By Jennifer L. Jacobson Having a career can be both rewarding and challenging for anyone, but look closer at modern working life and it isn’t long before differences become apparent in the treatment, expectation, understanding, and assignment of women in the workplace. These biases do not stem from any one […]
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… Through Penguin Random House Donation to Worldreader Worldreader, a global nonprofit dedicated to improving literacy in the developing world, today announces that Chelsea Clinton’s new book, It’s Your World: Get Informed, Get Inspired & Get Going!, has been added to the Worldreader digital library for schools and libraries across […]
If you are looking for book recommendations to take with you to the beach, on vacation or to read in your down time, these are the editor pics for Summer 2015: Erotica Book Club for Nice Ladies by Connie Spittler Lily, a librarian with a bookmobile, arrives in the small […]
By Maggie Allen & Janine K. Spendlove Science Fiction and Fantasy (SF/F) are wonderful mediums for helping people expand their horizons and encouraging imagination. Unfortunately, despite the fact that the best selling YA novels of all time (Harry Potter, The Hunger Games, and Twilight) were all penned by women and […]