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  • Herschel Dixon Introduces Children's Book to Readers in KY and beyond
    Louisville author Herschel Dixon Shares Importance of Reading with the World
    Just 2 months after publishing his first children’s book A.J. AND THE TALENT SHOW, Louisville resident Herschel Dixon is already enjoying responses from across the country to the message of the book and has visited schools in Louisville and...
  • Book cover for Knitting by Anne Bartlett
    Book Review of Knitting by Anne Barlett
    This is a review for Knitting by Anne Bartlett. When I first began this novel I was really excited about it. The premise and plot seemed really interesting. I am currently learning how to knit, but I have been crocheting for about five years, so a...
  • Children's Book Week
    Celebrate Children's Book Week with MerryMakers
    As Children's Book Week, a national festival of children's books andreading, celebrates its 96th Anniversary, teachers, librarians, families and booksellers will be holding events and leading the fun.MerryMakers, the market leader in book...
  • Leapfrog Press (Fredonia, NY) intern Leo Frank peruses the other vendors
    Buffalo Small Press Book Fair hosts over 100 vendors this year
    This past weekend the Buffalo Small Press Book Fair once again occupied Karpeles Manuscript Library Museum on Porter Avenue to unite publishing presses, graphic designers, artists, poets, book lovers, and more. Vendors and visitors alike grouped...
  • National Library Week: DanceOn dancers help inspire the power of reading
    National Library Week: DanceOn dancers help inspire the power of reading
    Greetings readers on National Library Week, 2015. First Introduced in 1958, the celebration week is a national observance each April sponsored by the American Library Association (ALA) and libraries throughout the nation. This holiday week...
  • Book Instagram Accounts
    The top ten book accounts you should be following on Instagram
    They say a picture is worth a thousand words. Lovers of literature and the written word may disagree with that, but even the most hardcore bookworm can't be reading 24-7. When you want to give your brain a break, there are some amazing book...
  • From left to right: John Grandits, David Coleman, and Jeff Schober speak about their newest releases in the mystery crime genre.
    Murder mystery book night a big success for Talking Leaves…Books
    Over 80 people gathered in the Larkin Square Filling Station on Seneca Street this past Tuesday evening to sink their teeth into an informal discussion of three author’s murder mysteries all based in Buffalo, NY. Hosted by Talking Leaves...
  • Preschool storytime is an important part of Early Childhood Education.
    Preschool Storytime: A Rainbow of My Own by Don Freeman
    Spend preschool storytime with a popular book for children, A Rainbow of My Own, written by Don Freeman (Puffin). It is about a little boy who sees a rainbow and decides to run outdoors to catch it. When this rainbow disappears, the boy imagines...
  • Palmistry
    Palmistry - messages in your hands
    Lines, mounts, warnings, timing, and symbols, are just a few of the reflections in your hands a palm reader can use as indicators that reveal your present path and where you are going as well as the route it took to get where you are now. Your...
  • Talking Leaves Main Street entrance
    Upcoming Events with Talking Leaves…Books
    Meet Talking Leaves…Books, your new best friend. This independent bookstore has two locations on both Main Street and Elmwood Avenue. One thing it’s never short of is weekly events of every size, genre, and topic in a great set of...
  • Check out the 2015 Caldecott Medal winners
    Check out the 2015 Caldecott Medal winners
    The Caldecott Medal is awarded by a division of the American Library Association (ALA) to the artist of the best American picture book for children. The award is named after Randolph J. Caldecott, a nineteenth-century English illustrator....
  • Islamorada Writers and Readers Seminar set for March 14
    Islamorada Writers & Readers Seminar, in its third year, set for March 14
    The third annual Islamorada Writers & Readers Seminar is ready to generate creativity and inspiration as eight published authors share their expertise Saturday, March 14, from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the Islamorada Helen Wadley Branch Library...
  • Children in class, students answer teacher's questions.
    Beverly Hall dies: Who really is to blame for the cheating?
    With the death of Beverly Hall, many people believe that the nightmare of the Atlanta Public Schools cheating episode has reached its conclusion and everyone is willing to have former Superintendent Hall shoulder the blame of the entire...
  • Reading to children
    Helping your child make the move to chapter books
    As a rule, today’s kids cannot wait to grow up because they are unaware of the many responsibilities that go with the freedoms that come with age. There are things we have to do as the adults in their lives to help them make a successful...
  • Henry Winkler the child feels like the bottom of a barrel full of ocean
    Henry Winkler the child feels like the bottom of a barrel full of ocean
    “Your child is the best one to tell you they are having trouble. When it is just so hard for them and learning isn’t fun anymore, you need to look at what can be done because it shouldn’t ever be like that for any child,”...
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