Beautiful “Read” posters for classrooms and libraries

Andrew Kolb created the posters for Artists for Education, a movement bringing artists together to create free, beautiful, educational artwork for classrooms.

Christmas trees made by Polish librarians

To get you in the holiday spirit, we have found a few examples of how Polish libraries and cultural institutions celebrate Christmas.

Favorite Shakespeare’s insults to use more often (infographic)

The original list includes over 70 quotes, and some of them – mentioning only “Away, you three-inch fool!” – you must have already known.

Printable Book Lover’s Calendars for January-March are here!

Download high-resolution calendars in the pdf format that's large enough to be printed on the US letter or A4 paper.

6 benefits of short stories in the digital times (infographic)

Short stories give a pleasure of finishing a story, they are a convenient way to try new genres, they are a great read between the novels.

These accessories will help you read for long hours

Take a look at accessories and appliances that will let you read books hands-free, be it electronic or print.

Men Without Women, Amerika, and To the Lighthouse enter the public domain in 2023!

They become available for anyone to use freely, and it’s just a matter of time to see them published by Project Gutenberg or Internet Archive.

A reading challenge list, created by artificial intelligence

It's probably the world's first reading challenge list, created almost entirely by artificial intelligence.

USA Today’s best-selling books list is suspended

USA Today’s book bestseller list was compiled weekly from sales data from retailers across the United States.

11 most interesting books that are set in Argentina

Books by Julio Cortázar, Ernesto Sabato, Jorge Luis Borges, Adolfo Bioy Casares, and Roberto Arlt.

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