Whether you’re traveling or staying at home this weekend, one of these books about family will go great with a side of pie and cookies!
This Saturday evening, the WNBA is celebrating our ONE HUNDREDTH anniversary! The evening will be filled with bookish delights – check out the breakdown!
In this special Halloween edition of Bookmark This!, get inspiration for literary costumes, consider metaphorical ghosts, and think about what a witch is.
Right after you remember to send in your centennial RSVP, why not check out a historical fiction book from now about the time of the WNBA founding?
If you’re looking for an example that proves why literature matters beyond pointing out that the WNBA is in its hundredth year, use 1917’s war poetry.
Consider the historical moment of the WNBA’s founding as you reflect on the first strides made then and the progress we have and haven’t made since then.
As we get ready for the WNBA’s Centennial celebration, look forward to the upcoming events and backward to the fashion of the founders.
For the final installment of our June Folklore Friday series, go ancient, modern, and retro all at once with female warriors and Wonder Woman.
Escape the heat this Folklore Friday with Women of Winter: tales about snowy princesses, icy queens, and supernatural women who can’t get close to warmth!
Mermaids or Manatees or Coney Island Festivities? Read about everyone’s favorite little mermaid, her species’ origins, and who claimed to see mermaids!