to kill a mockingbird
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 »
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If I had my way, fall would go on forever; sorry, winter. To celebrate the beginning of my favorite season, here are six eye-catching covers that evoke the vibrant colors of fall.
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Are you ready to have the best summer ever? Get inspired with these 6 quotes that are guaranteed to get you in the mood to read!
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Harper Lee died this week at age 89, just a year after the long-delayed publication of her second (first) book, Go Set a Watchman, brought Lee back into the spotlight following decades of obscurity. That Watchman was accompanied by a great deal of controversy won’t overshadow the legacy of Lee’s contribution to English literature, as… Read More »