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As you’re thinking about New Year’s resolutions and making changes to your life, consider one of these inspirational books that will help you take the next steps. "The Wisdom of Sundays: Life-Changing Insigh ...

November is Native American Heritage Month. In honor of this tradition, we’re offering a list of books that discuss the religion and spirituality of Indigenous peoples. In some ways, Native American traditions have ...

At the end of September, libraries all over the United States will be celebrating the right to read. Banned Books Week has been featured for about 30 years, but the practice of banning books dates back much farther than ...

Some authors believe that getting on the Banned Book List is a great way to increase publicity about controversial topics. One of the most hotly debated topics over the years has been LGBT rights and information. Here a ...

Need more inspiration for reading about Native American culture? Here are seven more books that will delight readers of all genders. Some are about the myths and legends of the Native American people and others are conte ...

Albert Einstein said, “Education is what remains after one has forgotten everything he learned in school.” Giving kids a look at history through the eyes of people who were there can help them retain the info ...

King James I inherited a mess when he ascended to the throne of England. The Church of England, Puritans and Catholics were at odds with each other. One big problem was the previous translation of the Bible. James conven ...

Immigration has been one of the top political and social issues in America for many years. Washington politicians need to find lasting solutions that promote human rights and protect innocent victims. Adults have a hard ...

Young girls need heroines that will fill their minds of possibilities. In the past, it’s been challenging to find interesting stories of women who made a difference. Fortunately, publishers have taken notice and ha ...

On March 2, schools across America celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday by reading. If you need help discussing diversity and religion with your child, check out these great books that you can read together and start talk ...