There's one more thing to celebrate on Independence Day. Lewis Caroll's classic favorite, "Alice in Wonderland," is turning 150 years old on July 4, Reuters reports.
Every year, most of us celebrate Independence Day through parties and events, but one can also commemorate this day quietly by reading classic books that show the different colors of America. Here is a list of American classic tales that touched the hearts of people around the world.
Better read these masterpieces before TV sprinkles its DNA all over them.
John Green has been very busy lately to sit down and work some paperback magic, here's why.
It turns out, Raj's love life isn't very different from the actor that portrays him.
Another Michael Crichton classic has inspired a movie.
The eye-opening story of young Jimmy captivated the Miles Franklin Literary Award panel.
Your name might be a new addition to the upcoming novel.
The Reddit interview of "The Giver" author Lois Lowry, expressed her insight about the book's movie adaptation.
American Library Association Annual Conference 2015: Schedule, Highlights, Registration, Things You Need to Know
The world’s largest library association gears up for the 2015 ALA Annual Conference.
Some female novelists are unhappy with the term and says it should be dropped.
Just a heads up, it is NSFW.
The queen wrote at the book at the age of 10.
The actress is said to dish out “juicy” details in her upcoming debut.
The author hinted on an American ‘Hogwarts’ in relation the upcoming movie.