Books | Iris Reading | Iris Reading - Part 6

Meet Yeji, Lifetime’s Child Genius Star Obsessed With Books

When you were a kid, did your parents ever tell you, “No more reading for today?” In a day and age where electronics consume childhoods, many parents struggle to get their children to put down the phone or tablet and pick up a paperback book. Getting some kids to read can be like pulling teeth, […]

How Many of These Haunting Books Can Your Read This October?

BOO! Did we scare you? It’s that time of year again when neighbors start putting out spooky decorations in their yards, pumpkin patches are open for business, and the grocery store is backfilled with candy. Don’t all of these changes put you in the mood for a good spooky book? For a bit of fun […]

Best Books to Read For Ages 61 – 80

Now we’re in the golden years of life. There is a shift in lifestyle as you retire, downsize, and begin to enjoy having free time to spend however you please. Hopefully, reading is still a large part of your free time! For those ages 61 to 80, keep these fantastic books in mind. Age 61 […]

Best Books to Read For Ages 41 – 60

Oh boy. Now we’re getting up there in age. Hey, 40 is the new 20 these days, right? Let’s dive right in and see what picks we had this week for readers 41 to 60. Age 41 Yes Please by Amy Poehler Let’s start your 40’s with a good belly laugh. Comedian Amy Poehler shares […]

Best Books to Read For Ages 20 – 40

Ah! A new decade is upon you, probably one of the best to enjoy. You graduate from college, are old enough to buy alcohol, and start a new chapter with a job and kids. Here are the books we felt that are age-appropriate for those living it up in their 20’s and 30’s. Age 20 […]

Young Adult Anthologies

2019’s Best Young Adult Anthologies to Add to Your TBR List

Anthologies are the perfect read for any young adult who needs a bit of diversity in a book. To have a mix of different stories keeps the book fresh and enjoyable. Anthologies can be teaching moments or examples for writers-to-be on how to tell a short story. This year, you’ll want to read some of […]