I love reading the synopses on the backs of books. Thumbing through the pages as the smell of freshly printed paper tickles my nose.
A book -- in printed form -- is a rare thing today. Call me a dinosaur, just like the printed page, but I love seeing how far I've read and how much book I have left to read...
There is nothing like reading a book. I love movies and the internet, but when it comes to engaging your imagination, only books will do the trick. It's extra exciting to actually meet the authors of great books -- and Yakima Valley Libraries are giving us one more chance before summer to do just that.
I couldn't believe it when Christine Sims called me from the Yakima Valley Library Foundation and told me that The Foundation was selling books for 50 cents this weekend.
I'm a huge book fan and I like finding good books at a discounted rate. If you are like me, then you need to check out this book fair sale Saturday.
So probably just like you, I'm really not a morning person. Just not wanting to wake up and greet the day. But I'm also into self-improvement. And I wanted to work on getting up in the morning. And this book, Hal Elrod's "The Miracle Morning," has really helped me.
The Yakima Family YMCA has provided youngsters the opportunity to experience independence and the great outdoors for nearly three quarters of a century at Camp Dudley - located just a few miles outside of Yakima on the shores of beautiful Clear Lake near White Pass.