Did you know The Hobbit was published on 9/21/1937? For 83 years, Thorin Oakenshield, Bilbo Baggins, Gandalf, and the rest have captured our imaginations. However, the The Hobbit has more to offer than just an entertaining story. It provides tremendous life lessons and morals we can apply in our lives, especially our academic lives.
photo by Jo Szczepanska We're all familiar with the old adage, "Don't judge a book by its cover." This applies to used books too. The scuffs, scrapes, and tears acquired by books have no bearing on the quality of the content inside. If anything, the fact these old books have weathered hard times and survived [...]
The month of February is a time to reflect on the rich history and accomplishments of Americans with African ancestry. It's a time to reflect on what "Can Be". (A Reason to Celebrate and Share Our History by Cris Clay) It is a time to stand united and look forward to the future with optimism [...]
Noah Webster. Photo is in the Public Domain in the United States "Language is the expression of ideas, and if the people of one country cannot preserve an identity of ideas they cannot retain an identity of language." ~ Noah Webster Noah Webster was an academic by nature. His mother taught him at home spelling, [...]
Hey There! Thanks for tuning in to our blog this week and boy do we have a special treat for you! For the first time in history, Discover Books is releasing a one-of-a-kind video that will take you on a #backtoschool trip down memory lane. Think back for a second to your very first day [...]