A yard covered in trash left residents in one Dallas neighborhood confused. Realtors assigned to sell the now-foreclosed house had everything removed from inside and placed on the front lawn.
Barnes & Noble is keeping its Nook digital business after all. The bookseller had planned to combine Nook and its college bookstores, separate from its retail operations.
Another book that was under fire in the Highland Park ISD will remain on the class syllabus, at least for now.
The Facebook founder and CEO announced on his page recently that he has vowed to read a book every other week in 2015, with an emphasis on learning about different beliefs, cultures and technologies.
Norman Bridwell, an illustrator whose impromptu story about a girl and her puppy marked the unlikely birth of the supersized franchise “Clifford the Big Red Dog,” has died.
The fiancee of Ebola victim Thomas Duncan has signed a book deal. Louise Troh’s memoir is scheduled to be released on April 28, and will tell about her life with Duncan.
Former President George W. Bush formally kicks off release of his personal biography of his father with an event at his dad’s presidential library center at Texas A&M University.
First it was the ice bucket challenge. Now it’s time for Kershaw’s Challenge. The Dodger Pitcher and two-time Cy Young winner Clayton Kershaw kicked it off at Highland Park High School where his pitching career began.
JeAuna Evans was bullied when she was in the third grade. Now, in fifth grade, she has written an e-book about the experience in hopes of helping others who are being bullied.
Books form the basis of countless Hollywood films, and you’ll have no shortage of big screen adaptations to choose from during this year’s Oscar season and throughout 2015.
Highland Park students completing work on their summer reading assignment were well aware of the discussion of which books high-schoolers in the district could read.
There have been seven books suspended from Highland Park schools. The action was taken because a group of parents wanted them off school reading lists. They say the content isn’t age appropriate.