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Which Quarantined Book Character Are You Most Like?

Whether you're loving life indoors or going stir crazy, we have a book character for you.

By Kaytie Norman

Inspirational Book Quotes in the Time of Coronavirus

If quarantine has you feeling down, these quotes will lift you up.

By Kaytie Norman

22 Books by Irish Authors You Don’t Want to Miss

The Emerald Isle has given us U2, Guinness, and, most importantly, gifted storytellers.

By Greta Shull

12 Life-Changing Books Every Woman Should Read

Life's too short for boring books. Get inspired with these life-changing reads.

By Jessica Ferri

Alice Walker Tells Us How We Can Have Peace on Earth

Read an essay from Alice Walker’s book, Living by the Word.

By Alice Walker

8 Works of Poetry About Love and Healing

Poetry connects us and proves that we are not alone in our suffering.

By Greta Shull

The Complete Reese's Book Club List

No matter what you like to read, Reese has a book pick for you!

By Kaytie Norman

8 Books About Disease to Get You Through the Coronavirus Outbreak

Understand how people fight—and survive—new diseases.

By Kaytie Norman

9 Books Like Little Fires Everywhere

Soak up the secrets, scandals, and splintering families.

By Kelsey McConnell

Quarantine Reads: All the Books You Can't Put Down

The best Coronavirus prevention? Stay inside with a good book.

By Kaytie Norman

Why Business Adventures Is One of Bill Gates’s Favorite Books

Read stories about Wall Street, General Electric and more.

By Kaytie Norman

The Best Monthly Ebook Deals

Grab these deals on award-winning, bestselling, acclaimed fiction titles before time runs out.

By Early Bird Books Staff

10 Essential Sherman Alexie Books

The National Book Award winner has written much more than The Absolutely True Diary of a Part-Time Indian.

By Early Bird Books Staff

The Best Free Ebooks to Download Today

Download free ebooks for Amazon, Nook, and more!

By Early Bird Books Staff

How Former Slave Elizabeth Keckley Befriended the Lincolns

An excerpt from the memoir of a woman who bought her own freedom and became a dressmaker for Mary Todd Lincoln.

By Kaytie Norman

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