Books on my “to read” list

This article represents the author’s personal views only, and does not represent the views of Her Campus. College students are on vacation, which means it’s time for me to study! I like to read during my free time, especially during summer vacation. After a semester of reading academic articles, I always find myself falling in … Read more

Writer Sally Rippin feels lost when her son can’t read.She wants other parents to learn from her experience

Sally Rippin remembers her reading hits when she was a preschooler, and she could suddenly decode the wavy lines on the page. “It felt like something happened in an instant,” the award-winning children’s author told ABC RN’s Life Matters. she still remembers Later, she realized that reading didn’t work the same way for her son. … Read more

More Children’s Books About Violence Like Shootings

This school year, some students in the U.S. are more worried than getting all their homework done.Demand for Children’s Books Has Been Growing traumatic incidents such as school shootings. Selling books about violence to young readers, sad, difficult emotions have increased for the ninth year in a row. Nearly 6 million such books have been … Read more

Russian couple finds war refuge in Istanbul bookstore

ISTANBUL, Oct. 11 (Reuters) – The conversation flowed from Turkish to Russian as Oleg and Aleksandra Chernousov chatted with guests at the opening of their bookstore in Istanbul, which they once thought was just a temporary sign of new life in a new city. Start home. They fled St. Petersburg seven months ago with a … Read more

Harris County Expands Mobile Library Program, Adds Fourth ‘Curiosity Cruiser’ – Houston Public Media

Children in Houston’s Fifth Ward community show off books they received Tuesday from the Curiosity Cruiser, a mobile library deployed by the Harris County Public Library. On the left is Edward Melton, executive director of the library system. Instead of blaring familiar, catchy music through a roof-mounted speaker system, the sides of the vehicle are … Read more

“Doing Great Things:” Tuckaseegee Elementary School Grows Over 94% in 2021-2022 School Year

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) – A Charlotte-Mecklenburg school principal is keeping reading fun and helping students improve every day. Travares Hicks became the principal of Tuckaseegee Elementary School just days before the start of the 2021-2022 school year. Hicks moved quickly to set his sights on improving reading among minority students. “One of the things that … Read more

New report finds synergistic rise in book bans | WFAE 90.7

More than 1,600 titles have been banned throughout the 2021-22 school year, according to a new report from PEN America, an organization that advocates for free speech. According to the report, the surge in book bans is the result of a network of local political and advocacy groups targeting books with LGBTQ+ characters and storylines, … Read more