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Barnes & Noble Customers Donated Over 1.4 Million Books to Children in Need Through Holiday Book Drive

Barnes & Noble, Inc., the world’s largest retail bookseller, today announced that it collected over 1.4 million books during its 2019 Holiday Book Drive program, nearly 20 percent more books than in...

Partnering With Special Olympics, American Library Assoc. Penguin Random House Donates Books

Penguin Random House, in partnership with Special Olympics and the American Library Association, is participating in a pilot program that supports Special Olympics Young Athletes through a donation of 1,000 children’s books: 500 copies...

1.2 Million Books Donated by Barnes & Noble

L. McMaken 1-21-12 Cincinnati, OH   In their 2011 Holiday Book Drive, bookseller Barnes & Noble announced their donations of books was 1.2 million copies. With the support of customers and staff, Barnes & Noble has...

Books to Our Troops

L. McMaken 11-19-20 Cincinnati, OH   There are many ways to donate your time and money this holiday season. We think one of the best is donating books, particularly to our troops. There are a number...

Random House & First Book Partner for Kids

L. McMaken 11-18-11 Cincinnati, OH   Literacy organization First Book and book publisher Random House Children's Books partnered this week to bring books to underprivileged children. A new book was donated by Random House for each...
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BOOK REVIEW: “SUBTERRANEAN” BY JAMES ROLLINS

“SUBTERRANEAN” BY JAMES ROLLINS Ashley Carter is a single mom (to Jason) and a Paleoanthropology Assistant Professor specializing in cliff-dwelling primatives. What in the world would the...

National Poetry Month, Sign Up for Knopf’s “Poem a Day”

The Academy of American Poets officially designated April as National Poetry Month beginning in 1996. This annual celebration highlights the extraordinary legacy and ongoing achievement of American poets...