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  • James Patterson, Scholastic Award 1st Round of Grants to School Libraries
    James Patterson, Scholastic Award 1st Round of Grants to School Libraries
    Famous author James Patterson and the Scholastic Reading Club have awarded the first round of grants to school libraries. Due to high number of requests for books and other classroom resources, Patterson announced an additional contribution of ...
  • Peachtree Publishing has produced books that have become New York Times bestsellers.
    Peachtree: Publishing with purpose
    There are many publishers on the market that aim to produce high-quality work that can be enjoyed by people of varying ages. Peachtree Publishers, an American company based in Georgia, specializes in children’s books ranging from picture...
  • This creepy photo works well for Ellen's latest story collection which involves wicked dolls.
    Interview with an editor: Ellen Datlow
    Writing and publishing are career paths that many people seek out especially in the roles of authors and agents. However, editors also play a key role in the success of writers and the number of books sold. Despite the critical importance of...
  • 5 tips to keep your kids reading this summer
    5 tips to keep your kids reading this summer
    School is out, and students are taking a well deserved break from academics, but this doesn’t mean your kids should spend the whole summer in front of a TV or video screen. Kids that don’t continue reading during summer break are in...
  • Story anthologies to add to your bookshelf
    Story anthologies to add to your bookshelf
    Everyone loves a good story, and having a well-stocked bookshelf is a treasure for a homeschooling family. Expand the number of stories you can include on your family's shelves by shopping for anthologies. By purchasing these combined volumes,...
  • Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia
    Curry School assists teachers with lesson plans using science and reading skills
    The Curry School of Education at the University of Virginia announced on Wednesday that researchers there will partner with the Albemarle County Public Schools to combine both science and reading into the curriculum. The project, which will seek...
  • Herschel Dixon Introduces Children's Book to Readers in KY and beyond
    Author Herschel Dixon of KY Encourages Kids to Get Their Read On This Summer
    Just weeks after touring schools in Naperville and Aurora, IL and having his visit and children's book A.J. AND THE TALENT SHOW featured in the Chicago Tribune, author Herschel Dixon of Louisville, KY is preparing to reach even more kids and...
  • 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...
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    Community Book Box announces first free neighborhood based book-share program
    Community Book Box announces the opening of its first location with a very special launch event at the Shoppes in Chino Hills on Saturday, April 18, from 12 noon to 2 p.m.The family friendly function will be held at the intersection by the ground...
  • Nothing Down Mortgage
    The pitfalls of little or nothing down mortgages
    My recent pieces have delved into the area of financial literacy, specifically in real estate. This article will touch on another important aspect of financial literacy; mortgages, specifically the dangers of little or nothing down mortgages. None...
  • Financial literacy for seniors – it’s important
    Financial literacy for seniors – it’s important
    Financial literacy is a critical life skill for everybody and especially for older Canadians who may face new and varied financial challenges as they navigate their senior years. Without sufficient financial literacy skills, seniors could be...
  • 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...
  • Florida’s ‘Celebrate Literacy’ week took place Jan. 26-30
    Florida’s ‘Celebrate Literacy Week' took place Jan. 26-30
    Last month, Jan. 26-30 was celebrated as Literacy Week in Florida schools with the overall theme being, “Reading Accelerates Success”. This theme encourages students to connect literacy with all kinds of careers in science, technology,...
  • Language Interventions
    Introducing Simple Interventions and Language Interventions apps for reading
    Savannah, GA - A new app called Language Interventions has just been introduced on Amazon.com and soon on Google Play. Language Interventions teaches reading to all students but targets the reading impaired suffering from language-based reading...
  • Louisville, KY resident uses love of books to inspire a movement with kids
    Father and Literacy Advocate uses love of books to inspire a movement with kids
    Herschel Dixon has something to smile about.The resident of Louisville, KY went into his daughter Aubrey's classroom on Friday, January 23, 2015 to read during storytime, but he wasn't just there to read any story. He was going to share ...
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