOUT YOU, one reader takes a look at some of the most interesting teen film adaptations of Shakespeare.
Looking for where to start with the best Courtney Milan books? We discuss her series and standalones for new readers. Get reading!
Let's replace the garbage that is this Nancy Drew 90th birthday storyline wherein she's killed off for a Hardy Boys mystery with these superior ideas.
J.K. Rowling made a transphobic statement on Twitter in support of Maya Forstater, a UK researcher whose employer declined to renew her contract after tweeting that 'men cannot change into women'.
There is nothing that reads exactly like it, but these books like THE NIGHT CIRCUS share some common elements with Morgenstern's novel.
"Hill House, not sane, stood by itself..." We're taking a close look at the first line of THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE, as well as the last.
Looking for authors like Neil Gaiman? We've got you covered. These authors write in similar styles for your next Gaiman readalike book.
These Westerns by Native and non-Native people defy colonialist narratives that perpetuate stereotypes.
What words do you need to know to find the type of romance that you want to read? We've pulled together a romance terms and tropes primer for reference.
Trust no house! Let Shirley Jackson deepen your distrust of lonesome, malevolent houses by way of these creepy THE HAUNTING OF HILL HOUSE quotes.
Where did Frodo go? (Where didn't Frodo go? But seriously.) Does Frodo die at the end of THE LORD OF THE RINGS? Let's get into it.