summer reading

The former president said on Facebook that "you can't go wrong by reading or re-reading the collected works of Toni Morrison."
"It's about race and class, the economy, culture, immigration and the danger of the us-versus-them mentality."
Wonderful movies are on the way this summer. Take time to enjoy the books that inspired them—from the comfort of your own home.
The season’s new books include smart thrillers and sprawling family dramas.
I am where I am today because of books. In one of my countless visits, with the help of a librarian, I discovered JK Rowling's
Those books on your nightstand are giving you a come-hither look, aren't they?
These recommendations are offered (again) with love, not one ounce of blame, gratitude for anyone making even the tiniest effort to affect positive change, and hope for a better understanding in the not-so-distant future.
Imagine if public schools left their libraries open during the summer for students to continue reading and exploring hands-on educational content. What would happen if media specialists remained on site so that students could check out books and access materials?
Books: Now in a paper format for easy transport to the beach, the lake, or the air conditioning.
It's summertime readers! Are you ready to relax, hit the beach, put down your phone, and pick up a nice new book? Great! Because this summer's newest book releases from your favorite authors and some fresh debut titles will have you lounging in your beach chair for hours on end devouring each and every word, while ignoring each and every iPhone ding.
Summer's here, and even though school is out, experts recommend that even the youngest children should practice their reading every day. According to the National Summer Learning Association, many children lose ground over the summer.
What I feared most was men, and what I feared for was my body... Stimulating empathy in our readers might not be our most
Don't get me wrong -- there's nothing wrong with the wilder side of romance. If that's your thing, go for it. But it's not