From ancient Mesopotamia to the year's most popular cookbooks, this brief (and admittedly incomplete) history of cookbooks examines our culinary roots.
Delve deeper into the series as we do a close reading of the first lines and last lines of each Harry Potter book in this iconic and magical series.
Waking up, having a cuppa, and reading a book in the morning? What witchcraft is this? We've got the morning reader hacks you're looking for.
How reading immigrant stories and working with translation helped one Rioter regain her identity as a multilingual reader and find common ground.
Whether you need advice or just a laugh, these Terry Pratchett quotes are sure bring a smile to your face and determination to get through life.
Readers are more satisfied with their lives than nonreaders, a new study suggestions, but there are a few crucial things to keep in mind about the data.
This collection of 59 thoughtful and charming quotes about libraries and librarians will lift and inspire you to grab your library card.
Macmillan's embargo on new ebooks impacts public libraries, now scrambling to make materials available to patrons.
Ready for a Halloween as spooky as it is bookish? Then unlock the door and enter Haunted Riot at Book Riot (don't forget your book light).
Take a peek at the most popular books in libraries during the third quarter of 2019, courtesy of Panorama Picks.
Why do over 1/3 of parents believe in censoring books in public schools?
Why one reader has lost faith in literary awards following the recent Booker Prize announcement.
Ever wanted to know how words are added to the dictionary? We spoke with Merriam-Webster to find out what journey a word takes for dictionary inclusion.
How and why censorship thrives in American prisons, denying the incarcerated their First Amendment rights, and what you can do about it.
Let's explores the grisly practice of books made from human skin and separate the meat from the flesh (aka: truth from fiction).