No matter where you get your paycheck or salary, the truth is that you are the boss of you.
The election is over. The semester's almost finished. Even the year is running out of time. At the end of these (and your day), you want something light to relax with and "Brief Histories of Everyday Objects" is perfect.
BOOK REVIEW: 'Little Shaq: Star of the Week' by Shaquille O'Neal, illustrated by Theodore Taylor III
Being a responsible kid has its rewards.
BOOK REVIEW: 'Ella Fitzgerald' by Stéphane Olliver, illustrated by Rémi Courgeon, translated by Penelope Stanley-Baker, narrated by John Chancer
Sad, but true: you might have to go through disappointments. Other kids might call you names or pick on you. Things won't always go your way, but the good news is that your parents will help you through the bad ...
You aim to touch as much of the world as you can. It's a common desire and, as in "Tales of the Talented Tenth: Bessie Stringfield" by Joel Christian Gill, you might make history while you're doing it.
Have we ever really made any progress on race relations at all? In the new book "We Gon' Be Alright" by Jeff Chang, the answer is maybe — and it's fixable.
BOOK REVIEW: 'Truevine: Two Brothers, a Kidnapping, and a Mother's Quest: A True Story of the Jim Crow South' by Beth Macy
Life these days is a three-ring circus.
In the new book "Ticktock Banneker's Clock" by Shana Keller, illustrated by David C. Gardner, you'll see how one really interesting project can lead to another.
On Nov. 23, 2013, most Americans were preparing for Thanksgiving. We were marking the anniversary of JFK's assassination and watching the weather, the news on Iraq, or the Baylor-Oklahoma State game. We were enjoying our weekend. And on that Saturday, ...
In the new memoir "A Life Everlasting" by Sarah Gray, the best of news is sometimes followed by the worst.
The annual Library of Congress National Book Festival drew an estimated 200,000 people to the Walter E. Convention Center in D.C. Saturday, with more than 120 featured authors, concession stands, panel discussions, craft tables and famous book signings from celebrated ...
Just like every other business in America, you have good weeks and bad. You have financial feast-or-famine and you'd like more of the former than the latter. Author Lauren Leader-Chivée says she knows how you can achieve that and in ...
While it’s true that familiar names are everywhere in this book — Wheatley, Turner, Douglass, Truth, Tubman — readers will also be absolutely treated to stories and mini-biographies from regular people throughout history.
In the early 1980s, Dunbar High School in Baltimore enjoyed one of the most successful basketball programs in the nation, featuring a roster adorned with future NBA stars. Now, author Alejandro Danois has captured their tale in a new 246-page ...
In a friendship that many called "flat-out weird" but actually does make sense, few others had so much in common as Elizabeth Taylor and Michael Jackson.