J.K. Rowling is whipping up excitement about Pottermore, her mysterious new website that's said to be "amazing," "engaging," "breathtaking" – and completely secret until June 23.
We asked our readers what they are reading this month and – on a scale of 1 to 10 – here are the books they're enjoying the most.
"Parks and Recreation" deputy director Leslie Knope (a character who exists only on TV) will publish a book about Pawnee (a place every bit as fictional as Knope).
Kobo's new eReader Touch Edition – the smallest, lightest, and cheapest touchscreen e-reader yet – is getting rave reviews.
Eva Gabrielsson, longtime companion of "Millennium" author Larsson, will tour the US, promoting her memoir and raising awareness about her lawsuit.
Maybe I'm being unreasonable, but I really don't want my kids to learn all the secrets of the "Harry Potter" books before they read them.