If the idea of saying goodbye to epic sci-fi worlds fills you with sorrow, check out this list of great YA science fiction series and read on!
Whether you're simply in the mood for something different or can't stomach homicide, it's nice to dive into some true crime books not about murder.
One reader shares some of their favorite books that experiment with text and genre, from modern classics to forthcoming titles.
In light of a great deal of atrocity in the news, both in the United States and globally, one reader wrestles with the question, "Why read fiction?"
Do you find the reading experience improved in-flight? Here's one reader on why reading on an airplane is such a pleasurable experience.
One reader celebrates the personalization of subscription boxes, with particular regard for their favorite personalized book subscription service (hint: it's TBR)
One reader returns to a favorite young adult series and analyzes the determinism in REDWALL that pervades the whole series.
Whether you hated it or loved it, schools make for fascinating and dynamic settings. Get that homework done and read these books set in school.
On the essay collection that rescued one reader from a slump, opening the door to more life-altering essays and an overall leveled-up reading life.
When it's time to welcome a little one into the world, pick up, or gift, one of these excellent picture books for new parents and the littlest of readers.
Within the pages of the best anxiety books, you can expect thorough investigations of how to navigate the world while living with anxiety.
An update to the Andover Public Library potentially pulling children's books featuring transgender characters from the children's section: there they stay.
Looking for books by or about someone that identifies as neurodiverse for the 2019 Read Harder Challenge? Check out these wonderful titles.
A reader finds the perfect place in Manhattan to read and write, and it happens to be the noisy fire escape outside their own apartment.