Do you have a habit of picking up books that you never quite get around to reading?
If this sounds like you, you might be unwittingly engaging in tsundoku - a Japanese term used to describe a person who owns a lot of unread literature.
New space operas, apocalypses, and alien encounters
Edith Wharton, e.e. cummings, Agatha Christie, and more.
It’s summer! Or at least, it feels like summer here in the US’s Northeast Corridor. The sun is finally shining, the temperatures have warmed up, the chill of late winter and early spring has finally passed. I love this time of year because it feels like it’s full of possibility.
This collection of 50 must-read completed YA book series is sponsored by the Jackaby series by Will Ritter from Algonquin Young Readers.Newly arrived in New Fiddleham, New England, 1892, and in n
Young Adult novels can be a form of escapism to dive into fantastical worlds full of dragons, magic, or battles in space. Or, they can shed light on important topics that can both inform readers or va
The recent discovery of a heretofore unknown sequel to Anthony Burgess' A Clockwork Orange is both exciting and dreadful.
On the one hand, considering all the high-profile epic fantasy sequels we’ve been waiting for oh so patiently, the revelation of a surprise sequel—no waiting!—to one of SFF's
One of the Barnes & Noble Sci-Fi & Fantasy Blog's Best of May 2019! One of The Verge’s 10 New Science Fiction and Fantasy Books to Check Out in May...
Beneath the World, a Sea by Chris Beckett; From the Wreck by Jane Rawson; Zero Bomb by MT Hill; Poster Boy by NJ Crosskey; and A Memory Called Empire by Arkady Martine
From burgeoning classics to hidden gems to smash hits!
A list of recommended books with LGBTQ characters for middle school classroom libraries