• Month-By-Month Literary Holiday Calendar

    Month-By-Month Literary Holiday Calendar0

    This month-by-month literary holiday calendar will ensure you never miss an important date in the world of literature. January 18: Winnie the Pooh Day via GIPHY 19: Edgar Allan Poe’s birthday via GIPHY 25: Burns Supper (Robert Burns’s Birthday) via GIPHY National Braille Literacy Month via GIPHY February 1-7: Children’s Authors and Illustrator Week via

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  • Best Of BookTube: Diversity Dialogues #01 – Me In Media

    Best Of BookTube: Diversity Dialogues #01 – Me In Media0

    Best of BookTube highlights our favorite videos about books and the vloggers who create them. In the second episode of the series, Marines from My Name is Marines hosts a diverse group of BookTubers to discuss the impact of seeing themselves represented in media for the first time, specifically in works of literature. Watch the video  

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  • 8 Ways To Read More Books In The New Year

    8 Ways To Read More Books In The New Year0

    Are you determined to read more books next year? Here are 8 ways to read more books in the new year. 1. Turn off the television. via GIPHY Because those hours sitting in front of a screen watching stories could easily be hours in front of a book reading stories. FYI: You will enjoy reading

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  • Best Of BookTube: Modern American Classics You May Have Missed

    Best Of BookTube: Modern American Classics You May Have Missed0

    Best of BookTube highlights our favorite videos about books and the vloggers who create them. In the first episode of the series, Russell from Ink and Paper Blog talks about modern American classics you may have missed including To Kill a Mocking Bird by Harper Lee, A Death in the Family by James Agee, Midnight

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  • 8 Reasons To Read In Restaurants

    8 Reasons To Read In Restaurants0

    Table for one? Perfect! Here are 8 reasons to read in restaurants as well as other dining establishments including bars and cafes. 1. Because books make great company when you are dining alone. http://fleurdulys.tumblr.com/post/103469602483/reading-in-the-restaurant-alexandre-auguste 2. Plus food and books go well together. http://scriptoffire.tumblr.com/post/131850301571/scriptoffire 3. Not to mention books and coffee! http://like-fairy-tales.tumblr.com/post/160362056628/by-abby-crimebythebook 4. Because other people

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  • “What Do You Want For Christmas?” 10 Responses By Book Lovers

    “What Do You Want For Christmas?” 10 Responses By Book Lovers0

    Do you love books? Have you ever been asked the question: “What do you want for Christmas?” If yes, then you have probably given at least one of the following responses: 1. When a new friend asks you. 2. When your best friend asks you. via GIPHY 3. When your online friends ask you. via

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