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September 8th is International Literacy Day

Tuesday, September 8, is  International Literacy Day “You cannot open a book without learning something.”      ~ Confucius  Help your children develop a love of books by snuggling up with one of these 25 Children’s Books to Teach Your Kids Meaningful Values The Mine-O-Saur is one example of a children’s book that teaches values – in […]

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Read Across America Day ~ March 3, 2014

Mark your calendars, and get ready to grab your hat and read with the Cat in the Hat on Monday, March 3, 2014 for the 17th annual Read Across America Day. The Seussical celebration will kick off a week of reading across the nation as NEA members gather students, parents, and community members together to […]

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Horror

HARRY POTTER – THE MOST BANNED BOOK IN AMERICA

Soon you may find me, in a dark alley behind a bookstore or a library, wearing a trench-coat and sunglasses, whispering to passers-by… “psst.. hey man, yeah, you…. ‘mere… wanna read a book?” YES, you read that correctly. According to the American Library Association, the Harry Potter series has now not just joined the ranks […]

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A ZOMBIE CHRISTMAS By Anthony Renfro

A ZOMBIE CHRISTMAS By Anthony Renfro It’s the first Christmas since the zombie invasion. You’d be pretty pissed, too, if you were trying to retain some of your Holiday Spirit and the damn zombies kept coming up and trying to eat your fake Santa, Elves, Reindeer, Frosty, and the rest! Your not stupid. Nothing is […]

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THE MISSING YEARS OF THOMAS PRITCHARD By Matt Shaw

The Missing Years Of Thomas Pritchard Matt Shaw They say that time heals all wounds. But, some wounds run so deep that the best you can hope for is to eventually just learn to live with the pain. Bill and Anne are trying to do just that. It’s been nine years since their son Thomas […]