Kick the new year off right by tearing off your blindfold and reading Bird Box, tidying up your house while listening to everyone’s favorite cleaning consultant, Marie Kondo, and more.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year! While everyone’s been reading Michelle Obama’s Becoming, we’ve been catching up on the books we didn’t get around to earlier in 2018.
Scribd has teamed up with the leading mobility app so you can read on the road.
Now that we must succumb to darkness by 5pm every day, it’s time to get cozy with some autumn-appropriate literature, including a buzzy debut from Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, Susan Orlean’s latest on libraries, and more.
For the first time, readers can access unlimited* books and audiobooks alongside digital access to The New York Times — all in one subscription.
Grab a pumpkin spice latte and start hibernating this fall with these top picks, including: The newest Haruki Murakami novel, Hank Green’s debut, and more.
Celebrate Banned Books Week (September 23 - 29, 2018) with these frequently challenged books.
Soak up the last of summer and prepare for Banned Books Week later this month with these reads: The debut novel from Ling Ma, a buzzy addition to the feminist dystopia genre, and more.
The final full month of summer brings a lot of big new releases and book-to-movie adaptations, including: the (deservedly) hyped The Incendiaries, the next blockbuster YA dystopian The Darkest Minds, and more.
Reading lists for your next vacation. Today’s stop: Morocco.