Linking reading to technology, the White House has marshaled major book publishers to provide more than $250 million in free e-books to low-income students.
Spring has sprung, the weather is warming up, and we are excited gather over a glass of crisp white wine and discuss the season’s hottest books with our favorite girlfriends.
March is Women’s History Month and our sister company Simon & Schuster has put together a list of book club picks that celebrate female voices!
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.
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.
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.
Almost 80 percent of fifth- and eighth-graders passed the Texas standardized math test on their first try this month while more than 75 percent passed the reading exam.
Megan Scott, from Joy Of Cooking and the blog The Joy Kitchen, shares tips on how to know your oven.
There are probably a million books promising to show you how to be a millionaire, but if it was that easy we’d all be wealthy, right? If you take the advice of a recently published book, it’s the things you do every day that can help you strike it rich.
Kim Barbouin, author of the “Skinny Bitch” book series, shares her favorite vegan recipes. These sweets are both easy to make and delicious, so start baking up a storm.
Little Free Libraries are popping up all over the country. But one of those ‘little’ libraries has become a ‘big’ hit in one small North Texas town.