It’s not every day students get to meet a published author, but fifth and sixth graders at Clayton Intermediate School did just that on Friday when children’s author Chrysa Smith spoke with the students.
By Lisa MessingerCreators Syndicate“American Heart Association No-Fad Diet: A Personal Plan for Healthy Weight Loss” (Clarkson Potter)
“Your Association Shortcut,” written by Robert Skrob, CPA, CAE, helps businesses and entrepreneurs navigate the insider society and internal processes used by more than 100,000 professional and trade societies. It is a complete guide on how to find...
“Vegan Soups and Hearty Stews for All Seasons” by Nava Atlas (Clarkson Potter, $17.95)
“The Spice Merchant’s Daughter: Recipes and Simple Spice Blends for the American Kitchen” by Christina Arokiasamy (Clarkson Potter, $29.95).
“1001 Foods You Must Taste Before You Die,” edited by Frances Case (Universe, $36.95)
The grandson of a one-room schoolteacher and the son of a physician, many would tend to think that learning would be easy for James R. Nuttall. However, on a sixth-grade reading test it was discovered he was reading a mere 27 words a minute. In...
Children at the Smyrna Public Library will get the chance to learn more about science and math thanks to a trip Children's Librarian Kriss Mera took in November as part of a...
Delaware native and historian Gene Castellano began documenting Wilmington architecture in 1984. Now, 30 years later, he's put together a book that documents the changing landscape of the city he loves.
If you’re a 16-year-old boy you’re probably pretty happy these days with your choices at the multiplex. However, for the rest of us, things are not so rosy.
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