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Breaking : Obama recommends Achebe , Chimamanda books for summer reading - News
Former U.S. President, Barack Obama, has recommended Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart” and Chimamanda Adichie’s “Americanah” among six books for the 2018 Summer reading list.Obama took to his Twitter handle to announce the six all-African authored books ahead of his first visit to Africa since lea
24-hour Zine Thing and Open Mic Zine Reading - GraysHarborTalk
Drop-in to the library meeting room between 1 – 7 p.m. to work on your own Zine and/or contribute to the annual collective Zine. There is always a collectively made zine, with participants contributing a page of words and/or art around a specific theme. Past themes have included dreams, animals, sec
Raptors for Reading -
Splayed out on pillows, blankets and directly on the ground, a group of more than 50 children and adults gathered last week on the grassy knoll adjacent to Whitefish Community Library to marvel at and learn about wild birds.
Score with reading - The
The Martha’s Vineyard Library Association would like to heartily thank the YMCA of Martha’s Vineyard and the MV Ice Arena for hosting a fabulous Summer Reading Program, “When You Read, You Score!” on July 11, 2018.
Bill to Repeal Police Act Passes Second Reading - THISDAYLIVE
A Bill for an Act to Repeal the Police Act CAP P18 LFN 2004 and enact the Police Reform and for related matters, 2018(SB.682), sponsored by Senator Bala Na’allah (Kebbi South), passed the second reading in the Senate on Tuesday.
The Science of Reading - Erin Wildermuth
Even if you don’t consider yourself a “reader,” you read all the time. Signs, instructions, articles, bills, blogs, newspaper headlines and grocery lists all depend on literacy. Literature is the icing on the cake. Reading permeates so much of our lives, and yet human civilization has only been lite
Students participating in an unique initiative to promote reading -
THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Students participating in an unique initiative to promote reading, as around 13,000 students joined the one-hour reading programme at St Mary’s School, Pattom in Thiruvananthapuram on Monday. UNI PHOTO
Wild reading - books for the summer
Far from Land, by Michael Brooke, illustrated by Bruce Pearson. Princeton University Press £24.95.