Even though it seems like every other day there’s a new reading device being launched, a lot of people still like the old fashion printed book.
In the past year hundreds of libraries have opened up in the Twin Cities. These libraries, however, are much small than traditional ones and are popping up in neighborhoods around the world.
Reading is arguably one of the most important lessons learned in school, but literacy can be a challenge for some students.
Given the large number of colleges and universities in the Twin Cities, it isn’t surprising that they have helped produce a core of voracious readers, many who enjoy the social interaction of book clubs.
Students having problems with reading now have a new, very unique classroom as an option: Horse powered reading.
Last year e-readers were at the top of a lot of people’s Christmas lists. In fact, right at the start of 2011, libraries started noticing more people checking out electronic books.
If you’re a parent in need of some holiday gift ideas, the Hennepin County Library just released its list of the most read books of 2011.
Consumer groups are asking the Federal Trade Commission to investigate claims by a company that its product can help a baby as young as 3 months old to learn to read. Sound suspicious? Check out the video from the Today Show.
Consumers are demanding refunds….were they sold a bill of goods?
Standardized test results show math scores are up and reading scores are holding steady for Minnesota students.