Nine books by Donald Culross Peattie, once one of America's most popular naturalists, are being reissued.
On this day of gratitude, let's give thanks for writers. Which authors would you put on your top 10 list?
Writer Joel Hoffman of 'The Bible's Cutting Room Floor' discusses the editing that was done by the humans who compiled the Old and New Testaments.
JetBlue is adding e-books from HarperCollins to its entertainment mix. Passengers can read excerpts from new titles and then choose to purchase the rest.
'Going Clear' was shortlisted for the National Book Award.
Barnes & Noble will be offering 500,000 copies of signed works by major authors to kick off the holiday shopping season. But will it be enough?
Boone says the production has "people on board in certain roles' and that production could begin 'maybe in the spring.'
A poet laureate faces the same challenge as all the rest of us: There's more great stuff to read than there is time to read it in.
Indies First, in which authors appear at independent bookstores and sometimes work as booksellers, will be happening again this year on Small Business Saturday. Take a look at who's signed up.
Through the campaign, the publisher will donate a book to the organization Save the Children every time someone uses the hashtag online. Penguin Random House will make donations up to 25,000 times.
'The Rosie Effect' has already been released in some other countries to mixed reviews. One critic called the sequel 'twice as long [as "The Rosie Project"] and only half as good,' though another found it to be a 'chuckle-filled triumph.'