The Book Thief
The only thing better than reading about amazing characters is when they also love to read, which is why we can definitely relate to these five fictional female bookworms! Bookshop of Yesterdays by Amy Meyerson The bookworm: Miranda Brooks Owning a bookstore is every reader’s dream! When Miranda Brooks inherits her uncle’s book shop, she discovers… Read More »
Grumpy characters can be some of the most fun to read about. Here are 6 books featuring lovable curmudgeons that you’ll absolutely love.
Tags: A Man Called Ove, Anne of Green Gables, Fredrik Backman, Keziah Frost, L.M. Montgomery, Markus Zusak, Phaedra Patrick, Rise and Shine Benedict Stone, Sarah Haywood, The Book Thief, The Cactus, The Reluctant Fortune-Teller
Some things are just better together…including these amazing duos from some of your favorite reads! Who are your favorite literary duos? Let us know in the comments section.
Tags: A. A. Milne, Arthur Conan Doyle, Charlotte's Web, Code Name Verity, E.B. White, Elizabeth Wein, J.R.R. Tolkien, little women, louisa may alcott, mark twain, Markus Zusak, Sherlock Holmes, The Book Thief, The Lord of the Rings, Tom Sawyer, Winnie the Pooh
Reading about readers is a particularly special pleasure, and the readers we read about often come to us early in life when we are at our most impressionable and open-minded. I can’t think of a better role model than a character who loves books as much as we do, and helps us carry on that… Read More »
Tags: A Game of Thrones, A Series of Unfortunate Events, A Tree Grows In Brooklyn, Anne of Green Gables, Betty Smith, George R. R. Martin, Harper Lee, Harry Potter, J.D. Salinger, J.K. Rowling, L.M. Montgomery, Lemony Snicket, little women, louisa may alcott, Markus Zusak, Matilda, Roald Dahl, The Book Thief, The Catcher in the Rye, to kill a mockingbird