Here are poetry collections, like Desgraciado: The Collected Letters by Angel Dominguez, that will have you parsing through your emotions and engaging in introspection — perfect for the colder months.
Snatch your favorite enchanting YA fairy tales book off the shelves — perhaps Skin of the Sea by Natasha Bowen? — and hunker down for a long, dark night full of stardust and mischief.
Whether you're seeking a witchy woo-ing, a macabre mystery, or a phantasmagoric fantasy, you'll love these Halloween books for adults, like The Monsters We Defy by Leslye Penelope.
From home decor to book accessories, these bookish goodies will help you bring paper play into your Halloween season this year.
From picture books to reads for teens, sex education books for kids are more important than ever in this age of censorship, including Celebrate Your Body (and Its Changes, Too!) by Sonya Renee Taylor .
These authors are beloved in the adult fiction aisle, but they're crossing over into middle grade and young adult books, too!
A society's monsters reflect its fears, so what does our long-running obsession with zombies represent about us?
There are so many fantastic SFF books for middle grade and YA readers that it can be overwhelming. Here's a good place to start.
Time travel novels bring time periods together in new and thought-provoking ways. Here are some you can't miss.
So you've read that one book, but what about a lesser known one? Find out which under-the-radar book you should read next.