Worried that reading the popular 'Harry Potter' series will turn her children into witches, a Christian mother has rewritten the popular books with less spells, more prayers and a straight Professor Dumbledore.
Wiliam J. Mann has written novels, and he's written biographies; he's explored dramatic fiction, and he's produced well-researched histories. Now he brings both those fields of expertise together in the real-life murder mystery "Tinseltown."
Throw open the floodgates and let the information flow. That's essentially the theme of Banned Books Week, an annual event held by various libraries and literary associations from September 21 to 27.
Anne Balay's "Steel Closets" has won a prestigious prize -- and prompted workplace reforms in a traditionally macho profession.
James Beard Award-winning chef Jamie Bissonnette, of Boston's Toro and Coppa and the recently opened Toro in New York, launches his debut cookbook - "The New Charcuterie Cookbook: Exceptional Cured Meats to Make and Serve at Home."
Plume, an imprint of Penguin Random House, says "Leonard Maltin's 2015 Movie Guide" will be the 36th and final edition.
A black comedy set in the Holocaust.
Soldiers returning from Iraq and Afghanistan - how will they fit into the lives they left behind?
When a baby is born, the first question we ask is whether it is a boy or a girl. However, at that point, you can tell what a baby's sex is, but they cannot yet tell you their gender.
A little social history class on the AIDS epidemic.
For the first time, the emotional and definitive version of the story that inspired the 1992 film "Radio Flyer" is available from the film's original screenwriter David Mickey Evans.