What does a sea monster look like?
There is no textbook to go along with Pixar’s “Soul,” but “The Art of ‘Soul’” is a great way to dip into what the film’s creators were thinking.
LAWTON, Iowa -- If you could ask God a question, what would it be?
"A Gentleman in Moscow" revolves around a former bad guy who is sentenced to house arrest by a Bolshevik tribunal to live the rest of his life in an attic room in a luxury hotel. Really.
A prolific author who wrote more than 250 books for children, Cole and her husband moved to Sioux City in 2014 to join her daughter's family.
A cancer survivor, Donna M. Young has in the past donated a share of her book proceeds to the June E. Nylen Cancer Center. She'll donate a portion of earnings from "Steppes to the Cross" to both the cancer center and the Food Bank of Siouxland.
Here's a quick roundup of six recently released fiction and nonfiction paperbacks that are worth a look.
Recently there have been a ton of great children’s books to choose from — more than what could fit here. But here are some of the best, ranging from preschool picture books to chapter books for middle schoolers.
From memoirs to interviews and a collection of songs and drawings, there's a little something for everyone here.
"Out of all of the seasons, fall is probably written about the most," Adrienne Dunn said, looking at stacks and stacks of material. "Who wouldn't want to curl up with a good book once the weather starts turning colder?"
SIOUX CITY -- Author Janice Schnaible will be signing copies of her new book, "Poems From My Heart," from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday at Whispering Creek Retirement Community, 2609 Nicklaus Blvd.
SIOUX CITY -- Jeanne Emmons, the 2006 winner of the James Hearst Poetry Prize, will be reading a selection of her poems at 2 p.m. Nov. 3 at the Betty Strong Encounter Center, 900 Larsen Park Road.
Elizabeth Coody said Jesus depicted as an Anglo-Saxon male probably says more about an artist's interpretation than anything in the Bible. "An artist's rendering of Jesus has a major influence on how the reader sees Jesus," she added.