Going on holiday? Red has book recommendations based on your destination.

Experts have branded a cost-cutting pilot scheme in Scotland, in which pupil volunteers are replacing school library staff, as “folly” and a false economy.

Why falling in love can turn us all into bunny-boilers: the Evening Standard reviews Frank Tallis’ The Incurable Romantic.

Salman Rushdie writes about his sister’s iconic cookbook in LitHub.

Bookshops are asking to be given the same business-rate relief as pubs, arguing they help to drive social cohesion in a similar way to drinking.

The winners of the Sports Books of the Year have been announced.

The Public Lending Right will be extended to cover e-books and e-audiobooks borrowed from libraries from 1st July.

HarperCollins Children’s Books UK has launched a voice-activated app on Google Assistant for children’s audiobooks.

Children’s laureate Lauren Child and author-illustrator Benji Davies are taking part at an event at Waterstones Piccadilly to mark this year’s Empathy Day, which will take place on 12th June.