Pick up some excellent YA books featuring part-Asian characters, by part-Asian writers, including Permanent Record by Mary H.K. Choi.
How do books make it into a TV show? Who decides on the titles? What do they add to the show? A look at how TV shows use books as props.
I've reached out to AAPI-owned bookstores across the country and got the scoop on the AAPI-authored books they love and recommend.
We’ve rounded up 13 books to help you seamlessly transition into post-pandemic entertaining, including The Art of Gathering: How We Meet and Why It Matters by Priya Parker.
From historical adventures to modern stories to sci-fi worlds and vivid fantasies, take a look at these YA books by AAPI authors, including Luck of the Titanic by Stacey Lee.
Check out these 10 Asian Pacific American Award for Literature winners and honor titles in adult fiction and nonfiction, YA, and children's literature.
Dig into the events, legends, and stories that shaped the history of China with the best Chinese history books for adults and kids.
These nonfiction books about love will leave you with a million interesting love-related things to mull over way after Valentine’s Day, including Wedding Toasts I’ll Never Give by Ada Calhoun.
These short story collections by Asian authors, like A House Is a Body by Shruti Swamy, explore themes that sometimes overlap, but still present unique perspectives of the world.
Whether it’s a banned book duvet cover or a book page throw, a book blanket is the perfect warm and fuzzy—but also extremely smart—gift.