The Catcher in the Rye
Author Keziah Frost imagines what the cards might have in store for Holden Caufield, Elizabeth Bennet, and Hamlet, if they were to visit the Good Fortune Café for a card reading from Norbert Z… Holden Caufield Holden Caulfield stopped by the Good Fortune Café in the charming tourist town of Gibbons Corner, New York, to… Read More »
These books are definitely worth rereading! What books to you like diving back into over and over again? Let us know in the comments section!
Tags: Audrey Niffenegger, Benjamin Ludwig, Charlotte Bronte, Fingersmith, Ginny Moon, Harry Potter, J.D. Salinger, J.K. Rowling, Jane Eyre, Kazuo Ishiguro, Never Let Me Go, Sarah Waters, The Catcher in the Rye, The Time Traveler's Wife
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
Not all book characters have the charm of Elizabeth Bennet or the poise of Atticus Finch. Sometimes even the surliest, bad-tempered characters are lovable in their own way. Here are six books with curmudgeon-type characters that we love, especially when they show their softer sides. Rise and Shine, Benedict Stone by Phaedra Patrick Benedict… Read More »
Tags: A Man Called Ove, Benedict Stone, Fredrik Backman, Gabrielle Zevin, Gavin Extence, Helen Simonson, J.D. Salinger, Major Pettigrew’s Last Stand, Phaedra Patrick, Rise and Shine, The Catcher in the Rye, The Storied Life of A. J. Fikry, The Universe Versus Alex Woods