It is summertime. The weather’s warmed up and every day is (hopefully, fingers crossed) filled with sunshine. That means...
It is officially summer! Sound all of the alarms! Now that summer is here, there are probably so many things you want to do. If you mention summer, one of the first things that come to mind are fairs and amusement parks. Amirite?
May is Asian/Pacific American Heritage Month, a month that celebrates people in the United States with heritage from anywhere in the Asian continent or the Pacific islands of Melanesia, Micronesia, and Polynesia.
It's almost summer! Hopefully that means you'll have more free time to fill with reading. If you have no idea what to read to kick off your summer reading, here are five books to help you out.
It’s National Bookmobile Day! Bookmobiles, in case you weren’t aware, are mobile libraries that provide books to more remote and to people who can’t get to a library regularly such as hospitals, nursing homes, etc.
Dolores Umbridge is likely the most reviled character J. K. Rowling ever created. The subtext of saccharine sweetness was some solid, Stalin-esque authoritarianism.
If you grew up in the US in the past forty years, you probably can’t say “conjunction” without then singing an entire song. We all have a show called Schoolhouse Rock! to thank for that. Covering topics like math, U.S.
Your English professor assigned you a book. You didn’t read it.
Gasp. I know, I’m sorry. I hope I haven’t shattered your conception of reality. I hope I haven’t robbed you of gravity itself. I hope you still have access to oxygen on planet Earth.
The sheer amount of verbs out there will discombobulate you, if you stop and cogitate. Seriously, cogitate for a moment with me about all the words in the English language that nobody uses. Maybe they’re archaic or obsolete or slang, but they still mean the thing they’re meant to mean.
C. S. Lewis was a fierce believer in God, imagination, and friendship. He spoke about those three things with a lot of passion and frequency. The latter two especially fueled his beloved Narnia books.