Warren the 13th and the Whispering Woods

Warren the 13th is back in another lushly illustrated middle grade adventure.

August Nook Book Deal: Hollow City

Hollow City by Ransom Riggs only $9.99 on Nook

Get it before it's over! The Nook Book Deal ends this Thursday.

The Art of Miss Peregrine's

Yesterday, Entertainment Weekly released exclusive on-set photos from the Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children movie. In The Art of Miss Peregrine's Home for Peculiar Children, Leah Gallo takes us behind the scenes to show how the Ransom Riggs' photographs were crafted into a book, which then Tim Burton turned into a movie. 

Tim Burton's first step into the Peculiar world was with his collaborator and concept artist, Dermot Power. Powers' early artwork reminded us of all the wonderful fan art we received during our #5PeculiarYears contest and we just had to share with you.

Enjoy!

Harry Potter Literary Roundup

Just when you thought the magic was over, it revs right back up. Hold on to your hats, muggles. In honor of the new script, we've rounded up some bookish gear and accessories perfect for writers and readers who love the series. 

Best of the Best: BFFS in Literature

Tomorrow's the International Day of Friendship, y’all! Grab your best friend, your library card, and a patch of shade, because the best way to celebrate your fantastic pairing is to create a book club of two exploring the messy, beautiful, and honest connections between some of our favorite protagonists. Pairs well with ice cream and tissues.

London Locations: Cursed Child Bucket List

If you're near the West End of London this July, you're probably like, "What's with the long lines outside the Palace Theatre?" That is, until you remember that the Palace Theatre is home to the debut production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.  As London’s answer to the buzz around Hamilton (which has yet to reach the UK), Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is sold out until June 2017 – and the next round of tickets are eagerly awaited.

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