Everybody has a talent; yours happens to be on the job. People know you're good, they utilize your ability, and you don't mind. It's not a big deal to you, but could there be more to it? T.D. Jakes thinks ...
The child making headlines in the news could be yours. What would you do? You've thought about it, and in the new novel "Mama's Boy" by ReShonda Tate Billingsley, two mothers act.
"Something Must Be Done about Prince Edward County" is no novel. Nope, this is a feat of journalistic reporting with a personal twist, and it's pretty sharp.
You have more power deep inside you than you realize — but, as in the new novel, "Only the Strong" by Jabari Asim, you still have weaknesses.
Observing these creatures caged, it's easy to believe that wild animals shouldn't be penned like this — and in the new book "Spectacle: The Astonishing Life of Ota Benga" by Pamela Newkirk, neither should humans.
Nanu-Nanu and Pet Rocks. Mood rings, platform shoes, CBs, and May the Force Be with You. Saturday Night Fever, Pac-Man, disco suits, and Olivia Newton John on roller skates. If you’re of a certain age, these things bring back memories, ...
The path to something important is never straight.
Leaving home for college won't be easy, but you'll be ready once you've read "I'll Miss You Too" by Margo Ewing Woodacre and Steffany Bane Carey.
BOOK REVIEW: 'The Red Bicycle: The Extraordinary Story of One Ordinary Bicycle' by Jude Isabella, illustrated by Simone Shin
In the new book "The Red Bicycle," one boy's outgrown bike becomes another child's treasure.
There’s a lot to like about "Finding Samuel Lowe." There's a lot to learn here, too, but first, you'll have to ready yourself.
BOOK REVIEW: 'Miss Jessie's: Creating a Successful Business from Scratch – Naturally' by Miko Branch
Starting a business is not for the faint of heart.
It's always been your dream to be a famous author — and that could happen, but there's work to do first. "Infinite Words" by Zane can get you started.
Sometimes you choose your sides, and sometimes they're chosen for you.
Growing up, there were many things you learned by observation — one of them being a sharp knowledge of when you were approaching your mother's last nerve. Like most kids, Ylonda Gault Caviness tried to avoid that mess; instead, she ...
Whoever said that big girls don't cry needs to know that's not true.