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

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

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. 

To Kill a Mockingbird is Officially America's Favorite Book

Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel came out on top of The Great American Read competition.

A Young Woman is Haunted by a Childhood Disappearance in This Psychological Thriller 

Sarah Meuleman’s debut novel, Find Me Gone, jumps between 1996 and 2014 to paint a devastating portrait of a woman confronted by her past. 

All Seven Harry Potter Books, Ranked

Every Harry Potter book is magical—some more so than others. 

5 Must-Read Carson McCullers Books

Throughout her career, the author of The Heart is a Lonely Hunter showed a deep empathy for, and understanding of, the outsider.

Spanning Genres: The Lasting Influence of Lois Lowry and Her Work

The author explored both light and heavy subject matter—covering everything from contemporary adolescence to dystopian worlds and the Holocaust.

11 Madeleine L'Engle Books You May Have Missed

Look beyond A Wrinkle in Time, and discover the true breadth of the Newbery winner's talent.

Only Child: Terrifying Events Seen Through the Eyes of a Child

Rhiannon Navin’s powerful debut novel, “Only Child,” tells the story of a fictional school shooting, and the lasting impact it has on 6-year-old Zach.

Anne of Green Gables Returns to PBS in The Good Stars 

This Thanksgiving, a more grown-up Anne faces more grown-up challenges.

Biloxi Blues: School District in Mississippi Bans To Kill a Mockingbird

In light of the recent ban on Harper Lee's classic, one writer reflects on the history of racism and "To Kill a Mockingbird" in the South.

The Reluctantly Famous: 5 Authors Who Stayed Out of the Public Eye

J.D. Salinger and Harper Lee were among the clan of writers who eschewed fame for solitude.

Books Like To Kill a Mockingbird

25 recommended reads for fans of Harper Lee's Pulitzer Prize-winning novel.

5 Beloved Characters Who Shaped Our Identity

We're still taking our cues from our literary kid-heroes.

In Defense: Elizabeth Gilbert

Gilbert haters cite Eat, Pray, Love as proof of her failings, and in the process neglect her fantastic, near-perfect novel.

The Re-Read: J.D. Salinger’s The Catcher in the Rye

Revisting this classic novel, one writer discovers the truth about Holden Caulfield, and herself.