There’s nothing better than relaxing at the beach or by the pool with a good book in your hand. This summer kick back with one of these new release by our favorite authors from Simon & Schuster.
Looking for some good books for Mom this Mother’s Day? Our friends at Simon & Schuster put together this great list covering everything from personal memoirs to fictional mysteries and more.
Some prefer the smell of a book and the feel of it in their hands, and the Philadelphia area is still full of many specialty bookstores where you can buy, trade or even sell books.
A lot of gardeners are book lovers too, and that’s why the Scott Arboretum hosts a monthly book discussion called “Nature’s Narratives.” It’s free and anyone can join in.
Research has shown a strong relationship between reading to kids and their later reading success. Whatever you read, it’s the nuances of language that matter and it shouldn’t be confined to the very young.
Despite the proliferation of ebooks and ‘digital snacking’, the number of novels now being printed is at an all-time high.
Check out these books on the city’s edible landscape, and you’ll see why Philly is quickly gaining recognition as a foodie paradise.
If financial topics make your head spin, there’s a new book that’s easy on the eyes, and maybe on that vertigo, too.
Oh, our achin’ backs! It’s a common complaint and also one of the first subjects being tackled by a new direction in the popular Chicken Soup for the Soul series.
There are not two Americas, as some political discourse goes, but three, according to Cal-Berkeley Professor of Economics Enrico Morelli.
Are you a voracious reader but wish you had a group to dish with about all those great books? If so, you’re in luck because Philadelphia is home to dozens of book clubs for all types of readers.
Mariel Hemingway may be best known as an actress, but she’s also an author of a few books promoting a healthy mind, body and spirit. She appeared as part of the “Minding Your Mind” speaker series in Ardmore.
The number of people being diagnosed with autism spectrum disorders is on the rise, and while there are many different types, a new book looks at one of the best-known from the inside.
A lot of us would like to be more creative in our daily lives, and a Philadelphia native says it’s less about waiting for inspiration than training yourself for the task.
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