Survey: Old Fashioned Books Still Preferred Over eReadersWhen you go to pick up a book, do you grab the real thing or an eReader? Most people still prefer the good old fashioned paper book, according to a new Pew Research survey.
7 Best Beach Reads For Summer 2016Warm summer weather means it’s time to pack up your bag with a great new book, don your sunglasses, and hit the beach.
7 Books That Will Make Great Father's Day GiftsThis Father’s Day, whether your dad’s a fan of thrillers, sports, or history, these books are sure to show just how much he means to you!
Best Books That Make The Perfect Gifts For GraduatesGraduation season is in full swing and whether the person you know is graduating from middle school, high school, undergrad or grad school, they could probably use some guidance about what comes next.
Bookstore Sales On The RiseFirst vinyl stages a comeback, and now so does the printed word. The popularity of e-books like the Nook and Kindle had people predicting that bookstores would become a thing of the past.
'Books For Africa' Donations Hit 2 Million Mark In TanzaniaTom Warth, founder of 'Books for Africa,' turned 80 on Friday. He celebrated his eighth decade right after completing a 20-mile fundraising walk in the heat and humidity of Africa.
Best Winter Book Club PicksWinter is a great time to hang out with a group of friends and discuss great books.
Steamy Romances To Keep You Warm This Valentine's DayWinter has finally descended and chilly temperatures are here to stay for Valentine's Day.
Holiday Gift Guide For Your Favorite BookwormHoliday shopping can be stressful, but this gift guide will make it much easier! Our sister company Simon & Schuster has a book that will please everyone on your list.
Book Details History Of Faribault Woolen MillThe Faribault Woolen Mill has been keeping people warm with wool blankets since 1865. It is Minnesota's oldest manufacturer. Now you can learn more about this company's long history in a new book called "Faribault Woolen Mill: Loomed in the Land of Lakes."
Mpls. School District Cuts Ties With Publisher Over Racist BooksMinneapolis Public Schools has cut ties with a publisher that provided books with racial stereotypes.