Archives: books

Reading Riders at Forest Hill Park and Little Free Library back in action

Take a book and go for a nice outdoor read in the park.

Henderson Middle to receive over 500 books thanks to Emily’s Hope Foundation

The books will be purchased with a $10,000 grant that was recently awarded.

Kuba Kuba Dos collecting new children’s books as part of Henrico Restaurant Week

The program benefits the Henrico Christmas Mother.

Former President Jimmy Carter hosting book signing at West End Costco Saturday

Carter will sign copies of his new book “A Full Life: Reflections at Ninety.”

Hidden Histories author to speak at Chop Suey March 26th

Professor Lynn Rainville will read from her book, Hidden Histories: African American Cemeteries in Central Virginia.

RVA Family: New series introduces kids to Asian countries

Wondering how to get your kids to be a little more aware of other cultures? Did you know it is Chinese New Year season? Welcome to the Fujimini Adventure Series, where your child will learn about many Asian things.

River City Reading: Extraordinary women, stark landscapes, immigration, and severed heads

Kick off your year of reading with a batch of four new books that cover everything from the tribulations of undocumented teenagers to why we’re all so fascinated by disembodied heads.

The ten best novels of 2014

The “best of” season is in full swing and I can’t resist the opportunity to share my opinion.

Interview with Kelly Justice owner of Fountain Bookstore

What’s the last book you read? For me it was The Dog Stars by Peter Heller.

West End entrepreneur hopes to inspire young tennis players with new book

Local author Rebecca Gunn Holmes has published a new book, Totally Tennis For Me, which she hopes will spread positive messages amongst a preschool audience.