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Here are 16 book recommendations for this fall! Grab your pumpkin spice latte and curl up to a good read.

The scent of fall is in the air — and you may also detect the sweet smell of books. Maybe it’s the memories of back-to-school reading lists, or the coziness of couches in cooling weather, or how a steaming mug of cider just calls for a novel to join it, but autumn weather always seems to demand

Chapman University's Tabula Poetica Reading Series kicks off Tuesday, September 19 with Tess Taylor, author of Forage House. You're invited!

Anyone in the mood for some poetry? Tabula Poetica’s Annual Poetry Reading Series beings Tuesday, September 19, 2014 with Tess Taylor, author of Forage House. Tess’ talk will begin at 1:30 p.m. in the Wilkinson Chapel, Fish Interfaith Center, followed by a poetry reading at 4 p.m. in the Henley Read…

Good morning, fellow bookworms!

We are sad to announce there will not be a Big Orange Book Festival this year. We will, however, continue to use this Page to notify the community of literary events at Chapman University and throughout Orange County.

For now, we invite you to view Chapman's 2014 fall Tabula Poetica schedule below.


This event was one for the books! From one bibliophile to another, thank you for your support and social media love!

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Tabula Poetica presents the lectures and readings of its visiting authors in the annual Poetry Reading Series.

After the outrage over Charlie and the Chocolate Factory's new cover, BuzzFeed reimagined more covers for classic books.

After the outrage over Charlie and the Chocolate Factory 's new cover, here are some more reimagined books.

Check out the Top 10 books on Apple's iBooks!

1. If I Stay by Gayle Forman
2. Zero Day by David Baldacci
3. Fifty Shades of Grey by E L James...
4. No Second Chance by Harlan Coben
5. The Hunger Games by Suzanne Collins
6. Fifty Shades Darker by E L James
7. Plain Truth by Jodi Picoult - 9780743422819
8. Good in Bed by Jennifer Weiner
9. Fifty Shades Freed by E L James
10. The Fault in Our Stars by John Green

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The Bill Gates book club? The CEO-turned-philanthropist, has recommended six books for you to read this summer including tomes on business, finance and Obamacare, as well as a romantic comedy!

Microsoft founder Bill Gates has recommended books on business, finance and Obamacare — as well as a romantic comedy.

2014 is the year of the bookworm and here's why!

I used to read, a lot – like a book a week, when I was commuting to work. Then I had kids, I still read pretty often but at that point it was mostly books

No matter what, we always come back to physical books.

What is it about physical books that keeps us coming back for more? ALL THE FEELS. Fatbrain breaks it down, infographic style.

Need a good laugh? Check out these 9 books guaranteed to make you LOL

Originally posted on Kirkus: Thank god for April Fool’s Day and April, period. It’s been a brutal winter; we could all use a good laugh. The only reason you wouldn’t find the books on this week’s list funny is if you&rsquo...

Apparently Russell Brand is writing a children's book that will be retellings of classic fairy tales

(NEW YORK) — Russell Brand's next Booky Wook is for kids. The actor and comedian has a deal with Atria Books for a series called "Russell Brand's Trickster Tales," retellings of classic fairy tales.

Do you have a four-legged friend at home? Check out these 17 books for dog lovers from O, The Oprah Magazine:

Love dogs? Know someone who does? Check out these heartwarming books.

Apps allow comics to be even more dynamic. Flip through pages and interact with each story’s panels. Read more of the The New York Times article below!

The expanding universe of comics can be found in several apps that allow users to flip through pages, zoom in on panels and sample new titles.

It's officially spring! With that in mind, check out these rejuvenating books to read!

After a long, blizzard-filled winter, spring finally seems to be here—an unpredictable March climate notwithstanding. Spring is a time of new beginnings and clean slates, when the last filthy vestiges of winter snow melt away and the trees burs...