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In Honor of Pi Day, 6 Great Novels for Math Nerds
Today is Pi Day (or, as the Internet has dubbed this year’s occurrence, Rounded Pi Day), which means it’s the perfect time to celebrate the...
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5 Books to Keep You Inside on Black Friday
There are two kinds of people in this world: There are the people who love Black Friday (the hustle and bustle and holiday cheer), and the people who...
5 Fictional Romantic Leads Who Deserve the
It’s no shock that demand for more tales from E.L. James’ Fifty Shades universe remains high. What is a delightful surprise is James’s...
books for everyone
9 Books Even Non-Readers Will Love
Books like War and Peace, David Copperfield, and Ulysses are classics we think everyone should read—but when you take a look at our bookshelves, you...
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This Week in Page to Screen:
Brave New World
, Syfy, Amy Schumer, and More
It’s been a big week for page-to-screen adaptations, so buckle up, book nerds! First off, we’ve got Steven Spielberg, already hard at work on...
May’s Top Picks in Teen Fiction
This month’s most exciting teen books include dishy love stories, sequels we’ve been dying to get our hands on, and an edgy subculture mystery...
, Catch Up on Your John Green
Last summer, the adaptation of John Green’s tearjerker The Fault in Our Stars became a historic hit. This July, a second John Green book will make...
April’s Top Picks for Teens
In this month’s most exciting teen reads, dragons hide in plain sight, a dying girl discovers a whole world above the clouds, and a slave and a...
March's Top Picks for Teens
This month’s most exciting teen books include a psychological thriller We Were Liars fans will love, fantasy sequels we’ve been waiting for,...
Top Book-to-Film Adaptations of 2015
If it weren’t for books, movie theaters would be a whole lot less interesting. And for readers, nothing is more delightful than seeing a beloved...
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and More of Our Favorite Boarding-School Novels
Is there any teen out there who doesn’t occasionally fantasize about being sent off to school far, far away from their parents? Sure, there...
Exclusive Cover Reveal: Jessica Verdi’s
What You Left Behind
Young adult author Jessica Verdi has written about a teen living with HIV (My Life After Now) and a girl going to a “reparative therapy” camp...