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email@example.comThe number of iPads being used in Washington County Public Schools could significantly increase in the next school year, according to Schools Superintendent Clayton Wilcox. A request for the Washington County Board of Education to approve the purchase of...
The book business is booming at McLean and Eakin Booksellers at 307 E. Lake St. in Petoskey. Owners Jessilynn and Matt Norcross attribute their success, in part, to the long hours and hard work known to all small-business owners, but contend it is the...
An online bookseller that donates a percentage of its proceeds to pro-literacy and non-profit education groups has installed drop boxes for used and new books across Central Florida to fuel the organization's cause. Book bins from BetterWorldBooks.com...
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With technology becoming ever-present in our lives, that same technology is starting to change how college students interact with their textbooks. Indiana University has been piloting a program for the past few years that puts some students in classes...
Everybody loves a book sale, and there will be one at the Costa Mesa Donald Dungan Library on July 14 and 15. On July 14, the action will go from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., with most books priced from 50 cents to $1. On July 15, the sale will continue from noon...
firstname.lastname@example.orgThere are those who believe bookstores — the ones that offer reading material in the paper and ink variety — will one day go the way of vinyl records. Bookstores will become dinosaurs. Hardcovers and paperbacks will vanish from the...
It's a strange time for the book industry. With e-books gaining popularity and big box bookstores closing their doors, what does the future of paperbacks and hardcovers look like? Book-a-holic is trying to keep the book industry thriving in Wichita by...
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McLean & Eakin, Booksellers in downtown Petoskey will host two authors on Friday, July 13, signing copies of their latest books. 'Dead for the Money' Local author Peg Herring will be signing her book "Dead for the Money; A Dead Detective Series Book"...
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Money that was earmarked for a master plan for Costa Mesa's Library Services has instead been used to supplement Orange County funds for repairing the roof of the Costa Mesa Donald Dungan Library. When money is tight, I can understand this. However,...
Artnet Magazine, a widely read online publication devoted to the visual-art market, is shutting down due to financial difficulties. The magazine's editor said in a email statement Monday that "during its 16 years of digital life, the magazine was never...
Jacket CopyBeloved librarian Nancy Pearl finds a few fans fading after partnering with Amazon....
Jacket CopyA roundup, from afar, of roundups of publishing's big annual conference, Book Expo America....
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