Tag Archives: young people

Voice of opinion: Former Pepsi CEO Indra Nooyi talks about productivity at JLF

We write about some of the interesting sessions that took place over the week at JLF 2022. The Jaipur Literature Festival 2022 is unfolding in a hybrid avatar and with new enthusiasm as the Literature Festival marks a return to the field after the pandemic. As speakers sit down to discuss various issues and share their journeys, we write about ...

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Hamilton County Celebrates 200th Anniversary with Book Release • Current Edition

By Les Morris Hamilton County will celebrate its 200th anniversary in 2023 and residents will have the chance to contribute their story to that story. As part of the upcoming bicentennial, the Hamilton County Bicentennial Commission invites past and present residents to submit their memories and experiences of county life for an upcoming book, “Celebrating Hamilton County, Indiana: 200 Years ...

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A stroke survivor realizes his dream by publishing a sci-fi novel for young people

David Leblanc had time on his hands after his stroke and was able to pursue his creative endeavors Before retiring from his job with a water company, David Leblanc traveled by truck to mining sites in Northern Ontario. While traveling, Leblanc thought of stories to write and jotted them down on a palm pilot. “I never went anywhere with it,” ...

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George Bowers Sr.: Our local version of Oak Island | Everyday

Last year I had the privilege of acquiring another local history book called “Welcome to Fort Valley”, by Jeanette Ritenour, James Trott and Margaret Trott. This 600-page volume is packed with anecdotes, photos and information about the valley within a valley. Even though I have only just started reading it, what I have already found is enough for me to ...

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Digital trade will give big boost to economic empowerment: Dr Ashwath

From our special correspondent Daijiworld Media Network Bangalore, February 12: Digital trade and its reach would give a big boost to economic empowerment and enable trade within and with other countries, Dr. CN Ashwath Narayan, Minister of Higher Education and Education, said on Saturday. IT/BT and Skills Development. Inaugurating the Job Mela organized at the PDA College ...

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Wish Book readers come again for the community

Despite the uncertainties surrounding the relentless COVID-19 pandemic, Wish Book readers remain steadfast in their support of Bay Area nonprofits and the people they serve. Readers have donated more than $903,000 to Mercury News’ holiday giving campaign, supporting a diverse group of good causes — many of which are struggling to recover from the pandemic. “The Wish Book campaign is ...

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“Writing in verse was both extremely demanding and very rewarding”: Amitav Ghosh

Writing in verse format comes with its own set of challenges, but is hugely rewarding, says 2018 Jnanpith Prize winner and acclaimed author Amitav Ghosh. Gosh’s Jungle Nama: A Sundarban Story, which is in verse format, has now been converted into an audiobook available on Audible, read by Pakistani writer and musician Ali Sethi. The verse adaptation which evokes a ...

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Forza fashion: Armani’s pioneering vision | Fashion

[ad_1] “As always for me, the best ideas are intuitive ideas:“ Giorgio Armani reflects on his casting of Posh and Becks that defined the era in his advertising campaign for Emporio Armani underwear in 2008. ”During these For years, David and Victoria were the center of attention, “he recalls.” In a reflection of their respective personalities, they embodied the moment: ...

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Revel in the joys of books and reading at a Baghdad book fair

[ad_1] BAGHDAD – Protesters in Baghdad are staging a sit-in demanding that US troops leave Iraq. Counterterrorism troops patrol the streets. A federal court is wondering whether to certify the results of parliamentary elections two months ago. But at the Baghdad International Fair grounds, hardly anyone cares about all of this. Inside is the Baghdad International Book Fair. It’s not ...

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More than 600 authors, publishers and groups condemn book bans

[ad_1] More than 600 best-selling authors, publishers, bookstore owners and advocacy groups on Wednesday condemned the recent wave of LGBTQ and race-related book bans in public school libraries across the country. In recent weeks, lawmakers, school officials, and parents in at least 10 states – including New York, Texas, and Virginia – have sought to get rid of books on ...

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Goffs UK December HIT Sale Catalog Released | Blood Stock News

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Movie Talk: Happy Birthday Harry Potter! Celebrating 20 years of cinematic magic

[ad_1] You are a wizard Harry … Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson and Rupert Grint starred in Harry Potter and the sorcerer’s stone two decades ago From the mind of a struggling single mother was born a series of children’s books that took the world by storm, sparking an era of young people to read and thereby capturing the hearts of ...

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Where the 6 choices of Y’at magazine for November 5, 2021

[ad_1] Where the 6 choices of Y’at magazine for November 5, 2021 Where the 6 choices of Y’at magazine for November 5, 2021 Updated: November 5, 2021 9:48 a.m. CDT Hide transcription Show transcript ♪ >> I AM JOSH DANZIG WITH WHERE Y’AT MAGAZINE. NOVEMBER BRINGS COEROL TIME AND A LOT OF ACTIVITY IN THE CITY OF THE CROISSANT. HAD ...

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GOP Representative Dan Crenshaw Writes Children’s Book on Cancellation Culture

[ad_1] Rep. Dan Crenshaw (R-Texas) is no longer just a politician, but a published author – of a children’s book, nothing less. Specifically, curator Lonestar wrote a book called Fame, blame and the raft of shame which aims to “teach young people the dangers of canceling culture”, reports the Washington Times. Crenshaw said his goal was to compete with “left” ...

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6 on the list for the Bocas Children’s Book Award

[ad_1] Characteristics Journalist 35 minutes ago – Six writers from the Caribbean have been shortlisted for the top Bocas Children’s Book Prize, with tales that bring magic, folklore and true historical events to life for the region’s young readers. The award, sponsored by Unit Trust Corporation (UTC), is the first of its kind to recognize Caribbean books aimed at young ...

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Nguyen Nhat Anh’s bestseller to be released in South Korea

[ad_1] South Korean Publishing House 59mins has acquired the copyright to the book and will publish it in early 2022, with Jeong Yekang’s translation, according to Tre (Youth) Publishing House, copyright holder of many. Anh books. “Some countries are far away, but the bridge of literature, cinema, music and art helps to get closer. How can you not want to ...

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Malala Yousafzai congratulates Angelina Jolie for publishing children’s rights book – Celebrity

[ad_1] Nobel laureate and activist Malala Yousafzai praised American actress Angelina Jolie for publishing a book that gives children “the knowledge they need to fight injustice”. Yousafzai posted a photo of herself with Jolie on Instagram and spoke about the book. “Children make up almost a third of the world’s population. Just like adults, children have rights,” she writes. I ...

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Sheikha Bodour’s book brings hope to the people of Gaza

[ad_1] Sheikha Bodour Bint Sultan Al Qasimi Gulf today, Journalist Sheikha Bodour Bint Sultan Al Qasimi, President of the International Publishers Association (IPA) and Founder and CEO of the United Arab Emirates-based Kalimat (KG) Group, announced that all proceeds from sales of the first edition of its latest work of children’s literature entitled The “World Book Capital” will be donated ...

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Pioneering children’s book author Eloise Greenfield has died at 92

[ad_1] When beloved children’s author Eloise Greenfield died last week in her longtime hometown of Washington, DC at the age of 92, she left behind a catalog of books spanning five decades and fans who grew up reciting his poems, reading his books to their children and buying them. for their grandchildren. His first book, “Bubbles”, was published in 1972, ...

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Gallup poll on Bitcoin ownership tripled

[ad_1] Three times more Americans hold bitcoin than three years ago, according to a recent Gallup poll. But while 75% of those polled called bitcoin “very risky” in 2018, that number has dropped to 60% in 2021. “Three years ago, a very small percentage of investors reported owning bitcoin, most said they had little knowledge of it, and the majority ...

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The New Yorker benchmark for spices and more

[ad_1] In these series for T, author Reggie Nadelson revisits the New York institutions that have defined cool for decades, from centuries-old restaurants to little-known dives. About 10 years ago, the actor and food writer of Indian descent Madhur Jaffrey, who lives in Manhattan, needed kudampuli, a small pumpkin-like fruit, for a number of his recipes. When she couldn’t find ...

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