Yes, the weekend is over. But there are still cute baby animals to look at in Monday’s links.
Perez Hilton has accumulated quite the list of descriptors over the past few years: snarky gossip; cyber-bully; troublemaker. But now he can add a new one to the list: children’s author.
When you think of comic-book heroes, there are always the obvious choices that spring to mind: Superman, Spider-Man, Wonder Woman. But now you can add one more to the list — Angelina Jolie.
Wednesday’s links bring you back to school, with scary mascots and tough classes.
Nearly a dozen years after his death, Shel Silverstein will once again hit the shelves with a new book of poems called Everything On It.
It’s time to give up our fantasies of attending lavish prohibition era parties with Jay Gatsby and Daisy Buchanan.
Among the citizens’ newfound freedoms is the ability to read what they want – a far cry from the information void that appeared in Egypt during the Jan. 25 revolution.
Today marks the 107th birthday of Theodore Seuss Geisel, one of the greatest authors of children’s books of all time. While some of us may be a bit rusty on his literature, adults can learn a lot from Seuss’s work.
What would On the Road have been like if Kerouac’s anti-heroes had access to Four Loko?
Guide Nick Carraway as he searches for the elusive Jay Gatsby while fighting off flappers and men with tommy guns, just as author F. Scott Fitzgerald intended.
To the list of many titles Bristol Palin has owned — teen mom, reality TV dancer, public speaker — it would seem we can now add another: author. (via Wonkette)
Wait, the typical fan of Snooki isn’t a fan of books? Color NewsFeed surprised.