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Ask Life: Where to find cheap books?

ALEXANDRIA OSBORNE, Copy Chief October 2, 2023

Dear Life Section, I love to read. Like, all the time. But books are so expensive. I look at Amazon, Barnes & Noble and so many other bookstores, and everything is so expensive. Not only that,...

Classics can become your new favorite.

Ask Life: How do I get back into reading?

ALAINN FITZGERALD, Evergreen reporter June 26, 2023

Dear Life Section, I used to love reading when I was a kid. I do not know what happened, but my love for it lessened as I got older. With it being summer, I feel like now is a great time to get back...

Rachael Ritter reads to young children as Mother Goose twice a week at Neill Public Library.

Mother Goose story time brings Pullman community together

ANNA MICHALSON, Evergreen reporter October 11, 2022

Mother Goose-themed story times are not a new phenomenon. The Neill Public Library in Pullman has been embracing this childhood staple, and is bringing fun and family time back into reading.  During...

During the program, more than 1,500 ‘Grab and Go’ Activity Bags will be handed out, in addition to access to more than 25 online classes.

Public library to host seven-week summer reading program

SAYDEE PHOTHIVONGSA, Evergreen news editor June 6, 2021

Children up to the age of 17 can enjoy Neill Public Library's reading program from June 14 to July 30.  Participants have the opportunity to participate in creative activities and the chance...

From children to adults, reading has something to offer everybody.

OPINION: Rediscover reading

ADAM HUREAU July 7, 2020

We are reading less and less. About 27 percent of U.S adults haven’t read a book in the past year, according to the Pew Research Center. Another study from the Washington Post found a 30 percent decline...

The Social Issues Book Club meets to discuss more than just books. They also talk about issues that directly impact them.

Reading enthusiasts to assemble virtually, discuss social issues

CHERYL AARNIO, Evergreen reporter June 21, 2020

A book can put you in the shoes of Michelle Obama or transport you to Oakland, California. For members of the Social Issues Book Club in Pullman, reading and discussing books is a way to inform and broaden...

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