“The term 'antiracist' refers to people who are actively seeking not only to raise their consciousness about race and racism, but also to take action when they see racial power inequities in everyday life. Being an antiracist is much different from just being 'nonracist,' as Black antiracist Marlon James made clear.
One of our followers on Instagram requested recommendations for short classics—so our booksellers put together some favorites!
These kid's books about books, libraries, and bookstores celebrate the bibliophile in all of us! Books are ordered below by reading level (less advanced to more advanced). —Julia
It’s springtime and our fair little feathered and winged friends are back to share the season with us. Learn more about them here. —Vicki
It is a truth universally acknowledged that Jane Austen is the bread and butter of the average bibliophile! If you find myself turning to Jane Austen as I am—for its delicate social dynamics, its romance, and its time period—than you'll also love these books inspired by and akin to her best works.