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.
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.
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John Green has been very busy lately to sit down and work some paperback magic, here's why.
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The Booker Prize-winning author will share a few insights on love and dating in an upcoming collection.
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Another Michael Crichton classic has inspired a movie.
Grey's young adult fantasy "Ferals" is being made into a television series by Fox.
With Rebecca Thomas on board, John Green thinks that his novel "could be a really great movie."
The "Harry Potter" star is off to becoming a wizard in the field of tech.
Vernon and Petunia were made to be an incessantly mean couple in the "Harry Potter" books.
The eye-opening story of young Jimmy captivated the Miles Franklin Literary Award panel.
The "Birdman" star is joining the cast of "Imagine Agents."
Your name might be a new addition to the upcoming novel.