Fall into Fiction: Three Novels to Read

There’s nothing like a good book on a Fall day. For the perfect reading experience, all you need is a coffee, a blanket, a candle, and you’re set for hours of cozy reading. If you’re looking for a new book this Fall, dive into these three fiction novels that take you back in time, introduce fascinating characters, and share stories that you can’t put down.

Book of the Day 9/19/22

We could all use a little bit of inspiration, and I hope this book helps. Daily Inspirational Quotes and Sayings is a transformative book that was inspired by the extraordinary beauty of every day experiences. Within these pages, readers will experience a one-of-a-kind work of art that combines the beauty of the visual with the written word.

5 Back to School Books Every Student Should Read

The weather is cooling, syllabi are being distributed, and classrooms are filling up. It’s that time of year... back to school. If you’re a student in high school, college, or beyond – check out this list of books that will benefit you both in life and in your studies.

Book of the Day 8/22/22

If you’re a fantasy fiction reader, you must check out Elizabeth McCoy’s novel, Black and Gold. As the first book of the Calenor Trilogy, it sets the stage for an absolutely breathtaking series of events that unfold in an imaginative fantasy universe.

Book of the Day 8/17/22: If You Touch, I’ll Tell

Our Book of the Day is a powerful resource for children to learn how to stay safe and protect themselves from predators. Written by Dr. Shamina Aubuchon, If You Touch, I’ll Tell teaches kids how to use their voice power to deactivate predators and shield themselves from harm.

Book of the Day 8/4/22

Moving is a motivational book that will help you connect the dots in your life. Author Ike Lee has been moving for much of his life. By laying out a tangible blueprint for success and growth, he successfully creates a universally appealing companion for all professionals.

Book of the Day 8/1/22

The Disease is a fascinating autobiography that tells a story of fortitude, determination, resilience, and courage. When he was just 24 years old, Johnny P. Harmon contracted leprosy and was sent to the National Leprosarium, a prison-like facility in Carville, Louisiana. For some, this would have been catastrophic. But for Johnny, it was an opportunity to build a unique and fascinating new life.

Book of the Day 7/28/22

This valuable story introduces early readers to Ellie, a little girl who wants to protect the environment by recycling metal cans. She embarks on an adventure with her friends that teaches them that all metal can be recycled, and teamwork and collaboration can help them achieve their goals.

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