by Eva Hong Posted Mar 29, 2023
Sometimes, when I feel a unique combination of not knowing what to read and desiring a little change in my life, I find that a memoir or autobiography is just the fix. I love learning what people have done to overcome adversity, become successful, or lead a unique life.
by Heidi Fallone Posted Mar 14, 2023
Humans have practiced beekeeping since the time of the ancient Egyptians over 4,000 years ago. Bees have recently been threatened by “colony collapse disorder” in which the worker bees inexplicably abandon the hive, leaving behind the queen and the larvae. In response to this, urban beekeeping has become more prevalent. Today, beehives can be found on the roofs of buildings in cities all over the world. Here are some books for both adults and children, fiction and non-fiction, that will have you buzzing!
by Liza Glowacki Posted Mar 1, 2023
Black History Month runs from February 1st to March 1st , and I thought it would be amazing to highlight some picture books dedicated to trailblazers, activists, and authors that redefined society and brought incredible contributions to our world. These books offer incredible illustrations and historical context for children and adults alike.
by Sharon Nagel Posted Feb 19, 2023
Since we are close to Valentine’s Day, let’s talk about the wonderful and large selection of romance novels that are available today. I never used to read this genre, except of course for Harlequin romances back when my sister and I were tweens. But then the pandemic hit, and I was suddenly desperate for happy endings. Now there are so many different kinds of romances available. It doesn’t matter what you are into – there is a book or a series for you.