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It’s Lit: Fall Looks Inspired by Classic Novels

Sup, bookworms! We're back with our second installment of It's Lit, and we've rounded up fab fall looks and the classic novels that inspired them. Cheers to a book-filled October and beyond! Read more »
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It’s Lit: Vacay Looks Inspired by Our Fave Beach Reads

There's no denying our love of sunnies and sandals, but sometimes a new book can be your best beach accessory. If your reading list is in need of a refresh, read on to discover our favorite page-turners and the shoreline styles inspired by them! Read more »

What’s in a Bloom? The Language of Flowers

For centuries, flowers have been used to convey different messages, sentiments, and gestures. Basically, flowers were the O.G. emojis. Read more »

Lit Loves: Mary Robinette Kowal, Author and Puppeteer

If you enjoy Jane Austin and think adding magic can improve anything, you'll adore this Lit Love! Read more »
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Lit Loves: Edward Gorey

An artist, playwright, author, and animal activist with a penchant for collecting cats, Edward Gorey had an odd sense of humor. Read more »
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Lit Loves: Peter S. Beagle, Novelist, Poet, and Songwriter

This Lit Love has won both the Hugo and the Nebula awards, and he received a World Fantasy Award for Lifetime Achievement in 2011. Read more »
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Inside the Country Diary of an Edwardian Lady

An English contemporary of Beatrix Potter, Edith Holden was also a talented watercolor artist and naturalist. Read more »
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Why The Baby-Sitters Club Was the Perfect Y.A. Series

Does the sight of those block letters make your inner tween clap with glee, too? Read more »
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Lit Loves: The Truly Fascinating Beatrix Potter

Beatrix Potter helped to pave the way for female voices in predominantly male spheres and provided us with dear Peter Rabbit and co. Read more »
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The Ways Victorian Book Designs Win Our Hearts

There are many aesthetic reasons to cherish vintage books. Read more »
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