In Our Feeds: 150 years of Alice in Wonderland, literary landmarks, and subway reads

Every Friday, we share a handful of links that we found funny, provocative or just plain cool. We call it In Our Feeds. Have a great weekend!

Happy 4th of July weekend, OOM readers! We're taking tomorrow off for the holiday, which is why you're getting In Our Feeds a day early this week. Let's go!

Instead of buying a graduation dress, eighteen-year old Erinne Paisley decided to make her own, and donate the money she would have spent to the Malala Fund; on her dress, she wrote the poweful message, "I've received my education. Not every woman has that right. Malala.org."

Here are two great BuzzFeed lists for book worms: 53 Books You Won’t Be Able To Put Down and 26 Literary Landmarks In America To Visit Before You Die. (Road trip, anyone?)

Lifehacker has a cool infographic that breaks down how long it takes to read some popular children's books and novels; according to them it would take 33 hours to read all 257,045 words in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix!

The New York Times has a slideshow featuring pages from Lewis Carroll's original "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" manuscript and other great Alice depictions, just in time for the 150th anniversary!

Why do kids stick their tongues out when they're concentrating (besides to be super cute)? Slate explores!

The Tumblr/Instragram account Subway Book Review talks to NYC subway passengers about their reading choices!

And finally, here's a list of 20 "hidden gems" in New York City; avoid the crowds and get a look at a different side of the city!