Classrooms and libraries in Arkadelphia may soon have Hodges’ books on their shelves.
Abigail Fowler’s Autumn Reading List
Abigail FowlerSpecial to The Arkadelphian Abigail’s Classics Autumn Reading List (perfect for all the Dark Academia vibes):
Abigail Fowler’s Summer Reading List
Abigail FowlerSpecial to The Arkadelphian Abigail’s world view summer reading list: Khaled Hosseini: “And The Mountains Echoed” Ali Wong: “Dear Girls” Angie Thomas: “The Hate U Give” Howard Zinn: “A People’s History […]
Summer reading program sets sail across Clark County
The Clark County Library will be hosting its annual summer reading program June 7 through July 31. This year’s theme is Oceans of Possibility.
Spa City writer releases book, ‘100 Things to Do in Hot Springs’
Through more than 160 pages, Kendall guides readers through the quirky and intriguing history of a city she’s loved for years. With no stone unturned and no hidden gem remaining in the dark, this book will show you how to experience and explore Hot Springs and Hot Springs National Park.
SCHOOL SPOTLIGHT: First Chapter Friday
Maria Fields’ and Grant Reimers’ English classes are doing a weekly activity designed to help foster a love of reading and books in the young adults. On First-Chapter Fridays, 9th- and 10th-grade students have the opportunity to read the first chapter of a book and compete in a tie-in activity to win a copy of the book.
Former AHS teacher and coach, OBU quarterback publishes first novel
Cranor says the simplest way to describe the book is “Friday Night Lights meet Ozark.”