From picture books to rhyme-filled stories, these NoVA-based children book authors make it easy to entertain youngsters while you’re hanging at home.
The celebration of young adult literature was set to take place this weekend.
We spoke with Carrington about her growing local, social impact.
John Gilstrap's bestselling book is back—but this time with the ending he originally wanted.
Inside these new beauties focusing on interior design, you’ll find photos of envious homes and gardens.
Written for his daughter, Nochera's 'A Goat Named Joey' explores the impact of bullying and the power of kindness.
Mitchell references over a dozen Arlington locations in this thrilling book about a mysterious death and the highest powers in Washington.
Make book club even better with these literary-inspired gifts. Plus, DMV-based journalist Aimee Agresti shares how she'll be spending the holidays in NoVA.
Following years of experience in the literary field, Powers settles down in Arlington as a communications director and novelist.
From bestsellers to classics, picture books to teen novels, NoVA bookstore owners and librarians recommend their favorites.