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Thanks! Again.

“This is the first time I ever met a real author!” The excitement of the third-graders at Virginia Williamson Elementary School in Bolivia, North Carolina was evident as M.C. Tillson handed out 91 copies of her middle-grade chapter book, The

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Talk, Sing, Read…and Don’t Stop

The First5California campaign (www.first5california.com) tells us that it’s never too early to start reading to our children. That’s music to the ears of those of us in the reading business. (First5California also encourages singing and talking to your youngest family

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A Present for You!

(Spoiler Alert: It’s a Book!) Every area of life is made better by the ability to read. If you’re reading this, then someone, at some point, helped you learn how. Someone practiced with you, someone read to you, and someone

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The Muffin Project: How Are We Doing?

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“As AI grows in sophistication and application, we need, more than ever, a corresponding flourishing of religion, philosophy and the humanities.”

Ryan Holmes, Founder and CEO of Hootsuite, in his article, Artificial intelligence doesn’t have to be evil. We just have to teach it to be good.