My answer is usually, “any and every book will help your child learn to read!” It’s true! The best way to jump-start learning to read […]
The book is Jane Seymour, The Haunted Queen. The series is Six Tudor Queens, and if you are up on your English history, you will […]
Local author, playwright, and journalist Christopher Johnston recently sat down with us to discuss his new book, Shattering Silences: Strategies to Prevent Sexual Assault, Heal […]
Sarah Haywood’s debut novel, The Cactus, is a perfect mashup of the books Eleanor Oliphant and The Rosie Project. Her character, Susan Green, is an independent, professional […]
The Fund for the Future of Heights Libraries (FFHL) is currently seeking nominations for its 2018 FFHL Honor Roll. Nominations will be accepted through Friday, August […]
Local artist Sharon Dingess displays original paintings and paper mâché at Heights Libraries this August.
It’s been a tough year for literature, with authors like Philip Roth and Tom Wolfe passing away recently. But the Fantasy/Sci-Fi community has been hit […]
Summer is coming to an end and soon students will be heading back to school. The Microsoft Office suite, including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, is […]