Old newspapers are a treasure trove of information for authors, but these archives are also a great place for readers intrigued by authentic records of days gone by or those who enjoy losing a few interesting hours.
Researchers, educators, and parents all agree—children need to learn about STEM (or STEAM): science, technology, engineering, art, and math. But how do you get kids excited about math, science, and the rest?
Stories are an irrevocable part of our society. Here are the 5 essential life skills you’ll gain from reading fiction.
Authors have the power to add and erase characters from novels and do so often to create a better story for readers. Have you ever contemplated what the world would be like if you had never been born?
What most people consider to be typical historical language is actually elevated, formal language that was likely not used by the average person. Read on for the unauthorized, untold history of historic language!
Learn how Amy Maroney’s chance encounter with a mysterious painting at Oxford University inspired her historical mystery series.
Jimmy Kimmel sends a team to the streets to see if individuals can name a book, any book. The results may shock and disappoint you.
Have you heard about the 850 new words that were added to the Merriam-Webster Dictionary?
Readers have many qualities that make them the kind of people you want to have around. Does this list of 29 things readers are best at sound like you or your book-loving best friend?
Here are 29 books becoming movies in 2018 ordered by their release date. Get them read before the movies come out!
From real-life murderers to disturbing personal habits, how much do you know about the lives behind some of the most popular and publicized writers?