Spring is here and Easter is around the corner. There are so many fun Easter books for children. One that stands out is Peepsqueak Wants a Friend by Leslie Ann Clark. Peepsqueak desperately wants a friend to play with and can't seem to find one. All of the other animals are playing in pairs. In the end Peepsqueak has a wonderful surprise.
As humans, most of us have a basic need to love and be loved. Often, however, many internal and external obstacles prevent us from satisfying this need.
Seeking Jordan: How I Learned the Truth about Death and the Invisible Universe by Matthew McKay, PhD
In the early hours of September 17, 2008, in California, 23-year-old Jordan McKay was fatally shot while riding his bike home. His grief-stricken father, professor and clinical psychologist Matthew McKay, refused to believe that he had lost Jordan forever. With the help of psychologist Dr.
No matter how or to what degree you have been wounded by another person, it’s often difficult, if not impossible, to “forgive and forget”, as the saying goes. Harboring resentment, anger, guilt, and other negative emotions, however, can eventually take a physical and mental toll.
A new and very popular series is being added to our mystery collection as the titles become available. The British Library Crime Classics series features titles from the Golden Age of British crime writing. Many of these re-released titles have not been in print since before World War II.
Mark your calendars for Wednesday, April 6th at 7 pm– Terry Pluto, PD columnist and author of 23 books, will be here at WPPL to talk about the Cleveland Sports scene.
Happy St. Patrick's Day!
St. Patrick's Day is less than two weeks away and Clevelanders love to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. After you see the parade bring the kids home to read some St. Patrick's Day books and have fun doing a craft.
What would it feel like to spend nearly a year in space?
Tomorrow, American astronaut Scott Kelly and Russian cosmonaut Mikhail Korniyenko will be returning to Earth from their “Year in Space” mission on the International Space Station (ISS). They left the planet in March 2015 to study long-term effects of space travel on the human body to better prepare for longer trips, such as those to Mars (which is six months one way). Scott has an identical twin brother still on Earth, former astronaut Mark Kelly, who is participating with him in a twin study comparing the changes to their bodies.