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It’s Not Like It’s a Secret by Misa Sugiura “Well-paced, brimming with drama, and utterly vital. (Fiction. 14-18)” Sugiura
"The Bernie Sanders Guide to Political Revolution" will come out Aug. 29.
Summer’s Nine Hottest Reads For The Suitcase
"Black girls deserve to read about themselves in books,” said the founder of Red.Blk.Grl.
Each page contains excerpts from speeches by women like Shirley Chisholm and Hillary Clinton.
And her version of "survival mode" might leave you shaking your head.
"Have a good day at work. Don't lick your boss."
William Gibson -- author of "Neuromancer" -- will explore a sunny, alternate reality.
These are hard to read.
How can parents prevent the "summer slide"?
Stephen King's popular books arrive on the big screen Aug. 4.
How do you draw the line between not wanting to live anymore and wanting to die?
“It will be informed by insider details that only a president can know.”
200 years after her untimely death, this is what we think of when we think of Jane Austen.
Donald Trump and the triumph of anti-politics.
One of the most thrilling experiences an author can have is walking into a bookstore and finding their book on the shelves
Cross-posted from TomDispatch.com If you’re looking for fairy tales that are on the grim (not Grimm) side, things that once
Cross-posted with TomDispatch.com I was 12. It was 1956. I lived in New York City and was a youthful history buff. (I should
With “Game of Thrones” set to return for its second-to-last season this July, HBO already has its eye on several spinoffs
The Destroyers by Christopher Bollen “At once gritty, sandy, and silky—good reading for the beach or a yacht, too.” When