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EveryLibrary: Promoting Books for All

EveryLibrary is a national 501c4 non-profit with a mission to support libraries and librarians. A focus on raising funds for public libraries and school library...

Random Writings: Beer Can Collecting

Intro  Random Writings is a series of assorted web content assignments originally authored for and previously published on now-defunct websites. These pieces were additionally republished...

Soccer Trophy Mystery: Interview with Author Fred Bowen

“Soccer Trophy Mystery” is a new book by author and kid’s sports journalist Fred Bowen. This story is the latest in the popular middle...

Not All Who Wander Need Be Lost: Interview with Author Lisa...

“Not All Who Wander Need Be Lost” is a new book by author Lisa Skinner that deals with the subject of Alzheimer’s disease, a...

Encouraging Kindness: Interview with Author and Illustrator Todd Parr

Todd Parr is the New York Times bestselling author and illustrator of over fifty children’s books. Todd inspires and empowers children through his stories about kindness,...

Walnut Grove Hits Home: Interview with Author Alicia Hogan Murphy

“Walnut Grove Hits Home: Prairie Values for the Modern Family” is a new book by author Alicia Hogan Murphy who wrote during the pandemic....

Self-Talk: Interview with Dr. Shad Helmstetter

Dr. Shad Helmstetter, Ph.D., is a best-selling author of more than twenty-five books focused on the field of mental health and personal growth that...

Vooks: A Streaming Platform for Storybooks

Vooks is a company based in Portland, Oregon, that is dedicated to bringing storybooks to life through animation. The brand currently has dozens of books...

Hogan’s Hope: Interview with author Connie Bombaci

Dogs can touch people’s lives in profound ways and “Hogan’s Hope” is a story that illustrates this fact beautifully. Hogan was a deaf dog...

The 100 Best Sci-Fi Books: 50-26

In the past few decades, there have been quite a considerable amount of sci-fi books published. That being said, there can be too many...