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January 2017

10 Creative Bookmarks Every Book Lover Needs Today!

We all have our ways of marking our place in a book before closing it for the time being no matter if it is a folded page, old receipt from the grocery store or just the ridiculous idea that we... Continue Reading →

These are the books students at Princeton University are required to read

There are many books that leaders of tomorrow are required to read in order to become successful people. The required readings skew toward the humanities—science and engineering classes tend to assign fewer titles—and not surprisingly, toward the Western canon.In the US,... Continue Reading →

10 Mugs All Book-Lovers Must Have Right Now

As every normal person in the world, I start my day with a cup of coffee. But my choice of a cup can be very difficult sometimes. Especially, when I have this enormous collection of coffee mugs.  As a morning person,... Continue Reading →

Bookends-Unique Gift for Book Lovers

Bookends are a wonderful way to organise your library and decorate the space at your home in a unique way. Not only this but bookends are one of the best gifts for every book lover.  Wonder Woman Bookend This wonder... Continue Reading →

5 outstanding books that you definitely should give away to your children

Reading bedtime stories is perhaps one of the happiest moments between a parent and a child. This is a wonderful opportunity to make a step into the exciting world of miracles and magics and to encourage the passion for literature... Continue Reading →

Literary Heroines for Fans of Veronica Mars

Veronica Mars has made a mark in television history for its progressive elements and feminist sensibilities. Its title character (played by the phenomenal Kristen Bell) is a wisecracking, taser-wielding, whip-smart trailblazer with a proclivity for snooping and a higher level... Continue Reading →

Female Sleuths for the Intrepid Soul

Detective fiction has been predominantly male-centric. Perhaps the first name that comes to mind with regards to this genre is Sherlock Holmes from the popular stories by Arthur Conan Doyle. For young readers, The Hardy Boys offered a taste of... Continue Reading →

Paper Towns by John Green

Still reeling from the success of the film adaptation of The Fault in Our Stars, John Green proudly announced that the same production team is bringing another one of his stories to life. Set to hit theaters on July 24... Continue Reading →

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