As 2022 wraps up, many of us begin to reflect on the events of the past year. To keep up with the tradition on this blog, I share with you my reading list:
The 2021 reading list is here! Check out the Teen Titans comics and other recommendations.
When the lockdown began I didn’t handle it well. I missed being outside and interacting with people. The pile of comics I had at home helped me escape my reality for a while.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. The time when magazine publications and celebrities post their “best of” lists. I am a huge book nerd, so the reading list seemed like the best one to share.
Bronxites braved the cold rain last Saturday as Fordham Plaza transformed into a literary event full of inspiration and joy. Saraciea Fennell had brought her vision to life, proving that the Bronx is indeed a community of readers and that we are not to be overlooked when it comes to educational resources.
The Bronx Library Center opened their space this past weekend for the Bronx Book Fair. The event brought together authors, illustrators, publishers, entrepreneurs, poets, educators, and musicians from the borough to inspire their communities and share their love of reading.
In Milk and Honey, Kaur dives into the depths of her soul. She expresses herself on the topics of rape, sexual harassment, love, heartbreak, sex, women’s rights, and healing. Each poem awakened emotions within me; an experience I never had with other poets in high school.
YouTube star and musician Lindsey Stirling graced New Yorkers with her presence last night at her book signing at the Barnes & Noble in Union Square.
Imagine a child in your life enjoying a book they borrowed from the library so much that they want their own copy. You want to buy this child the book, but there is a major problem: all the bookstores are far away! This is a problem many kids face in The Bronx.