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Behold the Dreamers is Oprah's Latest Book Club Pick 

“It’s got everything that’s grabbing the headlines in America right now.”

By Olivia Mason

The Kids Are All Right: New Research Shows That Millennials Love Their Libraries

According to a new study, Millennials are the most likely generation to visit at local library.

By Olivia Mason

To Kill A Mockingbird Gets the Graphic Novel Treatment

The latest adaptation of reclusive author Harper Lee’s work follows the controversial 2015 release of the “sequel” to the classic novel, titled “Go Set a Watchman.”

By Olivia Mason

Before They Were Published…

The surprising jobs of authors, pre-fame.

By Bookstr

The Latest Dunkirk Trailer Packs a Serious Punch

Get inside the battle that was truly fought by a nation.

By Olivia Mason

New Covers for Alice Walker Books

Because beautiful books deserve beautiful covers

By Olivia Mason

Inspiring Nonfiction Books About Nature and Animals

Celebrate the birds and the bees and the flowers and the trees.

By DeAnna Janes

Ending a Sentence with a Preposition and Other Grammar Myths Busted

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

By Early Bird Books Staff

New Covers for Sherman Alexie Ebooks

Open Road Media is thrilled to reveal new covers for ebooks by Sherman Alexie

By Rachel Krupitsky

Remembering David Storey, Author of This Sporting Life

The beloved British author died Sunday March 26th at the age of 83

By Renata Sweeney

Remembering Newbery Award-Winner Nancy Willard

In memory of the beloved author, we share a poem from her collection Swimming Lessons

By Renata Sweeney

14 Fantastic Things That Can Happen at the Library

The most magical place on Earth? We think so.

By Megan Radogna

Who Wrote It: Anne Sexton or Sylvia Plath?

Take our quiz to test your knowledge of the famous poets' work.

By Jessica Ferri

Fierce Female Warriors in Romance

In Sabrina Jarema’s Lord of the Runes, love is only the beginning of the adventure

By Renata Sweeney

Autopsy: A New Poem by Sherman Alexie

Sherman Alexie reflects on President Trump's immigration ban through poetry

By Staff

How to Start an Online Book Club

Online book clubs allow for great discussion without your leaving home. Here's how to create your own.

By Olivia Mason

How I Learned We Can Have Peace on Earth

"Whatsoever you do the least of these, you do also unto me—and to yourself. For we are one."

By Alice Walker

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