Literati Is Making Reading Fun Again Through Its Children’s And Adult Book Clubs

Literati Is Making Reading Fun Again Through Its Children’s And Adult Book Clubs

Jessica Ewing founded Literati as a modern book distributor with a curator focus on matching every … [+] child with the right book. Aleks Gajdeczka for Literati How has the accessibility of billions of hours of video content impacted reading for fun? The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that people aged 15–44 in the U.S. … Read more

Bill Gates Recommends You Read These Five Books–Some Of His All-Time Favorites

Bill Gates Recommends You Read These Five Books–Some Of His All-Time Favorites

Bill Gates, an inveterate reader, shares some of his all time favorites. getty Just in time for the holidays, billionaire philanthropist and Microsoft cofounder Bill Gates is sharing five book recommendations that are some of his favorites of all time. It’s an eclectic collection, ranging from a sci-fi favorite from his teenage years and a … Read more

By the Book: Himani Dalmia’s empathetic book focuses on the joys of reading, David Walliams returns with a supersonic adventure

By the Book: Himani Dalmia’s empathetic book focuses on the joys of reading, David Walliams returns with a supersonic adventure

Photo: Amazon.in For book lovers and librarians of a particular generation in the country, Bandana Sen is a beloved name. Sen, who passed away in 2018, began her career working at the American International School in what was then Calcutta and, afterwards, spent close to four decades at the American Embassy School in New Delhi, … Read more

‘Nritya Katha’: Book introduces children to Indian classical dance forms

‘Nritya Katha’: Book introduces children to Indian classical dance forms

Shedding light on the eight classical dance forms of India, a new illustrated book by Odissi dancer and author Jaya Mehta gives children a peek into the colourful world of Indian classical dances. “Nritya Katha: Indian Dance Stories for Children”, illustrated by Moldova-based illustrator Natalia Suruba, is a collection of nine stories featuring different dance … Read more

Book sale returns to the Peterborough Public Library

Book sale returns to the Peterborough Public Library

Lifestyle Another event that was put on hiatus due to COVID-19 is back. The semi-annual book sale has made its return to the Peterborough Public Library for the first time since 2019. The event kicked off Friday with dozens of bookworms on the hunt for the perfect paperback at a discount. Katrina Squazzin has more.