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Rotarian Connie Ragen Green Participates in Rotary District 5240 RYLA Leadership Camp
Rotarian Connie Ragen Green Participates in Rotary District 5240 RYLA Leadership Camp
4/28/2017 10:45:06 AM
Connie Ragen Green is a multiple bestselling author, international speaker, and entrepreneur. She is also a Rotarian and over the years since joining Rotary in 2006 has been a part of the RYLA (Rotary Youth Leadership Awards) camp for high school students eight times in two separate districts.
Author Reveals Journey from Mental Disorder to Freedom through Humpty Dumpty Analogy
Author Reveals Journey from Mental Disorder to Freedom through Humpty Dumpty Analogy
4/25/2017 10:55:23 AM
In Humpty Dumpty Back on the Wall: From Psychosis to Sanity, author Ralph Eugene Tucker’s honest autobiography, readers can peek inside his mind at the time when his convoluted thoughts were riddled with manic depression and spiritual struggles.
A Delightful New Children’s Book Encourages Readers to Run with the Wolves
A Delightful New Children’s Book Encourages Readers to Run with the Wolves
4/24/2017 4:24:37 PM
Rare is the children’s book that is written by a young person, so it is a stunning achievement for Lugthea D. Pelissier to release her illustrated work, “The Amazing Adventures of Spear & Shadow.” Already a published author at such a young age, Ms.
Unicel Architectural Publishes Paper on Design Options for Safer Schools
Unicel Architectural Publishes Paper on Design Options for Safer Schools
4/24/2017 12:41:04 PM
MONTREAL, CANADA – April 25, 2017 - Unicel Architectural, the leading manufacturer of vision and daylight control solutions, today published an informational white paper, “Making our Schools Safer – Vision Control® Door & Window Design Solutions to Enhance Privacy and Security in Educational Facilities.”, which examines privacy and safety requirements in educational …
Seasoned Pastor-Counselor-Family Man Shares Great Insights on Parenting
Seasoned Pastor-Counselor-Family Man Shares Great Insights on Parenting
4/20/2017 2:48:06 PM
  Noted theologian and family relationship expert, Dr. Johnny Holloway has published a helpful handbook on ways to properly guide a child towards becoming a mature adult.
High Lead Levels Found in Some Los Angeles Area Parks
High Lead Levels Found in Some Los Angeles Area Parks
4/19/2017 1:10:23 PM
In March, it was reported that students from a university in California have been collecting soil samples from parks throughout the Los Angeles area.
ComedySportz Announces Grand Opening of New Comedy Theatre in McKinney, TX
ComedySportz Announces Grand Opening of New Comedy Theatre in McKinney, TX
4/18/2017 10:00:00 AM
ComedySportz®, the legendary improv comedy troupe specializing in short-form, head-to-head comedic shows, is excited to announce the grand opening of The Comedy Arena on April 28-29.
Mold Causes California Elementary School to Temporarily Close
Mold Causes California Elementary School to Temporarily Close
4/17/2017 9:44:59 AM
Late last month, KRCR published a report about a discovery at an elementary school that has parents and faculty concerned. According to the news report, mold was found in multiple school buildings which caused them to close until situation can be properly addressed.
Michigan Lowers Lead Action Level in Water
Michigan Lowers Lead Action Level in Water
4/11/2017 9:14:41 AM
Michigan’s governor, Rick Snyder, announced that the state will set an even lower action level for lead in its water sources in the wake of the recent Flint, MI water crisis.
Award-Winning Artists Teach Readers to Find Beauty in Simple Things
Award-Winning Artists Teach Readers to Find Beauty in Simple Things
4/11/2017 3:20:26 AM
Multitalented author and artist Yvonne Simia and her husband, Gene Simia, enchant the younger generation of book readers at the recent Paris Book Fair 2017.
Magic and Vengeance Rolled into One Book of Adventure
Magic and Vengeance Rolled into One Book of Adventure
4/11/2017 2:56:20 AM
Nothing can stop the magic at Paris Book Fair as the international event featured Arkansas’s very own author Marcella Schlote whose book, entitled Little Town of Secrets, has given more color and delight to thousands of readers around the globe.
Novel Chronicles a Journey of Change at TFOB 2017
Novel Chronicles a Journey of Change at TFOB 2017
4/11/2017 2:19:03 AM
Carly Thomson’s Truth Seekers  , displayed at LitFire Publishing’s booth, was one of the books featured at the Tucson Festival of Books 2017. The festival ran from March 11 to 12.
The Chocolate Factory Sponsors The Great Gift Card Hunt
The Chocolate Factory Sponsors The Great Gift Card Hunt
4/10/2017 4:21:48 PM
The Great Gift Card Hunt will take place in and around each of the eight Chocolate Factory Restaurant locations Friday, April 14th. The fun begins at 10:30am.
Children’s Book Shows How Fun and Adventurous Farm Life Can Be for Kids
Children’s Book Shows How Fun and Adventurous Farm Life Can Be for Kids
4/10/2017 8:00:00 AM
Judy Catherine Moratis can’t get enough of miniature horses that she creates a new adventure around them. The result is her second children’s book “Teddy Get Off That Mountain” (Tate Publishing, 2016), which came almost two years after the publication of Angel: And Love Came Down, her debut under the same publisher.
Modern Children’s Story Lights up a Hidden Tale on Humility
Modern Children’s Story Lights up a Hidden Tale on Humility
4/10/2017 8:00:00 AM
Anyone who has already read “Benedict and the Magic Chameleon” will know that the book belongs neither to superhero fiction nor fairy-tale fantasy.
Modern Children’s Story Emphasizes Quality Family Mealtime
Modern Children’s Story Emphasizes Quality Family Mealtime
4/10/2017 8:00:00 AM
A lot of children’s stories deal with family time; some of them deal with food and food items, as in The Gingerbread Man. A very few will revolve around both themes, and it so happens that “Spaghetti Rainbow,” written by Craylon Mills, is one of those very few children’s stories.
Up-and-coming Children’s Writer Pens a Morality Tale in Rhyme
Up-and-coming Children’s Writer Pens a Morality Tale in Rhyme
4/10/2017 8:00:00 AM
Fancy a modern retelling of a classic tale? If you love Charles Dickens’ “The Christmas Carol,” then you will also love Miss Wally’s “Renie the Meanie: A Brat’s Christmas Carol” (Xlibris, 2015).
Author Shows Love for Paris through Rhythmic Children’s Book
Author Shows Love for Paris through Rhythmic Children’s Book
4/10/2017 8:00:00 AM
Anyone who has read Staci Capehart’s “Lily The Girl Who Can Fly in Her Dreams: Lily Goes to Paris” (AuthorHouse, 2014) will have their eyes fixed upon the solid, colourful illustrations and appreciate the fast-paced development of the children’s story.
Contemporary Fable Reminds Readers of Their True Potential
Contemporary Fable Reminds Readers of Their True Potential
4/10/2017 8:00:00 AM
Fancy a story about an osprey that’s afraid to fly – and how it survives the predators and other dangers it comes across? Then you will love Edward Martin Polansky’s debut children’s book “Oscar the Osprey: The Bird Who Was Afraid of Heights” (AuthorHouse, 2015).
Anthropomorphic Animals in Modern Children’s Book Proves Popular
Anthropomorphic Animals in Modern Children’s Book Proves Popular
4/10/2017 8:00:00 AM
Animals and anthropomorphic animals will never outgrow their popularity in children’s literature. Not only they make reading fun, but they are actually preferred by children and even the writers who create such stories.