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EBSCO Releases Two Audiobook Subscription Collections

Sep
17

An audiobook subscription collection geared toward adults and another geared toward children and young adults are now available from EBSCO. Audiobook Premier Collection has titles to meet research needs and provide content for leisure reading. The Audiobook Youth Collection includes primarily fiction titles. The subscription collections allow libraries to subscribe to a collection that has titles added regularly for no extra cost.

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National Reading Program Provides Free Year-Round Programming for Schools and Public Libraries

Nov
23

Get kids excited about reading with the national Great Scavenger Hunt ContestTM reading program (http://www.kaycassidy.com/hunt/). Adopted by more than 250 school and public libraries, The Hunt provides a monthly trivia contest for readers ages 8 – 19, based on over 300 young adult and middle grade novels. Readers select a book and answer ten trivia questions accompanied by a special note from the author. For school and public librarians in the U.S. and Canada, The Hunt provides free, year-round programming to engage kids and teens in reading week after week.

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Personal Finance Book Teaches Gen Y to Go “Counterculture” With Money And Scores “Best Book” Award

Nov
17

Enjoy Your Money! How to Make It, Save It, Invest It and Give It by
J. Steve Miller wins National Best Book Award in the category of Personal Finance.

Atlanta: USA Book News announced that Enjoy Your Money! How to Make It, Save It, Invest It and Give It received the National Best Book Award in the category of Personal Finance.

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Bactrian Gold begins US Tour. The Kabul Case, a fictional short story, from Scriblist.com, captures the magic of the inspirational true story in Afghanistan.

May
24

LONDON, May 25, 2008: The Bactrian Gold, the legendary collection of over 2,000 artifacts from Afghanistan, opens today to the public for viewing at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. It is the inspiration in the fictional story ‘the Kabul Case’, written collaboratively by four British competition winning authors, published in the collection "Five Green Bananas", Book One from scriblist.com, in April 2008.

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