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10 Books to Engage Young Readers

10 Books to Engage Young Readers

Reading opens up a world of possibilities. Unfortunately, for some kids reading is less of a passion and more of a chore. How do you find books that they find rich and interesting, yet aren’t so difficult they can’t access the text? We’re here to help with our list of 10 books to engage young readers.

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Spotify Halloween Playlist Reanimated!

Spotify Halloween Playlist Reanimated!

Our Halloween playlist rises from the dead! It's the perfect soundtrack for your Halloween festivities or just to get you in the mood for the scary season. Dim the lights, draw the shades, and feast your ears on our playlist, reanimated.

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Confessions of a Part-Time Horror Author

Confessions of a Part-Time Horror Author

Do you have that little voice in the back of your head that tells you that you could be a writer? In honor of the creepiest season of the year, we’ve sat down for a talk with burgeoning horror author for his perspective on writing.

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How to Beat Tiredness: 5 Fresh Tips

How to Beat Tiredness: 5 Fresh Tips

There’s definitely a difference between appreciating the blissful feeling of sleep and always craving it like you desperately need it. If you feel like you can’t get through your simple, everyday tasks without heavy eyelids, here are 5 tips on how to beat tiredness.

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10 Horror Stories Based on Real Life

10 Horror Stories Based on Real Life

We’ve made some recommendations in the past on how to get your scare on, but what about the horror stories that aren’t so fantastical? What about those particular stories that have their genesis in the real world? We’ve collected 10 horror stories based on real life events to change your attitude from chill to chilled.

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Banned Books Week 2018: Top Ten Challenged or Banned Books

Banned Books Week 2018: Top Ten Challenged or Banned Books

It's Banned Books Week, the American Library Association’s celebration of “the freedom to read”. We’re lucky to live in a time where it’s pretty easy to get ahold of a book—no matter how hard someone wants to ban it. But there’s still plenty of cause for concern.

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5 Study Myths to Put to Rest

5 Study Myths to Put to Rest

We all want to get the most out of our study sessions, and there’s plenty of advice out there to help. But not all study tips are created equal. Here are some oft-repeated study myths we need to put to rest.

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