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Whether you used to be a frequent attendee at the Scholastic Book Fair or you consumed all of the books in a 12-novel-long fantasy series in high school, sometimes, we avid readers grow up and reach a reading block. Never to fear, no matter how long it’s been since you were able to finish a book unrelated to your...

On my latest murder mystery kick, I picked up “One of Us is Lying” by Karen M. McManus. This book went ninety miles an hour from start to finish, which led to me reading it all in one day. This story has many twists and turns that keep the reader guessing and wanting more. The book focuses on four teens from...

The first book in Lilith’s Brood trilogy, “Dawn” by Octavia E. Butler tells the story of Lilith Lyapo, an African American woman rescued by extraterrestrial species called the ‘Oankali’, who saved the remaining humans on Earth after a nuclear war. After centuries of suspended animation, Lilith wakes up on a spaceship...

As we're about to ring in a new year we reflect on 2021, and especially the books we read in between COVID spikes.

While summer is technically over, 'Beach Read' by Emily Henry lets you hang on to those last bits of sunshine.

There are millions of books out there, but very few focus on queer relationships - even less on sapphic ones. We found five you should read.

"The Love Hypothesis" by Ali Hazelwood is an enemies to lovers story made for college students who want to add some spice to their shelves.

The book does a great job of highlighting the issues that mixed race people faced in a society where black people were ostracized and white people were the golden standard.