Spring has sprung, the weather is (finally!) warming up, and we are excited gather over a glass of crisp white wine and discuss the seasons hottest books with our favorite girlfriends. Our sister company, Simon & Schuster, is celebrating the resurgence of sunshine and greenery with the book club picks to keep you and your club reading throughout cherry blossom season.
March is Women’s History Month and our sister company Simon & Schuster has put together a list of book club picks that celebrate female voices!
We’ve waited for it for weeks. We’re been anticipating it. We were counting down the days until it happened. No, we’re not talking about the Super Bowl. We’re talking about the 2015 Edition of Bad […]
Megan Scott, from Joy Of Cooking and the blog The Joy Kitchen, shares tips on how to know your oven.
Kim Barbouin, author of the Skinny Bitch series, shares her favorite vegan sweets recipes so you can bake up a storm.
Writer Michael Farris Smith, author of the novel Rivers, recommends visiting the houses of five Southern literary giants to see where they drew their inspiration for their craft.
Whether your child is off to their very first day of preschool, kindergarten, or off to middle school, our sister company, Simon & Schuster has a book that’s perfect to beat those first-day jitters.
Atlanta is privy to local independent book stores like A Cappella Books, Charis Books, Little Shop of Stories, Bound to Be Read Books, and Phoenix and Dragon Book Store. Check out each stores event calendars for many community events happening daily.
Earlier this month, funding issues caused Gwinnett County to cut 600 jobs after approximately $89 million was taken out of their operating budget, a drastic measure echoed in other counties throughout the state. Now, teachers at Benefield Elementary School in Lawrenceville are rallying for the sake of education, and volunteering to give free reading classes to any interested young students this summer.
A member of the Vicksburg Warren School Board drew criticism for suggesting that teachers use Playboy magazine as a literary source to encourage students to read.