I have three young kids, so people often ask me how I find time to read. For me, I choose to read instead of watching much TV. What about you? How do you fit books into your lives?
Kelly Corrigan's newest memoir, Glitter and Glue, just might solve your need for a Mother's Day gift and beach read.
- Complete review of Glitter and Glue by Kelly Corrigan
- Glitter and Glue Book Club Discussion Questions
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For Christians, this week leading up to Easter is a time of reflection. If you are celebrating Holy Week, you may want to check out one of these recommendations for Christian book clubs.
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Looking for a book to take with you on vacation. Here are some of our favorites.
Here is a calendar of the big new book releases expected this month:
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Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand came out in 2010 and has been a bestseller ever since, so many of you are probably thinking, "Why are you telling me to read this? I read this a long time ago. It's great. Everyone knows it's great." I, however, just read it. And since I read a lot of books and I just got around to this one, I figure there are probably some of you who are hold outs and think, "not my kind of book." If that's you, here is why you should read Unbroken.
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If you liked Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, find out whether the sequel, Hollow City, is as good:
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What's your favorite spring book? See what others think and share your favorites.
Looking for some books to pull you out of this long winter? Here are some books that feel like spring -- young and hopeful.
Lauren Oliver's new young adult novel, Panic, is a page turner about teenagers taking part in a high stakes game. Is it the next YA crossover book for adults?
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