Midlanders help former exchange student provide books to children in Zimbabwe
A former Midland High School exchange student from Zimbabwe, Tsungi Shumba, is on a mission to provide the children of her country with books, and Midland has stepped up to help.
Social media can never replace books
The Riyadh book fair is opening its doors to visitors these days. And along the piles of books, news publications and crowds of visitors, social media too goes ablaze during the event.
TRACY - When visitors walk into West Walker's fifth grade classroom at Central Elementary in the heart of Tracy, they are immediately struck by one thing: books.
Donated books delivered to West, Texas
Representatives from the Deep East Texas Council of Government's (DETCOG) Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) recently delivered over 950 books to West, Texas for the benefit of its children.
Brown Books Publishing Group Announces the Launch of Brown Books Kids, Names Sherry Koven as Director
DALLAS -- Brown Books Publishing Group, in celebration of its 20th Anniversary, announces the launch of Brown Books Kids, directed by Sherry Koven. Also known as the "Director of Happiness," ...
Three months of bad books 'raises economic questions'
The past three months of financial statements have shown National's books were worse than expected, raising serious questions about National's management of the economy, says Labour's Finance spokesperson David Parker. But the third time even Treasury admits it doesn't know why the books are even more in the red. "Either the much-hyped ‘rock star' economy has already turned into a one-hit wonder ...
Red Oak Middle School team wins top spot in Battle of the Books
Red Oak Middle School earned first place recognition at the Nash-Rocky Mount Public Schools Battle of the Books during the competition held March 5 at the Nash Arts Building.
3 months of bad books raises economic questions
The past three months of financial statements have shown National's books were worse than expected, raising serious questions about National's management of the economy, says Labour's Finance spokesperson David Parker.
Print books vs e-Books
My elder son gifted his mom, brother, and me (his dad) each with a Kindle, the kind that is available only abroad as of this time. My younger son and I were, of course, excited and we began to load our respective Kindles with all kinds of books. My son was way ahead of me […]
Front and Center: Keokee marketing firm succeeds by adapting as it grows - Sun, 09 Mar 2014 PST
Chris Bessler grew up loving books. “We lived out in the sticks near Glide, Ore., a little logging town between Interstate 5 and Crater Lake,” Bessler said. “We didn't get television reception, so every week my mom would take us to the library and we'd load up as many books as we could carry.”