Local author and consultant Daniel LaPerriere, PhD joins us with his book, A Common Purpose: Using Your Homegrown Values to Improve Your Life and Your Business. This unique book explores the parallels between family and a successful business.
Award winning food writer and cookbook author Debbie Moose joins us to sign copies of her new cookbook, Buttermilk. She includes over fifty recipes that explores the possibilities for uses in cooking, baking, and drinking including a cocktail.
Food editor Kathleen Purvis joins us to sign copies of her cookbook Pecans, a Savor the South cookbook. She teaches the reader how to find, store, cook and totally enjoy this southern delicacy. With 52 recipes there is something for everyone.
Join this fun but focused group that reads from a wide variety of genres. This month we're reading The House on Tradd Street by Karen White. The book for December is the The Reading Promise by Alice Ozma. Read the book and join us for discussion.
Local business woman Michelle Gethers-Clark joins us to discuss her book that teaches you to apply the principles of faith at work to improve your performance, build character and deepen purpose. Please join us.
Music critic and editor of No Depression magazine, David Menconi, joins us with his book that tells the story of internationally known musician Ryan Adams. Adams' band, Whiskeytown was a country based band of the 90s that for many defined the era.
Former teacher at UNCG and Elon University Carolyn J. Brown joins us with her book that brings the life of Eudora Welty to life. Welty's life spanned most of the twentieth century and she is one of the most significant women writers of our time.
Join us this morning for this sweet story written by Jill Murphy. Mrs. Large just wants five minutes to herself away from her children. But the children have different ideas. Busy, frazzled parents everywhere will relate to this story.
Join us for an adventure with Jack and Annie in the Magic Tree House. In this fun book club, we will discuss a different book each month, learn more about the time and place and then have a fun craft. This month we're reading Ghost Town at Sundown.
Join us for our new Toddler Storytime. This week we're reading books about opposites. In Leslie Patricelli's book Quiet Loud, we learn that some things are quiet and some things are loud. What other opposites can you think of?
Join us to celebrate the holiday season this morning when we read The Elf on the Shelf. It's time to bring your elf out at home to watch over your children and report back to Santa. If you don't have an elf yet, take one home with you today.
Food editor Kathleen Purvis joins us to sign copies of her cookbook Pecans, a 'Savor the South' cookbook. She teaches the reader how to find, store, cook and totally enjoy this southern delicacy. With 52 recipes, there is something for everyone.
Reading Connections joins us today in hosting North Carolina Poet Laureat Joseph Bathanti. He is professor of creative writing at ASU and has taught writing workshops in prisons for more than three decades. Please join us for this special event.