Carolina Ciucci

Carolina Ciucci is a teacher, writer and reviewer based in the south of Argentina. She hoards books like they’re going out of style. In case of emergency, you can summon her by talking about Ireland, fictional witches, and the Brontë family. Twitter: @carolinabeci

8 Fantastic Debut Novels by Indigenous Authors

Many fantastic Indigenous debut novels have been published in the past couple of years. Here are eight to start with.

8 of the Most Purrfect Cat Book Covers

Cat book covers are the best book covers. Don't believe me? Take a look inside for the adorable, the cranky, and okay, the terrifying.

20 Must-Read Horror Short Stories

There's no better time to read horror short stories than October. With Halloween fast approaching, dive into these 20 spooky tales.

What I’ve Learned from (Re)reading Wuthering Heights

I've read and reread Wuthering Heights on an almost yearly basis for over a decade. This is what it has taught me.

8 Exhilarating Novels About Real People

Do you like reading novels about real people? Look inside for books about historical giants like Anne Lowe, Bert Williams, and Empress Wu.

Building Your Bookish Mental Health Toolkit

Have you ever wondered how to build your own bookish mental health toolkit? Keep reading for practical advice and ideas.

A History of Margaret K. McElderry Books

Margaret K. McElderry Books is 50 years old. Here's how it, and its founder, changed the landscape of children's literature

8 Delicious Cooking Memoirs

If you enjoy cooking and memoirs, why not combine the best of both words and dive into the world of cooking memoirs, like Notes from a Young Black Chef by Kwame Onwachi and Joshua David Stein?

10 of the Most Anticipated Sequels and Series Releases Coming Out This Fall

Get the preorders and library holds ready! These highly anticipated sequels and series continuations are hitting shelves this fall.

10 Inspiring Stories of Young Rebels

Check out these ten stories about young rebels, from picture books all the way through middle grade, for inspiration in making good trouble.