books

In Faith Walking, Erica Campbell recites the scripture, "my people perish for lack of knowledge."

Boys who go to neighborhood barbershops in the Mobile and Pritchard, Alabama area are getting more than a haircut. They’re also discovering books they can relate to, with characters that look like them.

Brooklyn’s Anaya Lee Willabus is the youngest published author in U.S. history to write a chapter book. Her work, titled The Day Mohan Found His Confidence, is about a boy’s struggle to balance his life at home and at school – something to which we can all relate.

The famed media personality and real estate guru is starting the year off with a bang by snagging one of the most coveted award nominations in the entertainment industry.

The saying "laugh to keep from crying" has never been so relevant.

Renaming the Charleston library she served for 30 years is a fitting tribute to Cynthia Hurd, one of the nine churchgoers killed during the AME Shooting last…

Hey, remember books? In case not, you should know that literacy is still celebrated in today’s very digital world. This week marks National Children’s Book…

Christian Small Publishers Association (CSPA) is pleased to announce the winning titles for the 2015 Christian Small Publisher Book of the Year Award. Christian Small…

One young lady has inspired girls to love themselves and their hair with her award-winning comic book, BuzzFeed reports. Troubled by her natural tresses and skin tone,…

In a season chock-full of "Top 2015" lists, from hottest celebrities to best political moments, we must not forget the literature that moved us