LITERARY ENGINEER The Mechanics of It: Self-publishing Part I
I've got something fun for today. Lara Schiffbauer recently self-published her debut novel, Finding Meara. (Make sure you check it out, all links at the bottom, because it's terrific.) Because... Posted on 5/26/13 at 1:00 AM
EH? PLUS Art in the park and on your coffee table
If you can hardly wait for the Art in Bayfront Park art fair in August, you can get a taste for it in a new book featuring artists from the annual event.
The first Art in Bayfront Park artist coffee ... Posted on 5/22/13 at 12:00 AM
LIVING UNITED Story time at United Day Nursery
One of our goals to ensure children enter school ready to succeed.
By regularly reading to children during their preschool years, you provide them with the biggest boost toward a successful education... Posted on 4/23/13 at 1:30 PM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! The New Oz Movie
Well, after 28 years they've finally come out with a new Oz movie, and the critics already seem to be jumping all over it with hobnailed boots.
Fair enough. I haven't seen it yet, so I have no idea w... Posted on 3/8/13 at 11:50 AM
REALLY EATING Book Club -- is it really about the books?
My Book Club met at my place last night. I guess the book might be perceived as extraneious, but we did read a book, Shattered Innocence: The Abduction of Jaycee Dugard - The Untold Story by Robert Sc... Posted on 1/30/13 at 9:04 AM
Award-winning author Amy Timberlake got the idea for her latest book after studying a map of her home state. The map of Wisconsin from the 1870s showed the migration of now-extinct passenger pigeons through the state.
Eleven-year-old Dakota Jackson is heartbroken when her Thoroughbred mare, Canyon Starlet, escapes to join Black Coulee’s wild herd. One disappointment follows another when Dakota realizes that she will grow too tall to live her dream of becoming a jockey.
Samuel Rocha, an assistant professor in the UND department of educational foundations and research, has published “A Primer for Philosophy & Education,” an accessible introduction for anyone interested in those subjects.
Reading is one of my favorite past times. I love learning about new worlds, new cultures and new ways of life as I’m drawn into the lives of the characters about whom I’m reading. A fun way to enhance the experience is by making some of the foods featured in the stories.
After years of settling into the comfortable family life she always wanted, Jorie Asher made a decision to improve her physical health and well-being. She thought her life would be perfect if she no longer had to struggle with her weight.
North Dakota first lady Betsy Dalrymple is promoting a summer reading program. The Scholastic Summer Challenge is a four-month global literacy campaign to encourage students to read four or more books this summer.
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