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Want to Be More Intellectual? 5 Books to Read this Year that Will Ignite Your Inner Scholar

Want to Be More Intellectual? 5 Books to Read this Year that Will Ignite Your Inner Scholar Guest Post by Lizzie Weakley Books have an amazing ability to change the way you view the world...

National Readathon Day

The National Book Foundation is hosting it's First Annual National Readathon Day. Being sponsored by Penguin Random House, GoodReads, Mashable, authors and individuals, the readathon was created to "sustain a lifelong love...

Celebrate National Library Week – April 12 – 18

It's National Library Week 2015. The American Library Association, and you local library have many amazing events scheduled this week. Check out the ALA's press release and links! National Library Week (April 12 -...

Brightly! Creating Readers

Every parent needs help encouraging kids to read and Brightly in conjunction with Penquin Random House has launched an initiative to help. Details from their press release: Brightly (www.readbrightly.com), a new online resource...

Are You in a Reading Rut? How to Break Out

How to Break Out of a Reading Slump by Kelly Gallucci of Bookish.com Reading slumps… they happen to the best of us. Even the most dedicated and diligent of readers can find themselves facing the...

Autism Adventure By Ciara Knight

Author Ciara Knight highlights an often overlooked area of learning for children diagnosed with Autism - the structure of reading. Welcome, Ciara! There is nothing more exciting than sharing the world of reading with...

Are Print Books Dead?

There are still a few lingering bookstores, print books are still available at Amazon, and Barnes & Noble, but are they going the way of the dinosaurs? A documentary maker believes they...

Thanksgiving Reading

What To Read To Put You In The Mood For The Holiday! Books about Thanksgiving are often about children, family and traditions.  This Thanksgiving holiday you can gear up early in the week,...
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