Posts tagged lit
Posts tagged lit
The world lost a legend with the passing of Lauren Bacall earlier this week. Now, you can read her inspiring story in her own frank and beautiful words. First published in 1978 as By Myself, By Myself and Then Some features new material in addition to the original National Book Award–winning memoir.
The eBook of By Myself and Then Some will be available at a reduced price of $2.99 for a limited time only.
From All or Nothing: One Chef’s Appetite for the Extreme by Jesse Schenker.
My Drunk Kitchen by Hannah Hart is available now in bookstores everywhere! Pick up your copy here.
“I defy anyone to read this surprisingly useful book and not come away from it madly in love with Harto, hoping against hope that one day she will turn up, with alcohol and honesty and a heaped pile of humor, in your kitchen too.” —Neil Gaiman, #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Ocean at the End of the Lane
“Hannah Hart is one of the smartest, funniest humans I know. She has done more than write a book-she has created a delightful hang-out in literary form. This book is my only friend now.” —Chris Hardwick, founder and CEO of The Nerdist Industries
We’re celebrating #ReasonsToRead this week and today is dedicated to one of the most important reasons we read, to learn. Below are some of our favorite books that your little one is sure to love and learn from:
Inside Out and Back Again by Thanhha Lai
On sale now: The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug Chronicles: Cloaks & Daggers with a foreword from Evangeline Lilly. Simply sublime.
YA Classics retold! This week WILD be Alex Mallory is on sale and you’ll be able to finally cross it off your list of 162 YA retellings to reads! WILD is a retelling of Tarzan! Get the complete retellings chart here.
Erika Johansen, author of The Queen of the Tearling, explains Why We Need “Ugly” Heroines, via BuzzFeed.
“I’d really, REALLY like to read a pleasant book for English class. Just once.”
See all of London’s literary BookBench sculptures, like this Paddington bench, via Books about Town.