From villains to tragic heroes, these days, there’s a whole self-help genre that might have provided comfort for Shakespeare's tortured characters. Here are some books we wish we could recommend:
This Earth Day, and we’re reminiscing about the ultimate Earth Day hero, Captain Planet. Technically, he only exists when the planeteers combine their powers, but let’s imagine that when they’re not in need of him, he’s hanging out somewhere, maybe in a bamboo hammock or tiny house, catching up on his reading. Here are some books Captain Planet would love.
Shakespeare still lives on in the beloved teen adaptations of his plays such as Ten Things I Hate About You, She's the Man, and O. In honor of four hundred years since his passing, we've dreamed up for more teen adaptations we would like to see of his work.
Georgia O'Keeffe once said that no one takes the time to look at flowers. It's true that, while appreciated for their beauty, flowers aren't regarded as "serious" plants. Maybe that's why so many authors turn flowers into plants that are powerful, dangerous, and magical. In honor of Spring, here are some of our favorite fictional flowers.
Since we're book nerds inside and out, it only follows that we also show our booklove at home inside and out. Now that it's Spring (or is it snowing where you are? If so, maybe bookmark this for later...), it's a great time to turn your garden into a magical, bookish wonderland. Check out these cool items you can bring straight out of the pages of some of our favorite classics.