Saturday Apr 19
Guess who finally read The Help?
Are you one of those people who run out and buy a book because Oprah liked it or it's on somebody's best-seller list or you want to be the first among your friends to read it? Or are you someone who dislikes hype, is busy reading four other books, and waited years before picking up Harry Potter number one? Reading habits often put me in the latter ... (more)
New York Times Bestseller 'The Help' teaches high school students about racial segregation
Forest Hills Eastern High School students are gaining insight into the historical segregated lines of 1960s Mississippi thanks to two fictional black maids, named Aibileen Clark and Minny Jackson.
CommunityReadPosted on Sat. Mar 29th, 2014
Kathryn Stockett, left, author of the novel "The Help," signs a book Friday night for Leah Hipsher of Fostoria.
Kathryn Stockett charms Tulsa audience
Thursday evening, authors Michael Wallis and Teresa Miller presented awards to student writers from OSU in front of a huge crowd which filled the entire lower level of the PAC.
a Bring it up, talk about ita Posted on Wed. Mar 26th, 2014
AUTHOR KATHRYN STOCKETT will speak at 7 p.m. Friday at Findlay's CommunityRead at the University of Findlay's Koehler Center.