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Ending a Sentence with a Preposition & More Grammar Myths Busted

Everything you learned in school is a lie. But who is behind this grammar conspiracy?

By Early Bird Books Staff

Fact or Fantasy: All About Female Samurai Warrior Tomoe Gozen

Can you tell the difference between historical Japanese legend and creative fantasy fiction?

By Matthew Blackburn & Kaytie Norman

10 Alice Walker Quotes That Amaze and Inspire

Powerful wisdom from the author of The Color Purple.

By Kaytie Norman

In His Own Words: 15 Inspiring Quotes by Pat Conroy

Conroy turned his personal pain into novels that resonated deeply with readers.

By Sierra Tavasolian

24 Book Character Costumes Perfect for Halloween

From children's books to classic horror, we've got you covered.

By Olivia Mason

9 Book Club Books and Wines to Go With Them

Because no reading discussion is complete without a glass (or three) of vino.

By Olivia Mason

Gloria Steinem's Favorite Books, in Her Own Words

The legendary feminist and activist reveals the books that have influenced her life and outlook.

By Early Bird Books Staff

7 Compelling Michael Crichton Movies

Get to know the bestselling author’s cinematic side.

By Matthew Thompson

9 Valentine’s Day Gifts for Book Lovers

Step up your game this Valentine’s Day with these whimsical literary gifts.

By MacKenzie Stuart

The Re-Read: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe

Crawl back through the wardrobe and experience Narnia all over again.

By Molly Reiniger

100 Years: The Life and Work of Madeleine L’Engle 

The ability to understand a child’s imagination is just one of the reasons why the A Wrinkle in Time author’s work has stood the test of time. 

By Sarah Mangiola

Mommie Dearest Author Christina Crawford Opens Up About Her Past and How She’s Moving Forward

To commemorate the 40th anniversary of her groundbreaking book, Crawford talks about abuse, what she hopes readers take away from her story, and new projects on which she’s focused.

By Early Bird Books Staff

The Durrells in Corfu, from Page to Screen

Discover the books behind the hit show on PBS Masterpiece.

By Renata Sweeney

First Read: Fear of Flying, by Erica Jong

Jong's ferocious take on female sexuality, independence, and infidelity is still striking to new readers, 45 years after it was first published.

By Carolyn Cox

The Works of H.G. Wells and His Role in Shaping Science Fiction

The legendary author's sci-fi works were political and realistic, sometimes prescient—and always entertaining.

By Stephen Lovely

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