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By Strategic Book Publishing and Rights Co, LLC
What could be better than a gloriously illustrated collection of fun short stories? And the book willimprove your reading! "The Dan and Sam Reader" is a series of 60 illustrated short stories that make reading easy and fun for children, especially those..
By Knoxville Writers' Guild
The Knoxville Writers' Guild's Thursday, Nov. 5 program will feature special guest Tawnysha Greene, author of "A House Made of Stars" (Burlesque Press, 2015). The event, which will be open to the public, begins at 7 p.m.
By myON
School pilot program leads to district implementation in Bridgeport, CT
By oakland university
OU will welcome actor, director, producer and literacy advocate LeVar Burton to campus for its annual Keeper of the Dream Awards on Jan. 18, 2016.
By Jacobsen's Books
Two Downtown Literary Events for Hillsboro Arts Month in October
By Knoxville Writers' Guild
The Knoxville Writers’ Guild is proud to showcase several of its 2015 writing contest winners at the Thursday, Oct. 1 meeting. The event, which will be open to the public, begins at 7 p.m.
By Oakland University
Focused on the classic novel "Fahrenheit 451," the series features a read-aloud, film showing, video workshops and Halloween Party.
By Horror Writers Association
The Horror Writers Association (HWA) is proud to announce they have partnered with United for Libraries, a division of the American Library Association (ALA), as the first writer’s organization to join the Authors for Libraries program (AFL), which is...
By Read With Max, LLC
Award winning author and dog "Max" from the website and children book series "Read With Max" will be holding an Annual Book A Thon for adults and children of all ages benefiting charity, Kids On The Go Camp, from September 1st to December 31st, 2015.
By Write Integrity Press
Readers invited to join authors and publisher for discussion.
By Tales2go
The Tales2go audio book catalog now surpasses 5,000 titles, comprising over 9,000 hours of content, spanning both fiction and non-fiction.
By Knoxville Writers' Guild
New York Times Notable author David Payne will read from his newly released memoir, "Barefoot to Avalon" (Atlantic 2015), at the Thursday, Sept. 3 program of the Knoxville Writers' Guild. The event, which will be open to the public, will begin at 7 p.m.
By Buddy The Ball
Pro tennis player Brandon Christopher brings you Buddy The Ball, coming to a city near you!
By Evadeen Brickwood
Her Botswana-Novel “Singing Lizards” Is Now Available As Paperback Edition
"Fantastical: Tales of Bears, Beer and Hemophilia" by Marija Bulatovic Hailed as “Unforgettable”
By LilyDroplet
Young Author Recognized by Parkland Mayor and City Commissioner Next Week
By Waukesha County Federated Library System
The public libraries in Waukesha County have been offering summer library programs for decades and this year was no different! The idea behind summer library programs is that it motivates children and teens to continue reading throughout the summer...
By LilyDroplet
Plantation Florida Library Welcomes Famous Broward Child Author Lexi Schwartzberg
By Pro Carpet Cleaning
Already covering Surrey, Hampshire and South West London, Pro Carpet Cleaning has expanded to include the Reading area.
By Mighty Media Press
Little hands will be delighted once again with this second installment by Ellen Fischer and Laura Wood, focusing on new animals and their unique behaviors.
By Dallas Reading and Language Services
Clinic to offer free tests for hearing and speech-language issues
By LilyDroplet
South Florida Eleven Year Old Author Profiled by Sun Sentinel
By Kellie Wallace Books
Have Your Summer Fling With a Romance Novel for 99c By Kellie Wallace
By LilyDroplet
Teachers Praise Young Author New Science Book for Children Utilizing Common Core Standards
By LilyDroplet
Florida-based Eleven Year Old Author Addresses Common Core Standards with New Book
By Wisdom Tales Press
Join us for the exciting story of a brave young Cheyenne girl who helps her people A terrible drought was threatening to wipe out Stands-by-Herself’s Cheyenne people.
By M.A. Belarj
M.A. Belarj, a new name in the fantasy genre, has released his first novel, Spirilet. Paranormal, mystery, fantasy, and thriller elements abound in the suspenseful tale about a man named Joe and a doll that is struck by lightning—and comes alive.
By Playbooks, Inc.
1/3 Actually INCREASED Reading Levels - Positive Outcomes Report for Summer Learning Gets Nationwide Attention
By Knoxville Writers' Guild
Members of the Knoxville Writers’ Guild will have an opportunity to read their work at the Guild’s annual open mic night on Thursday, July 2. The event, which will be open to the public, will begin at 7 p.m.
By myON
Personalized literacy environment available to all elementary students, creating a community-wide culture of reading Little Rock, AR (June 2, 2015) — In a joint partnership, the Little Rock School District and representatives of myON, a digital...

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