Illustrated by local artist Sadie Kern, the "Cincinnati Botanical Coloring Book" features classic Cincinnati scenes with flowers of all shapes and sizes.
White parents are responsible for teaching their children to respect and uplift black lives. Here's how to find effective anti-racist children’s books and other texts.
The acclaimed Cincinnati-born novelist Curtis Sittenfeld takes readers on the ultimate “What if...” journey in her new novel, Rodham.
The Preservation Lab, a joint project of the Public Library of Cincinnati and Hamilton County and University of Cincinnati Libraries, keeps printed matter safe.
It wasn’t one of the Mark Twain’s best works and consisted mostly of Elizabethan-era discussion of flatulence.
His new book, Midwest Futures, attempts to define the region's customs and core identity, looking at the past, the present, and the future.
Fabulous Food Made Easy delivers simple, healthy recipes that you can make for your family without a lot of fuss.
Aimed at a young adult audience, Intisar Khanani's fantasy novel "Thorn" is about stolen identity, adversity, and inheritance.
The pages our past presidents penned have shaped our nation. A new book details the surprising role Ohio played in all of it.
Joyce C. Smith's bookstore exists to connect readers to the works of African-American authors.