"Finding the time to relax is so important, and losing yourself in a book is the perfect way to escape and unwind."
Findings suggest that economic connectedness derived from social media could be a valuable measure for predicting heart disease risk.
“She absolutely loves doing the books and she loves succeeding at it."
“It’s still in a good condition though. I do look after my books.”
"We couldn’t leave them at home - we want to see the world with them."
"The purpose of this project is to create a safe space for fans to find comfort in the books and critically engage with J.K Rowling's work."
This story version has been formatted as an on-air script for broadcast outlets. See the original research story here. ALMOST THREE-QUARTERS OF AMERICANS DON’T BELIEVE THERE SHOULD...
Over 70% are opposed to banning books — and 43% have sought out challenged or banned books to read in 2022.
“To Emily who looks as I imagine Ginny Weasley looks (you will have to read book two!) JK Rowling.”
There’s no place like TikTok? More than seven in 10 (73%) Americans find it easier to relate to strangers in online communities than to people they...