A really great book can transport you to another time or place, and help you to better understand the lives of people you might otherwise never encounter, or perhaps help you better understand those who you see everyday. This week’s best new books feature a number of titles that can do just that.
There was a time where you could see wonderfully creepy horror covers peeking out at you from the shelves just about everywhere, be it your local bookshop or right next to the magazines at the supermarket. While those days have passed, anyone who might look back at them fondly can relive a little of it with this lovingly assembled collection of some of the era’s most memorable cover art.
The practice of slavery is one of our country’s greatest national shames, but it’s still one that I don’t think many people fully grasp. In 1931 renowned author Zora Neale Hurston set out to help us all better understand it by meeting with Cudjo Lewis, the last known survivor of the Atlantic slave trade.
The weather has certainly taken a turn for the worse here in New Jersey, but on the plus side, it’s perfect for cuddling up inside with a book!
Labor Day weekend has come and gone, marking the unofficial end of Summer. Luckily there’s still lots of warmth and sunshine making it perfect for reading a great book outside
The Summer is almost over, but there’s still some great books hitting the shelves this week!
September is upon us, which means it’s back to school for some, but it also means that we are treated to some of the most beautiful weather of the year! And since September happens to be National Wilderness Month, it’s the perfect time to get out and enjoy nature! Of course, not every day is […]