We’ve rounded up some essential reading to get the most out of the early morning.
In honor of International Women’s Day, we’ve rounded up books written by women about their contributions to business.
To celebrate the Ides of March, we’ve collected a few of the best books that detail some of the most brutal rivalries in the history of business.
Aside from making smart investments with your money, how much more value could you bring to your job if you learned a new skill? Here are some suggestions on how to invest in yourself.
With the 89th Academy Awards taking place this weekend, we’re celebrating the books — funny and tragic, fiction and non- — that inspired the Oscar-nominated films of 2016.
How does the movie version of Hidden Figures — which has gotten multiple Oscar nominations — compare to its source material?
The time you invest in improving your career, your home, and your mental clarity will dramatically improve your life, no matter who you share it with. Read these books and live well.
We’ve done some early spring cleaning — instead of “Top Books,” we’re now picking “Top Reads” so we can highlight great articles from our magazine offering. The books this month — including George Saunders’ first novel — are happy to share the spotlight with their new brethren.
Get through the dead of winter with The Little Book of Hygge, Michael Lewis’s latest, and more.
Start the new year off right with the latest from entrepreneur Tim Ferriss, Mark Manson’s unconventional self-help book, and more.
At Scribd, we’re eager to hear what the best book everyone read this year is. Here are the favorites from around our office.
Whether you’re relaxing on the beach or stuck on the subway, reach for these reads to help you cool off: A buzzy debut from Emma Cline, a collection of essays from Chuck Palahniuk, the latest from Miranda July, and a YA debut about LGBTQ athletes.
With summer (and beach reading!) right around the corner, it’s time to: Do some yoga on the beach with tips from Instagram sensation Rachel Brathen, partake in some light reading that ponders deep moral questions with The 100 and Uncanny X-Force, and take a cinematic look at shifting identities in Dana Spiotta’s latest.
This month we’re reading: Marvel’s Civil War, a Pulitzer Prize–winner about the rise of ISIS, and more.
Pop culture and politics reign supreme in our April picks. Plus: Are “nice guys” really nice guys?
Our top books for March feature the next smash-hit superhero, an inspirational memoir about going from doctor to dying patient, and more.
This February we’ve fallen for some mythical creatures and taken soul-searching looks at love in all its forms
Featured Reading Lists
Tyson, who has written a number of popular books on astronomy over the years, believes these books will make you smarter.
The author of Eat, Pray, Love enjoys reading both literary fiction and nonfiction. Here are some of her favorites.
When the studio lights go off, one of America’s most beloved journalists unwinds with some equally beloved bestsellers. Here are some of his favorites.
When the chairman and CEO of the world’s biggest social network set out to spend a year learning about new cultures, beliefs, and histories, he turned to books.
The inimitable Gretchen Rubin, author of the blockbuster bestseller The Happiness Project, curates all her favorite books in a monthly ebook club as well as in subject-specific lists on her blog. Here are some of her favorite reads.
Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh leans toward books “that combine research on human behavior with business results.” Here are some of his favorites.
When Bill Gates isn’t busy (literally) changing the world, he’s an avid reader. Find out his favorites.
To celebrate the anniversary of The Oprah Winfrey Show, we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite Oprah Book Club books.
Recently, President Obama shared his official reading list for 2016. To celebrate, we’ve collected a few of our favorite titles from his list.
After seeing Jared Leto’s inspired performance as the Joker in the trailers for Suicide Squad, we wondered: where does he get his inspiration? What does he like to read? To help answer that question, we asked Leto to tell us about a few of his favorite reads.
Join us for a Facebook Live #ScribdChat with author and Bloomberg editor Brad Stone, as he discusses his new book The Upstarts.
Join us for a Facebook Live #ScribdChat with author Tim Ferriss.
We invited Mashable’s Chris Taylor to Scribd HQ to interview Jonathan Safran Foer about his latest novel.
Join us for a Facebook Live #ScribdChat with Laura Jane Grace, lead singer of the iconic punk band Against Me! as she discusses her new memoir.
Somehow, our editor Ashley studied American literature in college, but never read Nathaniel Hawthorne’s classic The Scarlet Letter until now.
After a trip to Japan, our editor, Ashley, realizes she’s never read any Japanese literature. In this month’s column, she finally figures out why everyone loves Haruki Murakami by reading his first big hit, Norwegian Wood.
In which our editor, Ashley McDonnell, finally reads Margaret Atwood's classic dystopian tome, The Handmaid’s Tale.
Whether you’re a seasoned chef or a novice saucier, celebrate spring with these fresh reads, guaranteed to teach you something new in the kitchen.
No matter how you define success, these five books will help you prioritize, stay focused, and achieve everything you want in life.
Whether you’re known for your green thumb (and your veggie gardens!) or you’re a complete novice, these books can make your gardening dreams a reality.