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Have books lost their shelf life?

The other day I wandered into a local bookstore and was probably one of three customers in the store. Admittedly, it was during the day but that begged the question of how viable bookstores are these days.   308 more words

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How to Host a Book Tasting

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Building a Reading Culture in Your Homeschool

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THE DEAL OF THE ART AND BOOKS

“A busy physician goes to a gallery on her day off and finds that art is precisely what that doctor ordered: ‘I no longer wanted to escape the world.’

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Award-winning Book (My 1st Read for the Year)

We read to know we are not alone.

-C.S Lewis

If we could plan for the next minute, next hour, next day, next month or the next year we could come up with picture perfect ideas and resolutions. 707 more words

Promoting a Reading Culture- Part Two

Last week I shared the RHS Reading Challenge and wanted to share a little more about how we are attempting to grow and promote a reading culture here at Ryan High School. 798 more words

High School

Reading culture at Ashesi

Thanks to my colleague, Michael F. Quansah, for his blog/post/story on Medium about building a reading culture at Ashesi University College.

Interestingly when students asked for novels, some of the main requests were for the Harry Potter series, and the Game of Thrones series.

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