Rental Opportunity of the Week: Would You Pay £650 to Sleep in a Kitchen?
This is actually the reduced price. Lucky you!
Here Are the Books Parents Want to Ban in Schools Now
“Forget Tide Pods,” the American Library Association recently wrote. “The latest dangerous fad sweeping the nation is book challenges.”
Why I Finally Stopped Reading Garbage Online
Spending free time with obviously bad content is a waste if the payoff is only getting to say, along with everybody else, "Yeah, haha, it sucks."
Memes Hating on "Twilight" Made Me Too Embarrassed to Read It Growing Up. Today, I Wish I Had
With Stephanie Meyer’s announcement of a new Twilight book coming up, I’m reminded once again how it’s okay to love things others look down upon.
Please Don’t Sue LeVar Burton for Reading Soothing Stories to Scared Children
The Reading Rainbow host said he wants to start doing live versions of his podcast—but can't without permission from authors.
3–5 Year Olds, Stop Reading Now. Everyone Else: Hello, Too Late For You
Recent research gives a glimpse at the effects of screen time on developing brains.
Confessions of a Terrible Reader
Time for your weekly edition of the Funbag. Today, we're talking about cards, dares, hitchhiking, tortillas, and more.
Touring the Worst-Rated Nightspots in… Reading!
Featuring an extremely soulless meet-and-greet with Danny off 'Love Island'.
You Need to Read 'American Spy,' the Obama-Approved Spy Novel That's the Anti-James Bond
Lauren Wilkinson's debut novel is a time-hopping thriller that examines Harlem's gentrification and the experience of Black women.
What Your Summer Book Says About You
From 'Normal People' to 'Just Kids': there's a stereotype for you!
If Indie Bookshops Can Pay a Living Wage, Why Can't Waterstones?
Recently, Waterstones boss James Daunt said the chain "can't afford" to pay a living wage. What can it learn from the independent bookshops who say they already do?
Broadly Picks: 9 Must-Read Books by Women
Feminista Jones, Fatimah Asghar, Virgie Tovar, and other women you need on your bookshelf—today and every day.