Published: 7:00 PM January 16, 2020 Update: 6:50 PM October 11, 2020 An environmental activist has dedicated herself to inspiring the next generation by writing a children’s book. ‘Just One Child’ is out now Photo: CHARLOTTE BOND – Credit: Charlotte Bond Debbie Bartlett, organizer of the Litter-Free Felixstowe litter cleanupRead More →

Award-winning children’s author Kate Messner’s latest book, The Seventh Wish, hit bookstores this week. A fantastic novel between talking fish and Irish dancing, the book also deals with the very real epidemic of opiate addiction in the United States. To promote the book on release day, Messner was invited toRead More →

jerry west was a pseudonym for Andrew Svenson, a prolific author who has written over 70 children’s books. As a partner in the Stratemeyer Syndicate, a book packaging company, Svenson has written, described and/or edited numerous volumes of the Rugged Boys, Nancy Drew, and Bobbsey twins series, among others. TheRead More →

The Downtown Spokane Public Library held a second Drag Queen Story Hour on Saturday, a controversial event in which people dressed in drag read books to children during Gay Pride Month. The Saturday afternoon reading drew roughly the same crowds as last week’s event at the South Hill Spokane PublicRead More →

Peril! Champion James Holzhauer, winner of 20 straight matches with more than $1.5 million in earnings, has already become one of the most successful game show contestants in American history. Now he’s aiming to continue his winning streak and target all-time Ken Jennings Peril! record $2.5 million. (It’s already worthRead More →

A group of “geeky” dads have used cutting-edge technology to create a personalized space adventure that will become the must-have children’s book this Christmas. The space-age book that lets your child travel the galaxies They’ve tamed a dragon and slain the Gruffalo – now a group of dads are onRead More →

Children’s author Drew Daywalt colors BookPeople Sunday By Jessi Cap, 10:38 p.m., Fri, September 11, 2015 I don’t specifically remember expressing the fate of my crayons, but I was one of those kids who personified every plastic dinosaur, every trinket, every doll (almost all were named Bob). As a parentRead More →