Capricorn (December 22–January 20) Happy Birthday, Capricorn! You’re ambitious, determined and hardworking. No one more than Capricorn deserves to relax with a good book. Book of the Month: The Black Painting by Neil Olson Four cousins of an old money family are summoned to the family estate after a painting goes missing: a self-portrait by… Read More »
Tags: Anna SNoekstra, Bernadette, Erin Chack, Francesca Hornak, I Found You, I’ll Give You the Sun, Jandy Nelson, Lisa Jewell, Little Secrets, maria semple, Neil Gaiman, Rupi Kaur, Seven Days of Us, Stardust, The Best We Could Do, The Silent Fountain, the sun and her flowers, Thi Bui, This Is Really Happening, Victoria Fox, Where’d You Go
This month we’re looking at beautiful book covers featuring illustrations. What’s better than art and books? Here are 8 book covers with unique and artful covers that will make you want to start reading them right now.
Tags: Benjamin Ludwig, Dancing with the Tiger, Eva Woods, Flesh and Bone and Water, Ginny Moon, Helen Sedgwick, Jaroslav Kalfar, Lili Wright, Luiza Sauma, Neil Gaiman, Neverwhere, Nina LaCour, Something Like Happy, Spaceman of Bohemia, The Comet Seekers, We Are Okay
National Family Literacy Day began in 1994 as a way to promote reading, writing and literacy as a family-wide activity and responsibility. Since then, countless schools, libraries and literacy groups have marked the day with advocacy, awareness and of course, the call to celebrate reading, writing and literacy together! More than just raising a reader,… Read More »
Tags: A Tree Grows In Brooklyn, an astronaut's guide to life on earth, Betty Smith, Chris Hadfield, Elena Favilli, Fortunately the Milk, Francesca Cavallo, Good Night Stories for Rebel Girls: 100 Tales of Extraordinary Women, Harry Potter, J.K. Rowling, Neil Gaiman
From H.P. Lovecraft to Stephen King, horror novelists have always found a way to tap into our deepest fears and craft them into compelling, frightening, addictive reflections—and we readers can’t get enough. If October is the season for spooky, it’s also a great time to discover newer horror classics. Yes, there are still monsters under… Read More »
Tags: Andrew Pyper, Coraline, cormac mccarthy, Heart-Shaped Box, Joe Hill, Lost Girls, Mary Kubica, Max Brooks, Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, Neil Gaiman, Ransom Riggs, The Good Girl, the road, World War Z