New From One Detroit:
PBS Books is proud to partner with GPB and the Georgia Public Library Service for a pinkaperfect evening with award-winning illustrator and author, Victoria Kann.
Join us for a special reading of Victoria’s newest book, Rubylicious. This gem of a book about generosity and kindness looks at how being selfless can be its own reward. Following the story, Victoria will share thoughts and insights about Pinkalicious, Peterrific, and all of their friends in Pinkville. She’ll also be answering questions from the PBS Books FB chat! Or tweet your questions using the hashtag #GPBLovesPink and follow along to learn more about these pinkatastic friends!
Win prizes and a chance to be featured on TV just by reading!
Join students across the state in the Let’s Read Together Challenge to see who can complete 1,000 minutes of reading.
Students from Preschool to 3rd Grade are tasked with reading 1000 minutes in October and November to qualify to be entered into a drawing for 20 of the Michigan Learning Channel’s favorite books from the “Read, Write, ROAR!” television series.
- Sturgeon Restoration: Studying Michigan’s and Wisconsin’s current flourishing populationson October 21, 2021
This story is the first in a four-part series looking at sturgeon restoration efforts. Lake sturgeon restoration efforts are taking place across the Great Lakes basin. But what that restoration looks like is entirely dependent on location and other factors, such as whether or not any lake sturgeon remain in the area. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.
- 10/21/21: One Detroit – New Redistricting Maps / PFAS in the House / Farmacy Foodon October 21, 2021
Tonight on One Detroit: Read Now at One Detroit.
- COP26 Coverage: What do you want to know about the U.N. climate change conference?on October 20, 2021
Climate change is one of the more pressing topics that Great Lakes Now has its eye on. Come Oct. 31, one of the largest global conferences will be convening to discuss how to combat it, and Great Lakes Now will help keep you up to date on the happenings and how they specifically address the Great Lakes region’s biggest issues. Read Now at Great Lakes Now.