Stephen and Ayesha Curry donated thousands of books to students in Oakland.

Following Kamala Harris’ historic win, books penned by the Vice President-elect are flying off the shelves.

Renowned author Walter Mosley will receive the National Book Foundation’s 2020 Lifetime Achievement Award.

Award-winning author Jason Reynolds has been appointed National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature by the Library of Congress.

17-year-old New Jersey native Essynce Moore is the first Black teen author to have three of her books incorporated into school curriculums.

7-year-old author Nicholas Buamah’s book was accepted into the Library of Congress.

Akosua Haynes’ letter to ‘Hidden Figures’ author Margot Lee Shetterly won an award from the Library of Congress.

Angie Thomas’ ‘The Hate U Give’ won the Waterstones children’s book prize in London.

17-year-old Memphis-based entrepreneur Journi Prewitt created the Black Butterfly Beautiful box to inspire Black girls to read.

Hakim’s Bookstore in West Philadelphia nearly shuttered two years ago but with the help of the local community, the business has been revived.

Best-selling author Luvvie Ajayi talks about her new book 'I'm Judging You,' microwave fame, and the Trump disaster.

Boys who go to neighborhood barbershops in the Mobile and Pritchard, Alabama area are getting more than a haircut. They’re also discovering books they can relate to, with characters that look like them.