In the following excerpt from A User's Guide to Democracy, authors Hannah McCarthy and Nick Capodice outline seven steps for how to stage a protest peacefully and successfully.
The Celadon team has compiled a recommended reading list of books about the experience of immigrating to America — both that we’ve read and loved and others that are on our to-read shelf. We hope you find these books as impactful and enlightening as we do.
We identify with protagonists who brave messy fictional worlds and emerge unclean. Perhaps this is why we connect so strongly with antiheroes, who can be just as messy as their fictional worlds.
From dollhouses and birdhouses to abandoned bus stops and rickety old boats, any structure can become a Little Free Library with the right blend of creativity and craftiness.
These hilarious audiobooks, narrated by their authors, take authenticity to another level, promising genuine chuckles with every listen.
Summer 2020 is finally here, and it’s … probably not quite what you imagined. But the fast-paced fun of summer reading is alive and well between the covers of this season’s excellent thrillers. Rapid-fire plots, brilliant pacing, realistic thrills, and over-the-top fun will keep you turning the page, no matter where your beach towel lies.
This is why we love these magical realism titles — they invite us to engage with situations we’ll never get to see in real life.
The Celadon Team share their summer reading lists, from food memoirs to epic bestselling novels.