required reading

Getting ready to go back to school? Looking to start a book club? Here are 13 timeless books to read this fall.
Jacqueline Woodson’s "Another Brooklyn" explores Bushwick in the 1970s, where three girls grow into young women.
Once upon a time there was a stubborn child who never did what his mother told him to do. The dear Lord, therefore, did not
Students would be more actively engaged and wouldn't dread coming home to do boring "homework." Instead, they would embark on innumerable journeys at night and come to appreciate the art of storytelling.
The National School Boards Association has announced that the Golden Globe winning and Oscar-nominated film and the 1853
Shine Theory: Why Powerful Women Make Great Friends Ann Friedman, The Cut In this terrific piece about "that feeling of resentment
The editors of this book by example and for the love of writing have shown us in the words represented here that they have
"The Odyssey" by Homer "The Handmaid's Tale" by Margaret Atwood This insular little story has not been considered one of
While many recent high school graduates, myself included, are spending their respective summers pursuing a variety of activities, many of them have one thing in common -- required reading.
The most important things you take away from high school are generally learned outside the classroom -- chances are, you
Which articles would be on your must-read list for 2012? Tell us in the comments. "Ashley Judd Slaps the Media in the Face
These 9 fabulous books are my ALL-TIME favorites, meaning they mingle with the brilliance of Harry Potter and The Hunger Games, and are currently up in my mental "to read... again and again and again" bookshelf.
I packed my bags for college having read every single one of Shakespeare's plays and Twain's novels, but not knowing who Jorge Luis Borges or Doris Lessing were. This is a huge problem.
Madame Bovary Gustave Flaubert "It tackles religion, the awkwardness of adolescence, and the weird contraptions that women