At the New York Public Library, Gaiman read an edition of 'A Christmas Carol' that Dickens himself had edited for live readings.
In a twist on the selfie trend, bookshelfies post pictures of themselves in front of their bookshelves, sharing their reading selections with the world.
Hachette, a longtime holdout among America's "big six" publishers, will make its full e-book catalog available to nonprofit public libraries and school libraries across the nation on May 8th.
The publishing industry shows signs of maturity with a spate of new books addressing bullying.
New York Times critic Dwight Garner stopped at book-centered destinations throughout the Big Apple. 'I was smitten all over again,' Garner wrote after his excursion.
Local libraries are becoming centers for creativity and innovation – not only places to borrow stuff, but also places to make stuff.
A growing number of public and college libraries are deciding to remove paper-and-ink books from their shelves.
After yanking their e-book titles from libraries last year, Penguin is launching an e-book pilot program for libraries in New York.