LIVE UPDATE: Will and Kate’s eldest child attends funeral

LONDON – Prince William and his wife Catherine’s son Prince George, 9, and daughter Princess Charlotte, 7, will attend the state funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. George, who is now second in line to the throne, and his sister will join the royal family through Westminster Abbey, in a procession behind the Queen’s coffin as … Read more

Best order to book flights, hotels and rental cars

photo: Gaudi Lab (Shutterstock) when you are Budgeting in a Pre-Travel Spreadsheet, you may book a flight first. Airfare is often the most expensive part of traveling, and it is instinctive to buy airfare first and plan your car rental and hotel from there. However, this order of operations can cost you. The smartest way … Read more

Research library brings a world of knowledge to Tucson kids | Books

Bill Finley Special to Arizona Daily Star The Center for the World of Words at the University of Arizona is commonly known as “WOW” for good reason, and the acronym is just one of them. Students from Paul Freire Free School visited the centre last week as part of an eighth grade field trip. There, … Read more

Racine native publishes first book centering on black characters in the Old West | Books

Dee Holzer Racine – William Greer’s first book was given to his son as a gift on his 40th birthday. The Racine native, who now lives in Madison, said it was difficult to come up with a gift that showed a father’s love for his son, not just a card, but one he could put … Read more

Judge dismisses lawsuit trying to treat children as obscene books

Norfolk, Virginia — A Virginia judge on Tuesday dismissed a lawsuit that sought to declare two books as children’s obscenity and distribute them to minors, including booksellers and libraries. The books in question are “Gender Queer: A Memoir” by Maia Kobabe and “A Court of Mist and Fury” by Sarah J. Maas. Both books describe … Read more