Here at BookBub, books play a huge role in our daily lives. As we reflect on what we’re grateful for this Thanksgiving, it’s no surprise that books bubble to the top of our lists.
From traveling to shopping to cooking, the holiday season can get hectic. When it gets too stressful, just remember that you can always escape into a good book. In fact, just thinking about reading can be therapeutic.
If you’re a nonfiction reader, there are a lot of new options for you this fall. Parks and Recreation star Amy Poehler has a new memoir out; former president George W. Bush has a new book out about his father, George H.W. Bush; there’s a new biography of comedian Bob Hope; and lots more.
How do you explain Thanksgiving to children? It’s important, but not exactly straightforward. Fortunately, there are lots of great books that explain the story and the meaning of Thanksgiving in ways that are thoughtful, accessible, and fun.
If you live in the US, you probably know that next Friday is Black Friday. Here’s what you might not know: Today is #BookFriday. We’re calling today #BookFriday because we want to celebrate this last normal Friday before holiday craziness sets in — and all the great books we’re hoping to read over the holidays.
It’s the time of year again when we deck the halls, open our homes, and gather around dining room tables to eat, drink, and be merry with our closest friends and family members.
As Mockingjay: Part 1 hits theaters on Friday, the buzz is all about Suzanne Collins’s bestselling trilogy.
When winter comes to New England many of the region’s college students take refuge in the best possible place: their school’s library.
With Thanksgiving right around the corner, we decided to have some fun with our menu planning, turning to bestselling novels and memoirs for inspiration. Whether you’re hosting, or simply tasked with bringing a side dish, here are 11 recipes that the book lovers at your Thanksgiving table will appreciate. Bon appétit! Wildling cider from… Read More
The rivalry between two of the best NCAA football teams will be burning bright this Saturday, as the Mississippi State University Bulldogs prepare to take on the University of Alabama Crimson Tide in Tuscaloosa at 3:30pm EST.