Over the long weekend, read one of these books representing a variety of experiences in honor of May being Asian Pacific American Heritage Month.
Happy National Limerick Day! It’s Friday, so take some time to enjoy a few limericks and comics to lighten up the end of your week!
Celebrate Earth Day on Saturday, April 22, out and about in New York with nature-themed events or stay home and read about about the world around us!
It’s National Library Week, themed “Libraries Transform”! Take the opportunity to check out a library near you or take advantage of library programming.
Nominations are now open for the 2017 Pannell Awards! This prestigious prize is awarded to two bookstores yearly for their promotion of childhood reading.
The final installment of our literary March Madness discusses depictions of female mental illness and how people react in contemporary literature.
Part two of our literary March Madness moves on to discuss the minds of female authors with focus on Emily Dickinson, Virginia Woolf, and Sylvia Plath.
Part one of our March Madness series takes a literary twist: “madwomen” in classic literature. Read about Ophelia, Bertha, and Sethe.
Take a look at our final Black History Month Spotlight on a past WNBA Award winner focusing on Patricia McKissack, an award-winning children’s book author.
In honor of Black History Month, check out our spotlight on Dr. Jessie Carney Smith, writer of Notable Black American Women, who won the WNBA award in 1992.