When local author Kevin McGill saw a YouTube video of sushi floating through the sky, he got an idea for his own book that he hoped would make kids want to read.
Recent books from critically-acclaimed DFW writers have one thing in common. They make us think, laugh, cry, imagine distant lands and learn about past and current cultures.
Two authors have taken a true story about a small West Texas rescue dog and turned it into a children’s book about second chances and surviving through difficult times.
All seven of the books in the “Harry Potter” franchise are coming to the Kindle’s Lending Library starting on June 19.
Amazon announced that their trade-in program will now accept CDs. Previously, customers were only able to trade in electronics, books and games.
Mattel on Monday unveiled their upcoming Barbie doll styled to look like Katniss Everdeen from the blockbuster film “The Hunger Games.”
After 244 years, the Encyclopaedia Britannica is going out of print. The book-form of Encyclopaedia Britannica has been in print since 1768. It will stop being available when the current stock runs out.
The agent for Tiger Woods is lashing out at former swing coach Hank Haney as excerpts of Haney’s book are being published.
Remember how much money e-readers were supposed to save book buyers? It was among the reasons why 20 million Americans took the plunge.
An overwhelming number of youth voters went to the polls in 2008, but this year looks to be a different story. A new book hopes to prevent that.
In her upcoming memoir, author Kambri Crews looks back on her unconventional childhood with deaf parents in rural Texas, while trying to reconcile her present life.
What caused the great Zombie War? How did mankind survive? That’s the theme of the book “WORLD WAR – Z” by author Max Brooks.