13 Cozy Mysteries Set During World War II

Solving crimes in a time when the future itself was a mystery.

20 Historical Fiction Books About Life During World War II

In these historical fiction reads, the effects of war go beyond the battlefield.

Step Inside the White House With These Entertaining Reads

Learn what really goes on behind those closed Palladian doors.

How Ruth Gruber Helped 1000 European Refugees Find Asylum in America

In Haven, the award-winning journalist recounts her incredible—and controversial—involvement in the rescue of thousands of Jews.

10 Books on Terrorism From Our 16 Years at War

Great nonfiction from the soldiers, journalists, and historians of the war on terror.

What was it like it to be John Lennon’s neighbor?

"Life at the Dakota" offers an of-the-period account of John Lennon and Yoko Ono’s time in the Dakota Building.

5 Children’s Books That Celebrate Jewish Heritage

Author Heidi Smith Hyde shares the inspiration behind her books.

All I Have is a Voice: 12 Epic World War II Novels

Celebrate the anniversary of Victory Day with these moving WWII novels.

God Save the Queen: 8 Royal Reads for Her Majesty’s Birthday

Whether you're a royalist or not, you can still enjoy these royal reads.

10 Brainy Beach Reads

Just because you're checked out of the office doesn't mean you're checked out of great reading.

9 Extraordinary Biographies About Strong Women

Dig into the histories of women who shaped the world.

Girl Squad: Fierce Females Throughout History

If girl squads were a thing in the past, these gals would put Taylor and her supermodels to shame.

Literary Pilgrimage: Virginia Woolf’s England

Take a tour of England through the life and work of Virginia Woolf.

11 Bizarre Facts From Robert Caro’s The Years of Lyndon Johnson

One writer listens to 150 hours of the four-volume LBJ biography so you don't have to.

15 Famous Books That Were Initially Rejected

As Samuel Beckett once said: "Try again. Fail again. Fail better."

9 Shocking Things You Didn’t Know About the Suffrage Movement

You know they battled for a woman’s right to vote, but did you know they also faced feeding tubes, macho critics, and police brutality?

These Albert Einstein Books Are Easier to Read Than You Think

He's one of the most brilliant men in history—and one of the most fun to read. See why.