One Thing Millennials Aren’t “Killing”: Libraries

One Thing Millennials Aren’t “Killing”: Libraries

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Millennials are using libraries more than any other generation before them. A new study conducted by Pew Research Center has given this age group bragging rights, saying that people born between 1978 and 2004 make most use of libraries.   Many speculations believe the reasons are the free public Wi-Fi that is available. This is a fair point, but a separate study conducted by Pew Research Center found that millennials also outread all the other generations.   via InteractiveWhiteBoards   Another popular theory is that libraries often offer free events and classes. Many libraries will provide more than just knowledge, but …

Readers Beware: R. L. Stine has A NEW SERIES!

Readers Beware: R. L. Stine has A NEW SERIES!

R. L. Stine shaped (or, let’s be honest, scarred) most of our childhoods with his 130 Goosebumps books. He chose the right place, then, when he chose to announce his new Goosebumps series at Comic Con, in front of people dressed as monsters and other cosplayed supernatural beings. That series: a comic series with Marvel called “Man-Thing.”   Marvel first debuted “Man-Thing” in 1971. Stine will change the monster that was once speechless to finally be able to vocalize. The new comic is inspired by a 1950 comic series called “Tales from the Crypt.” In an interview with New York Times, Stine says, “My …

11 Celebrity Chefs’ Review Books

11 Celebrity Chefs’ Review Books

Okay, we don’t know their favorite books… But if we had to guess, these are probably pretty close to what literature they would read and how they reviewed them.   We took some creative liberties in imaging just how some of our favorite celebrity chefs would review books that fit their personalities. Check out some of our favorites below:   1. Gordon Ramsay – ‘The Big Black Book of Very Dirty Words’ by Alexis Munier     Bookstr Imagined Review: “You wouldn’t believe how quickly you can run out of insults during your time as a chef. This helps me keep …

Two New Game of Thrones Books Coming to Shelves

Two New Game of Thrones Books Coming to Shelves

For those who are still anxious about ‘The Book of Swords,’ set to release on October 10th of this year, there is good news. George R. R. Martin has announced that not one, but two new books could be released in 2018.     The new novel, ‘The Winds of Winter’ will be separated in two parts. From a livejournal post on the 22nd, Martin says “Whether ‘Winds’ or the first volume of ‘Fire and Blood’ will be the first to hit the bookstores is hard to say at this juncture, but I do think you will have a Westeros …