Ending the month on a strong note!
The Internet Is Thirsting Over The Darkling From "Shadow And Bone," And I Need A Cold Drink Of Water, Y'all
"The Darkling has me in shackles."
You might say these books ~hit it out of the park~.
Leigh Bardugo And Eric Heisserer Discuss Casting "Shadow And Bone" And How Finding The Cast Was "Magic"
"I understood that if this could work, even without the effects, then maybe we had gotten this right."
Oprah's book tour, multiple poetry panels, a conversation about HBO Max's Made for Love adaptation, and more.
Are you a movie buff, mega reader — or both?
Whether you love magical powers, fun-loving criminals, or just a classic enemies-to-lovers plotline.
Celebrate the best holiday this Saturday, April 24.
"You trusted me with a secret about flowers at one point, and I don't think it ended well."
Maybe it's time I get a new library card.
Jessie Mei Li From "Shadow And Bone" Praised The Show For Highlighting "How Ridiculous Racism Can Be"
"You never really feel like you belong anywhere."
Meet your new fave fantasy series.
Spending 4/20 getting high off that new book smell.
In London’s Soho, a young millionaire intent on converting an old building into luxury condos finds out the hard way that its tenants won’t leave without a fight.
LGBTQ young adult books that you need to look out for this spring!
Matilda would love these.
Add these to your reading list if you haven't already!
This year's winners include a playwright and showrunner, a professor of planetary science, and one of most promising African writers under 40.
Bless the book gods!
We're revealing the cover for Here's to Us, plus 18 queer YA books to read while you wait!
Practical advice from Hallie Bateman's new book, Directions: Really Good Advice for Getting From Here to There.
Jeff VanderMeer and Karen Russell, Rachel Kushner and Kim Gordon, a panel on writing about social pressures and racial identity, and more.
Whether it's time for April showers or May flowers, we've got the perfect teen romance to lose yourself in.
If you thought the book was better than the movie, imagine how these writers felt.
"Ọṣun couldn’t remember the last time someone asked her what she actually wanted. People sought to touch without acknowledging her desire to be caressed, to consume without realizing her craving to just be held."
My family has read (and loved!) every single one of these — and I hope you like them, too.
"Alice's Adventures in Luton" =?
Reading The Giving Tree was a universal experience for us all.
Perfect for celebrating Earth Day.
What Book Was So Beyond Amazing That You Wish You Could Time Travel And Read It Again For The First Time?
What book made you fall down the reading black hole?