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Founded January 2004, WREEL Readers selected "Sisterhood Situation" by Janette McCarty Lourad as the first book for the group to read and discuss at its February 2004 meeting. "Sisterhood Situation" is based on the relationship of four very different women whose friendship remains true--blue as they face life, love, heartaches, and joy. This selection proved to be the most befitting as the group's first selection. WREEL Readers started with four members who remain loyal to the vision of enhancing and enriching our lives through literature.
WREEL Readers' membership has grown from four members to a nationwide literary community. We have members of all ages who share a passion for reading, lively group discussions, fun activities and new friends.
Today I talk with Sara Jayne Townsend from "across the pond." Sara lives in Surrey, England and will be discussing her latest release, a book of short horror stories during her second appearance on Page Readers.
Discover more about this exciting author at http://sarajaynetownsend.weebly.com/
An ‘e’ in front of any word changes our expectation of that item. eBooks exemplify that point… what makes an eBook a book and what makes it ‘e’lectronic? In pK-12 most learners have expectations of how they interact with these digital assets based on their home life and their familiarity with the Internet, browsers, and dynamically generated content. Here two cultures collide… the organized structure of school and the dynamic nature and expectations of digital assets. In this show we will discuss the tug-of-war between the the market requirements and the user expectations, the changing nature of those expectations, and the evolving technical and business challenges. The discussion should elucidate some of the key issues so you know what you’re getting into when you say “eBook ’em Danno!”
Guests at the table:
Tzviya Siegman, Digital Book Standards & Capabilities Lead at
Michael Ross, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Education at Encyclopaedia Britannica
Gail Lewis, Director of Product Strategy at myON
SWEET TEA WITH A CHASER AUGUST 10th 9 PM HOUR
Tangela Floyd is executive director at Young Minds Building Success Charities, Inc. and is a performer. Tangela Floyd and Emanuel Washington produced and directed the reader’s theater Stetson Kennedy Legacy Part II: The Black Superheroes.
Tangela is formerly a pricing and profitability manager for CHF, the mortgage subsidiary of JPMorganChase. She is currently the executive director for Young Minds Building Success Charities. She is author of “Can I Speak”, “Eve of a New Nation”, and the children’s book “Jump Manya”. Tangela is a poet, storyteller, and lecturer. She has performed across North America, Europe, and Africa.
Young Minds Building Success Charities is a cultural arts and education tutoring and mentoring program. We want to use Reader Theater to improve literacy and comprehension skills of children and young adults. We are a team of professional, creative, and dedicated individuals. A key advantage of our nonprofit is an extensive knowledge base and hands on experience with children and young adults ages birth to 22 years. www.ymbsc.org
10 PM HOUR - What do you do when you KNOW that what is GOOD TO YOU IS NOT GOOD FOR YOU? How do you cut and run?
Can you still be JUST FRIENDS (no side benefits) with a great lover that is probably blocking your REAL THING coming along?
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RD Foster, born on a Collin County, Texas, cotton farm, graduated from McKinney High School in 1966 and at 18 years of age, enlisted in the United States Marine Corps. After serving three years in Vietnam, the Philippine Islands and Okinawa, Foster returned home and worked as a fireman, a long-haul truck driver, a private investigator and spent many years in the music business as a singer, songwriter, guitar player, producer and bus driver for touring bands. He is a published author, with numerous newspaper and magazine articles, and is the author of two published novels.
With the publishing of "One Day as a Lion – True Stories of the Vietnam War" in 2007, a grass-roots effort began to build a veterans memorial to honor all Collin County men and women who have given their lives in the service of our country. As a result, the Wall of Honor at the Veterans Memorial Park in McKinney, containing the names of 345 heroes, was dedicated on 11, 11, 2011.
"One Day as a Lion” was awarded the Silver Trophy at the 2009 North Texas Book Festival. In 2010, RD Foster was selected as Patriot of the Year by the Texas Veterans Commission. Currently, he is writing a book of true stories about the 345 names on the Wall of Honor.
RD, who has been an editor with Entry Way Publishing and Digi-Tall Media since 2003, and his wife, Trina, live in a rural section of northern Collin County, Texas.
Lavie Margolin is a Career Coach and author of "Lion Cub Job Search: Practical Job Search Assistance for Practical Job Seekers". His role as a job search advisor is to act as a coach, educator and helping hand to you. He will work with you closely in reviewing all aspects of the job search process and sharpening the necessary skills. He clearly defines all advice given and cites practical examples for applying methods to increasing job search success.
Visit him online at http://www.lioncubjobsearch.com/
in Self Help
Join us as Sister Jenna welcomes Author Laurie Ann Thompson to the America Meditating Radio Show!
"I write for children and young adults, opening up hearts and minds and engaging both toward understanding and improving our complex world. Sometimes, getting lost in a good book can be just the thing we need to finally find ourselves." - Author Laurie Ann Thompson
Author Laurie Ann Thompson grew up in rural northern Wisconsin. A former software engineer, she now writes for children and young adults to help her readers--and herself--make better sense of the world we live in so they can contribute to making it a better place for all of us. She strives to write non-fiction that gives wings to active imaginations and fiction that taps into our universal human truths.
Laurie’s books include, "Be a Changemaker: How to Start Something That Matters," "Emmanuel’s Dream," a picture book biography about Emmanuel Ofosu Yeboah, who changed Ghana's perception of people with disabilities; and "My Dog is the Best," an adorable picture book about the unconditional love that exists between a child and a family pet. Laurie is a member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. Visit lauriethompson.com.
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THE HOOSIER FAMILY OF READERS
MyOn Reader presents Indiana Superintendent of Public Instruction Glenda Ritz on the title subject and it's impact on literacy in Indiana
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