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Wimps and Wizards

Shop this article on Amazon The Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Book 10 by Jeff Kinney Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone: The Illustrated Edition by J.K.

Wimps and Wizards

Shop this article on Amazon The Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Book 10 by Jeff Kinney Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone: The Illustrated Edition by J.K.

IndieReader: Nine Authors Who Break Boundaries with Indie Lit

Shop this article on Shattered Glass by Dani Alexander This article was originally published by IndieReader.

Sara Says...These Are Some of My Favorite "Plane Reads"

Shop this article on The World According to Garp by John Irving My college-age son is getting on a plane tonight for a three-month-long study abroad program in Japan.  An enterprising and resilient sort, he has gotten all his paperwork in order, packed his bags, even bought a gift for his “host mother.” So last night, we sat around talking about what he should take to read on the plane.

Cover for Harper Lee's Novel Revealed

Shop this article on Go Set a Watchman by Harper Lee Arguably the most-discussed book of the year had its cover revealed on this morning.

YA Wednesday: Breaking Down the Walls: Gayle Forman & Nova Ren Suma

Shop this article on Amazon The Walls Around Us by Nova Ren Suma The Walls Around Us is the fourth book from Nova Ren Suma, an author Gayle Forman describes as something of a best kept secret--only with all the chatter and excitement this book is getting (including a spot on our Best YA Books of March list), the secret is out.  Forman recently released her latest title, I Was Here, but she made time to sit down with Nova Ren Suma and ask a few questions about The Walls Around Us for the Amazon Book Review.

Anne Lamott on Abigail Thomas, & "What Comes Next and How to Like It"

Shop this article on Amazon What Comes Next and How to Like It by Abigail Thomas You can’t judge a book by its title, of course, but the name of Abigail Thomas’ new memoir -- What Comes Next and How to Like It -- tells a prospective reader everything she wants to know about what’s inside it.

The Spy (Novelist) Who Loved Me: Olen Steinhauer's Top 5 Fictional Spies

Shop this article on All the Old Knives: A Novel by Olen Steinhauer Hollywood has seen its share of spy stories turn into blockbuster spy films--consider Ian Fleming's incredibly popular James Bond franchise, multiple novels by John le Carré, the Bourne series based on Robert Ludlum's books, and now Hollywood has come a callin' for one of our Top 10 Books of March: Olen Steinhauer's All the Old Knives.

Amazon's Best Books of March: Part Two

Shop this article on The Last Flight of Poxl West by Daniel Torday Here is the second half of our Best Books of the Month.

Hanya Yanagihara's Favorite Books About Male Friendship

Shop this article on Amazon A Little Life by Hanya Yanagihara Hanya Yanagihara’s A Little Life is the thinking person’s big book of the year so far, a long, complex and pretty dark look at the intertwined lives of four college friends.

Graphic Novel Friday: Go Deluxe

Shop this article on DC: The New Frontier Deluxe Edition by Darwyn Cooke We live in a golden age of comic collecting.

Sara Says...There's Something Satisfying About These Celebrity Memoirs

Shop this article on Amazon Born With Teeth by Kate Mulgrew A Fine Romance by Candice Bergen Oh, the promises of spring: Better weather, leaves on trees, naked ankles...And then, of course, there’s a brand new bounty of books which, I’m happy to say, this year includes a couple of straight-up, old fashioned celebrity memoirs.

From IndieReader: If You Liked “The Girl on the Train”, You’ll LOVE…

Shop this article on Big Lake Scandal by Nick Russel This article was originally published by IndieReader.

YA Wednesday: The Musical Stylings of David Levithan

Shop this article on Hold Me Closer: The Tiny Cooper Story by David Levithan Authors and song writers are really two of a kind (after all, what are songs if not very short stories set to music?

"Saving Clara" - by Judith Claire Mitchell

Shop this article on A Reunion of Ghosts by Judith Claire Mitchell Judith Claire Mitchell is the author of A Reunion of Ghosts, which was a Best Books of March selection in Literature & Fiction.

Les Fleurs du Malware

Shop this article on Future Crimes by Marc Goodman It won't surprise many people to read that computers, networks, and personal information are under constant attack.

A St. Patrick's Day Reading List

Shop this article on Paddy Clarke Ha Ha Ha by Roddy Doyle With St. Patrick's Day once again upon us, you might be joining throngs of merry goers at the bar to drink whiskey and green beer and to listen to fiddle-and-brogue-based music.

Foodie Favorites: IACP Award Finalists

Shop this article on The B.T.C. Old-Fashioned Grocery Cookbook by Alexe van Beuren and Dixie Grimes It used to be that a copy of the Betty Crocker Cookbook was all you'd really need in the kitchen, but why limit oneself to a single volume when there are cookbooks on everything from haute cuisine to booze popsicles?

Living From Her Body Instead of Her Mind: Robin Rinaldi on Sowing Her Wild Oats

Shop this article on Amazon The Wild Oates Project by Robin Rinaldi If you’re looking for a straightforward, uplifting memoir about a confused woman having a midlife crisis, the kind of book that you read from beginning to end, piling up in your mind questions answered and lessons learned, the kind of book that ties up everything neatly in a bow and makes you feel all warm and comfortable with the choices you’ve made or are about to make--do NOT, repeat NOT--read Robin Rinaldi’s The Wild Oats Project.  But, if you want to read something about somebody who might be a lot like you, somebody who’s brave enough to admit that she doesn’t always (or even usually) know what she’s doing but she does it anyway, somebody who won’t preach at you or make you feel like you have it even less together than you do--then you can’t NOT read this book.

Weekend Reading

Shop this article on Amazon Unabrow by Una LaMarche This edition of Weekend Reading includes books about delightfully awkward teenagers, murderous militia leaders, Jack and the Beanstalk, and...water (we like to mix it up a bit).