Books

As a kid, there were few things better than getting something just for you in the mail (maybe it’s because kids don’t get bills?). Whether it was a card, a magazine, or a birthday present, few things could beat getting something fun with your name on it, delivered right to your door. As the popularity
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edited by Mayim Bialik ‧ RELEASE DATE: Feb. 2, 2021 Flash, Batman, and other characters from the DC Comics universe tackle supervillains and STEM-related topics and sometimes, both. Credited to 20 writers and illustrators in various combinations, the 10 episodes invite readers to tag along as Mera and Aquaman visit oceanic zones from epipelagic to
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Typing.com, a site that provides free online typing courses and educational tools for people worldwide, has conducted a study to find the U.S. states that love reading the most. To determine this, researchers calculated each state’s “Reading Interest Score.” This score came from a few factors, including the number of libraries and library visits per
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by Jennifer Ward ; illustrated by Steve Jenkins ‧ RELEASE DATE: March 18, 2014 Echoing the meter of “Mary Had a Little Lamb,” Ward uses catchy original rhymes to describe the variety of nests birds create. Each sweet stanza is complemented by a factual, engaging description of the nesting habits of each bird. Some of
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All three of these gorgeous and talented authors have played pivotal roles in movies that are meaningful to fans worldwide. Their Tinseltown lives are glamorous, to be sure, but their heartfelt life stories reveal a darker side to fame, where inspirational journeys and cautionary tales collide. ★ Out of the Corner Jennifer Grey knows that her
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The term “bodice ripper” has had a few definitions over the years, each with their own slight difference to it. One is that it is “a sexually explicit romantic novel or movie with a historical setting,” which seems relatively tame. However, other definitions are a bit more specific. For example, Merriam-Webster says it’s a “historical or
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by Amor Towles ‧ RELEASE DATE: Oct. 5, 2021 Newly released from a work farm in 1950s Kansas, where he served 18 months for involuntary manslaughter, 18-year-old Emmett Watson hits the road with his little brother, Billy, following the death of their father and the foreclosure of their Nebraska farm. They leave to escape angry
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There are so many amazing books to choose from for a list of the best romance novels of all time. But 90% of the time, when I see lists about romance on the internet they are full of books that just aren’t romance novels. Loving Jane Austen is probably one of my top 10 personality
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Eliot Schrefer is a two-time National Book Award finalist best known for novels that explore the relationships between humans and animals. In Queer Ducks (and Other Animals): The Natural World of Animal Sexuality, Schrefer turns to nonfiction to present cutting-edge research on a plethora of same-sex animal behaviors, from male doodlebugs observed “doing the dirty”
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A dangerous supernatural being starts granting a teen’s deepest wishes in Sullivan’s debut YA fantasy. In St. Louis, Missouri, Baxter “Bax” Allen is a sophomore at Truman High School. His parents split up 13 years ago, and he lives with his mother, Sara, who supports them with two jobs. He also suffers from episodes in
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I’ve been several types of readers the past few years. I’ve gone from a mostly physical book reader to a half-and-half physical and audiobook reader, to a mostly audiobook listener. Since I’ve always loved physical books, the switch to mostly listening to audiobooks came as a surprise at first. I started listening to them as
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Yoshi and the Ocean: A Sea Turtle’s Incredible Journey Home, Lindsay Moore’s account of the incredible intercontinental journey of a loggerhead sea turtle, opens with two spreads that precede its title page. Readers meet Yoshi inside an egg, “before she had a name.” Folded within a shell, the little turtle waits until “the voice of
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by Max Brooks ‧ RELEASE DATE: June 16, 2020 Are we not men? We are—well, ask Bigfoot, as Brooks does in this delightful yarn, following on his bestseller World War Z (2006). A zombie apocalypse is one thing. A volcanic eruption is quite another, for, as the journalist who does a framing voice-over narration for
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