This is the story of early abolitionist and women’s rights advocates, the Grimke sisters of South Carolina. Grim was part of their name, some aspects of their lives, and their look when photographed. In addition to being the fashion .
It’s Easter, and so I’m writing about bunnies. Bunnies are perhaps a little overdone in children’s literature, I’ll admit. They are so cute and cuddly and kind-looking. It seems the perfect match for our cute, cuddly, .
You might not always be able to tell the book by its cover, but there are plenty of times when the cover wins over a reader. So it was with “A Cruise to Die For.” I haven’t been on .
Bryn Greenwood, known to her old classmates in K-State’s Creative Writing graduate program as Sarah, has a strength that informs all her writing. In her first commercial novel, 2012’s “Last Will”, she showed how an imaginative writer would avoid .
Stress is everywhere in our lives. It seems that the world has grown smaller, time has grown shorter, we try to do more with less, and the stress piles up. What can we do about it? Techniques for relieving stress .
Lawyer and best-selling author Scott Turow has done it again. His latest mystery-thriller has some of the most unexpected and surprising, yet still believable, plot twists I have ever encountered in the hundreds of murder mysteries I have read. In .
“The Girl You Left Behind” is a love story that spans the decades from World War I to present day. Sophie and Edouard Lefevre live in a small town in France. Edouard, an artist by trade, is drafted into the .
It turned out to be the tour from hell. Ann Gulbrith had acted for three summers in civic theater productions in her home town, Kalamazoo, Michigan, and one summer in the Seaplace Barn Theater on Long Island, when her friends, .
What seems to be a simple memoir of a youth spent in Africa is so much more. Boyd Varty’s “Cathedral of the Wild” recounts some incredible tales of encounters with wild animals and a sometimes harsh environment, but that’.
“Whistling Past the Graveyard” is powerful novel reminiscent of “To Kill a Mockingbird” or “Huck Finn.” In 1963, the protagonist and storyteller, 9-year-old Starla Claudelle, lives with her grandmother, Mamie, in Cayuga Springs, Miss. Starla hasn’t seen her momma .
Did you know that because arctic ice is melting, five countries will control a fourth of the world’s petroleum reserves? That U.S. submarines already use the Northwest Passage to travel between the Atlantic and the Pacific? That as .
In 1995 Jocelyn Viterna (as an undergraduate at Kansas State University) made her first trip to El Salvador as part of a delegation from the Manhattan Alliance for Peace & Justice and its sister-city relationship with El Papaturro. That experience led .
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