Fight for your right to read! This week is Banned Books Week, a week-long annual celebration that celebrates the freedom to read. Everyday, books are challenged and banned for their content, just because there is a chance that it might offend someone. So that is why the book community -librarians, booksellers, publishers, journalists, teachers, and book loversContinue reading “Banned Books Week: Top 10 Challenged Books of 2021”
Are you trying to read more this summer? Don’t fret! Sign up for Cup of Tea’s first annual Summer Reading Challenge! We’ve created compelling and creative prompts that will get you to tick off the books from your TBR list. So take part in this summer’s reading challenge. Remember, summer reading challenges are not justContinue reading “Introducing 2022 Summer Reading Challenge”
Hello hello! I’m back once again to pen a guest piece on my friend Tabrizia’s blog. For today’s post, we’re going to be focusing on a number of titles that are aimed at younger readers, ages 10 to 12 to be specific. While most of the manga that gets licensed & translated here in theContinue reading “Great Manga Series For 10-12 years old”
Cheers for Heartstopper! The love story of Nick and Charlie has gripped the world ever since Alice Oseman debuted the Heartstopper webcomic back in 2016, and from 4 physical copies later, readers alike can’t get enough of Heartstopper. And with the Netflix series hitting our small screens last month, a wider audience deeply fell in love with a storyContinue reading “Heartstopper Readlikes: Books To Read After Reading ( & Watching) The Series!”
May 5-May 15 is Bronx Week, the celebration of the culture and heritage of what makes this borough of New York City truly great. It’s always great to celebrate my home borough but instead of highlighting the great institutions that come out of the Bronx, but also wanted to take the time uplift the BronxContinue reading “The Bronx is Writing: Bronx Writers To Read for Bronx Week”
Are you looking for something cozy and spine tingling to read for this Spring season? Reading mysteries are not only great to read during the winter time, but as the weather starts warming up and reading outside becomes a thing again, there’s nothing better than snuggling up with an engrossing mystery. The following recommendations perfectlyContinue reading “Recent Crime Thrillers To Entertain You This Spring”
Welcome to Poem of the Week, an annual feature on this blog that celebrates National Poetry Month. Every Sunday, in the month of April, start the week off with an uplifting poem and discovery why poetry still matters.