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‘Harry Potter’ was almost very, very different…
These fiction and nonfiction reads showcase an eclectic cast of mothers and daughters from past and present. Share the list, and then get ready to devour and discuss.
These baby sloths raise cute to a whole new level.
If you, like the average American adult, can read about 300 words per minute (or 18,000 words per hour), then you can devour a literary masterpiece in a single afternoon.
What’s the name for the the holes in Swiss cheese? Eyes. The state of being full of beer? Gambrinous. Dazzle your friends and family with this list of truly weird one-of-a-kind words.
The definition of irony: a situation that is strange or funny because things happen in a way that seems the opposite of what you expected. When it comes to finding examples of irony, life proves stranger (and funnier) than fiction.
We’re looking at you, page sniffers and back-to-front flippers! What type of reader are you?
Think your kids are acing school? Well, check out some of their test answers.
These are just too. darn. cute.
Why pencils are yellow, who drank graphite-infused wine, Hemingway’s pointy little secret to great writing, and more.
How parents read to babies, toddlers, and preschoolers can have a huge impact on how much they love reading and how readily they learn to read on their own one day. Here, simple steps you can take at bedtime tonight.
When you were a child, did you stop in the middle of reading ‘Green Eggs and Ham’ and think, ‘Hey, this is really an allegory about race?’ Turns out, the books we loved from our childhood were actually far more complex than we ever imagined.
“All grown-ups were once children… but only a few of them remember it.”
Once seen as child’s play, coloring books for adults are now a nationwide craze. Here’s why you should try it out for yourself.
Need further proof that the Bard was the boss of the English language? Check out these 11 incredibly common phrases that were either coined or popularized by the wordsmith.
Listen up, language lovers. Increase your vocabulary with these pretty words that roll off the tongue.
‘Gone With The Wind’ was almost very, very different…
You’ll never believe the headlines Ernest Hemingway comes up with!
Celebrate the great Dr. Seuss with these surprising numbers that tell the unusual tale of his remarkable life and influence.