Saturday, February 25, 2017
We know Leo isn't nominated for any Oscars this year, but we can take a look at the 12 books he brought to the screen.
A great list has been provided by Off the Shelf,
so check it out.
Or you can just keep looking at the above gif.
But you could just travel around right here on earth
with these terrific titles...
take a look at our Travel section
read an issue of National Geographic Traveler!
Read about the planetary discovery here.
Friday, February 24, 2017
The very first issue of The New Yorker was published February 21st, 1925.
You can read the current issue and back issues right here with your library card.
You can also read 107 more magazines on your reading devices, laptop or pc!
Getting your devices ready!
Wednesday, February 22, 2017
Tom Hanks has written, Uncommon Type: Some Stories.
According to an interview with Entertainment Weekly,
"..the collection comprises 17 stories, each having something to do with a different typewriter. (Hanks has an affinity for the machines, owning a collection of over one hundred vintage typewriters.)"
Expect it to hit shelves October 24th of this year.
Hanks will also record the audio version.
Read the Entertainment Weekly interview here!
Tuesday, February 21, 2017
Saturday, February 18, 2017
Friday, February 17, 2017
Here's this from Access Hollywood:
"Actress-producer Krysten Ritter is becoming a novelist.
Crown Archetype told The Associated Press on Wednesday that it had acquired Ritter's "Bonfire," a psychological thriller about an environmental lawyer and a company accused of dumping toxic chemicals. The book is scheduled for publication on Nov. 7. Ritter said in a statement that she welcomed the chance to "explore a character journey" and likened the writing process to studying an acting part.
Ritter is known for her starring role in the Netflix series "Jessica Jones." Her other credits include "Breaking Bad" and "Woke Up Dead."
We'll let you know as soon as the book is available!
Watch Jessica Jones on Netflix. It's amazing.