Simon & Schuster author Linda Geddes explores and debunks common baby and pregnancy myths here.
While you’re on your fall cruise, tuck into these page turners if you’re up for a tale of peril on the sea.
Romance novels, once ignored by literary scholars, are gaining acceptance. Consider Jane Austen and about the $144 billion sales of romance novels in 2012!
Bethenny Frankel shares an excerpt from Skinnygirl Solutions. If you’re traveling on a budget, first ask yourself these eight questions.
New Exhibit At Philadelphia Museum Highlights Artist Who Broke Color Barriers In Children’s Literature
A new exhibit opens Friday at the National Museum of Jewish American History that showcases the work of a children’s author and illustrator most known for breaking a color barrier in children’s literature.
Check out these top summer reading events for kids in the City of Brotherly Love.
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.
Edgar Allen Poe’s works have easily stood the test of time, but the iPoe app shows them off in a way you probably haven’t seen before.
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.
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.
by KYW’s Dr. Marciene Mattleman Censorship isn’t new. Censorship News, the newsletter of the National Coalition against Censorship, reports that censoring books has been around for generations. Recently in Indiana the school administration of Franklin […]