"Kiss me my fool!" cried the slinky vamp as she plied her victim with passionate kisses. Falling under her spell, the man returned her kisses, entangled in her web of deceit. Actress Theda Bara in the 1915 film, A Fool There Was, lured a married man away from his wife and child with some of the first kisses ever recorded on screen. Since that movie, Hollywood has captured on film just about every kind of kiss imaginable.
I love my daughter, but I would be lying if I were to say that she is always a perfect angel. Seriously, what child is? Sometimes, I wish that Supernanny would come to my house, follow me around, and help me know exactly how to mother in all situations.
Midwesterners have always been talented at talking about the weather. Ever since I moved to Kansas City, I have noted the cultural tendency to mention the weather in every conversation, especially after a big meteorological event like last week's blizzard. But, this is nothing new.
Currently at the library, we are challenging ourselves to read more Young Adult and Juvenile Fiction so we can better recommend books to our younger customers. When I first learned of this challenge, I was skeptical. Young Adult and Juvenile books just didn’t appeal to me.
How many times have you sat there and tried to remember the author to the book you really enjoyed? Or maybe, you remember the author, but can't remember the title? Or, how about this one? You read a book and then discovered it is from a series. You want to read the series, but don't know the order of the books. Well, there is a one stop shop for you to answer all of these questions and more. The website Fantasticfiction is a site I have been using almost daily for many years now.
Jump on board! The RAFT is heading to the jungle! Don’t miss out on your chance to earn a free book, try to win a DVD, and go on a treasure hunt! You’ll get all this if your family participates in our RAFT program.
African-American literature has always been an integral part of American culture—even if it has not always been recognized as such. Here are five African-American writers to read for Black History Month, or any time at all.