Caldecott honors visual delights of books - Toledoblade.com Eerdmans Books for Young Readers. Ages 8-12. $17.50. Enlarge Peter Roget, an avid reader, began ... THIS ONE SUMMER. Illustrated by Mariko ... 02/28/2015 - 12:04 pm | View Link
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Malden Schools partner with Dockside to encourage summer reading which are just some recommended books, the students in grades kindergarten through grade 5 will have a Reading Log calendar for the months of July and August. All students in kindergarten through grade 8 receive a Reader’s Response to fill out. 04/1/2015 - 9:06 am | View Link
Spring cleaning: Can you narrow your book collection to 30? "The Common Reader.” Virginia Woolf wrote about literature as if it ... “Mornings on Horseback” by David McCullough. McCullough’s books are an abiding reminder that history can be as compelling as a novel. I’d choose “Mornings,” his account ... 04/1/2015 - 4:59 am | View Link
Vermont Poet Laureate Kicks Off New Lecture Series The enigmatic poem prompted Lea — a 40-year veteran of academia, cofounder of the New England Review and author of nine poetry books — to ponder ... 7 p.m., with Sydney Lea speaking on "Inviting the Reader: Narrative Values, Lyric Presentation ... 04/1/2015 - 3:08 am | View Link
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Melissa Clark: By the Book I wouldn’t use pen. I keep the books I know I’ll reread. I’m a big re-reader. I just reread “Portrait of a Lady,” and it was a completely different experience from the last time I read it 15 years ago. 19th century novels — I think that might ... 03/31/2015 - 10:16 am | View Link
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On its cover, “Tales of the Marvellous and News of the Strange” is described as “the first English translation of a medieval Arab fantasy collection.” First discovered in 1933, in Istanbul, in a unique manuscript, it is now presented in English by the distinguished Arabist Malcolm C. Lyons, who a mere seven years ago brought out a complete and up-to-date translation of “The Arabian Nights: Tales of 1001 Nights.” For each of those three hefty volumes, Robert Irwin, best known for “The Arabian Nights: A Companion,” supplied a characteristically learned and engaging introduction, as he does again for this new book.
There’s a long-beloved saying in the romance genre: “The heroine always wins.” In books by women and for women, it should come as no surprise that heroines are the heroes of the action, finding themselves, their power and their future through love. But these are not simpering misses. These are strong women, deeply committed to their dreams, their passions and those they love.
Known for his playful poetry and for flouting typographical custom, Edward Estlin Cummings grew up happily entangled in both nature and words — contentedly aware of his “enormous smallness” while exploring the wilderness. His ode to spring, “when the world is mud-luscious” and “puddle-wonderful,” seems particularly fitting as a long, challenging winter gives way to a wet April.