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Madelyne Brown: Books for Zamar

Hey friends! If you would like to be part of a great opportunity to invest in the lives of kids in India by supplying books for their school library, please check this out!

The Aroma of Old Books

Love for the old book smell is so universal that you can actually buy the fragrance! Learn the science behind the odor of old books.

The Good, the Bad, the Reading

By Nick Maker      We the people of this earth have always progressed so much in our history by inventing, exploring, researching, and how does it all start? In mankind we study our language first, the sound we hear, and the letters we invent to see. That’s how we made the greatest invention that […]

Why Us?

Laughter, Tears, and Our Teen Years, by McKennaugh Last week, we were birthday shopping for my Dad and we wandered into Barnes and Noble in hopes to find a good Dutch Oven (you know, those big cast iron pots to go over the fire) cookbook. Well, Mom and I together in a bookstore is slightly […]


Librarians like to read, do research, and find facts. They usually spend a lot of time at a desk or computer. Librarians organize information and help people look for books, magazines, and other resources. They arrange the books and other items so people can find them easily. Some librarians keep records, develop databases, and supervise […]

Free eBook Collections

Summer’s here and that’s always a good time to catch up on your reading. Have you read all of the classics? Pride and Prejudice, Jane Eyre, The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes, The Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin, War and Peace – just to name a few! Many of these classics are available free to download from […]

Books for Summer

College Bound Reading List Books for Summer Relax and be inspired with these books about sailing and the sea, nature, travel, adventure, and more. Dana, Richard Henry. Two Years Before the Mast. (A detailed autobiographical account of a two-year trip out of Boston and around Cape Horn to California circa 1834. For an extra touch […]