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But why the increase was less than previous years is up to interpretation.
USA Today scopes out the hottest books on sale the week of April 7.
The California Department of Education just updated its list of more than 7,800 recommended books meant to prepare students for college and the ever-changing world.
FOLSOM - The Shakespeare Academy at Empire Oaks Elementary School wrapped up their production of The Tempest with a packed house at the Three Stages theater in Folsom.
MARYSVILLE - She calls herself a late bloomer having raised her family before taking on the tall order of teaching, but make no mistake, Richenda "Ricky" Nagle is right where she belongs.
A New York-based educational technology startup on Wednesday releases the first device that could answer that question, introducing an Android-powered touchscreen tablet designed for kids both to take to school and bring home.
The California Teachers Association outlined 6 tips to help children become better readers.
The National Education Association provides six techniques that will help promote children how to read.
News10 has launched a major initiative called 'Reading Connects.' Its purpose is to help build a stronger community, one reader at a time.
SACRAMENTO - Experts at the Challenger Learning Center at the Discovery Museum explain to kids Friday morning that dark, fast moving rocks pass by the earth all the time.
Central Connecticut State University ranks America's most literate cities.
Jane Austen's immortal novel continues to enchant readers with the story of how proud, rich Mr. Darcy wins the vivacious Elizabeth Bennet.
Sacramento Public Library has chosen the writings of Edgar Allan Poe for its 2013 One Book Sacramento project.
HUDSON - A Wisconsin man planned a simple tribute to his mother when he put up a miniature version of a one-room schoolhouse, filled it with books and invited people to borrow them.
SACRAMENTO - The numbers tell the story. In Sacramento, only 37 percent of 3rd graders read at grade level.
Join the Friends of Rio Linda Library for their 'Buy-One-Get-One-Free' Book Sale!
News10 and Stanislaus County libraries are coming together on October 27 for national "Make A Difference Day 2012" to help local libraries in need.
NEW YORK - Scholastic Media, a division of Scholastic Inc., announced Wednesday the launch of 'Clifford's BIG Birthday' app for iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch available now on the App Store.
Sacramento READS! celebrated the beginning of its second year with a fun-filled free event at Fairytale town Thursday.
SACRAMENTO - Help promote literacy in our community at the 2nd annual Sacramento READS! Celebration of Literacy Fair!
ANTELOPE, CA - The Sacramento Public Library has found a way to get teens involved in reading with a very unique idea, by letting them plan the programs.
NEW YORK - J.K. Rowling's next book is for adults, but she will be on hand this fall to help promote a new club for kids, the Harry Potter Reading Club.
SACRAMENTO -- Sacramento Reads is looking for volunteer tutors in Natomas, Elk Grove and Robla.
News10 Reading Connects would like to hear about and share literacy volunteer opportunities with our viewers.
SACRAMENTO - The "10 Books to Read" with your kids initiative kicked off Tuesday brought to you by News10, the Sacramento Public Library and ScholarShare.
News10, The Sacramento Public Library, and ScholarShare have joined forces to bring you "10 Books to Read."