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We love New York’s reading style: on the subway, in the park and just on the street. You can find bookish behavior everywhere! As an homage to our city of devoted readers, we took our camera to the street to … Continue reading
Here are six bits of book news that got us talking around the Bookish office this week: A Case for Letting Kids Read Books on Digital Devices by LeVar Burton for The Stir Trapped Inside the Novel by Tim Parks … Continue reading
Thanks to the popularity of “The Hunger Games” and “Divergent,” it seems like a new dystopian young adult novel comes out every day. With so many options, how do you find the perfect holiday gift? And if your sibling/child/best friend … Continue reading
Tuesday night we joined “Mr. Show” fans and New York City book lovers at the powerHouse Arena in Dumbo to celebrate the launch of “Hollywood Said No!“. Sitting in the front row, we were overjoyed by the writers’ hilarious performance. David … Continue reading
If you’ve logged in to the Bookish homepage this week, you may have noticed something different. We’ve made some changes that should improve your experience – read on for an update of what’s new in the world of Bookish. We … Continue reading
1. Reading makes you smarter. No matter what book your book club decides to read, spending a few hours each week immersed in a book will do your mind some good. 2. Book discussion can be therapeutic. Delving deep into … Continue reading
Here at Bookish, we’re dedicated to connecting readers with great books, which is why partnering with our friends at Springpad was an obvious decision. Springpad is a personal assistant app that helps more than 4.5 million users organize and manage the ideas, information, projects and … Continue reading