Author, speaker and blogger Brittany Nicole wants to help you penetrate the present culture and inspire a movement to help empower students. I recently spoke with her about her new book, Who Are They Really? A Student Leader’s Guide to Penetrating the Present Culture.
Adrianne J. Caldwell doesn’t want the book that changed her life to say hidden.
It’s not uncommon these days to see toddlers playing with cell phones and tablets, but is this too much too soon? As a parent, how can you tell if you child is ready to tackle technology?
Author M.A. Malcolm is still blown away by her success. I recently spoke with her about her book, His Last Resort.
If you love books as much as I do, there are two opportunities for you this Saturday.
School started last week here in Birmingham, and other areas will be starting soon. I thought now was a good time to say a prayer for not only our students, but all those who interact with them. Please join me in saying a prayer for the new school year.
Jennifer B. Turner, a lumber process safety manager with Georgia Pacific LLC., reached back to her childhood to find the book that changed her life.
The first day of school is hard enough without the added pressure of transitioning to a new environment, but for many families that will be the reality once classes begin in August. So how can parents help?
Dr. Heather L. Townsend wants children to know that black is beautiful. I recently spoke with the educator and humanitarian about her book, Black Is…
If you or someone you love is dealing with health-related hair loss, Debra Caine, owner of Pinkpetals2Wigs, wants to help you look and feel beautiful.