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Totem Books hosts the launch of the book “Human Rights and Justice for All” by Carrie Walling

Posted on August 12, 2022 By Paul Rozycki Carrie Booth Walling introduced her new book “Human Rights and Justice for All: Demanding Dignity in the United States and Around the World” at a well-attended launch event on Thursday. August 11, from Totem Books in Flint. Moderator Dawn Jones asked Walling …

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The illustrator of Petit Nicolas Jean-Jacques Sempé dies at the age of 89 | Books for teenagers

Jean-Jacques Sempé, who illustrated the much-loved French children’s book series Little Nicolas, has died aged 89. In addition to his work on Le Petit Nicolas, an idealized vision of childhood in 1950s France that became an international bestseller, Sempé has illustrated more New York magazine covers than any other artist. …

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Best fashion books 2022: From memoirs to coffee table tomes

Fabulous, whimsical and legendary, the world of fashion is a rich tapestry for books – from collections of coffee-table-ready photographs to revealing biographies and memoirs. Whether detailing the life and legacy of a designer or photographer, telling a scandalous story or offering nuggets of wisdom, there’s a whole genre of …

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The 24 best books written by American presidents

Design by Michael Stillwell There have been many great biographies of American presidents over the years, but what about the books written by the commanders-in-chief themselves? Now, political memoirs are an essential part of any presidential campaign (i.e. memoirs of President Barack Obama The Audacity of Hope: Thoughts on Reclaiming …

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A Michigan town cut funding to its public library because of LGBTQ2S+ books

A Michigan town has voted to fund its public library after a conservative backlash against LGBTQ2S+ graphic novels. In a primary on Tuesday, Jamestown Township voters voted to reject a property tax that funds the Patmos Library by a 25-point margin, eliminating about 84% of the library’s budget, according to …

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Stephen King testifies for government in book merger trial

WASHINGTON (AP) — Best-selling author Stephen King cautiously took the witness stand Tuesday in a federal antitrust lawsuit. WASHINGTON (AP) — Best-selling author Stephen King gingerly took the witness stand Tuesday in a federal antitrust lawsuit. Tracing his own history, he portrayed a publishing industry that has become increasingly focused …

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Romantic Books Featuring Lasting Friendships

Welcome to Book Chat with Julie! This month we have two romantic selections that feature lasting friendships as well as brave women forging their own paths and finding their voice in the world. Our first book Briarwall Hearts by Krista Jensen is unusual because it is set in the Edwardian …

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Tamil translations of Coimbatore Collector’s Malayalam books are published at the Coimbatore Book Festival

Collector Dr GS Sameeran IAS, author of Malayalam books on literary personalities, talks about Tamil translations of his books to be published at Coimbatore Book Festival Collector Dr GS Sameeran IAS, author of Malayalam books on literary personalities, talks about Tamil translations of his books to be published at Coimbatore …

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Books Are Magic, the famous Cobble Hill bookstore, will open a branch in Montague St.

The exterior of Books Are Magic on Smith Street in Cobble Hill. Photo courtesy of Books Are Magic Montague Street in Brooklyn Heights is transforming into a literary destination: First, Brooklyn Poets, a new poetry salon and workshop space, opened last Saturday at 144 Montague. And now, well-known Cobble Hill …

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Sight Magazine – Books: A Simple Explanation of the Gospel

Tony PayneLearn the Gospel: Deepen Your Understanding and Trust the Message About JesusMatthias Media, Sydney, Australia, 2022ISBN-13: 978-1925424782 “A useful resource for churches, groups of friends or families to gain a basic understanding of key concepts in the Christian faith. A counterpart to come – to be named Share the …

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New airline books inaugural flight from Mississauga’s Pearson Airport

Preferred region How does this work? By Declan Finucane Published on July 22, 2022 at 2:06 p.m. Startup carrier Canada Jetlines, which plans to ferry travelers from Mississauga’s Pearson Airport to a host of popular vacation destinations, will make its maiden flight from the country’s largest airport on August 15. …

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Brilliant young booksellers: Daylon Orr

Our Bright Young Booksellers series continues today with Daylon Orr, Executive Director of Boo-Hurray and founder of Fugitive materials At New York. How did you get into rare books? I started as an archivist and cataloger of rare books at the age of 20 – an unexpected but life-changing decision. …

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Books to read in July

Books are essential in every person’s life because they introduce him to a world of imagination, give him knowledge about the outside world, improve his reading, writing and speaking skills, and stimulate his memory and his intelligence. Books influence our lives in a variety of ways: they provide insight into …

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San Antonio’s Most Popular Books of June 2022

There is nothing better than a good book. They are a chance to escape, an entry into another world or a trip to the past. The San Antonians are like any other readers. Sometimes they read for fun, other times they want to see themselves in the stories. Either way, …

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Baseball, Books and Icons by the Bay • The Nob Hill Gazette

Summer boys (and girls): Delayed this year by MLB negotiations, the Giants Community Fund’s annual Play Ball luncheon kicked into action on June 10 at Oracle Park. This beloved perk featured SF Giants players and coaches signing balls and bats on the field. Then 400 fans headed to the suite …

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The Norwegian library with unreadable books

BITS ‘N’ PIECES Every year since 2014, Scottish artist Katie Paterson has invited a prominent writer to submit a manuscript, and the commission will continue until 2113. Then, a century after the start of the Future Library project, they will all finally be published. It all started with author Margaret …

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VOX POPULI: Political assassinations are not limited to history books

A politician shot dead by an assassin’s bullet while stomping on an election campaign is sadly one of the risks a leader can face. Yet incidents of this magnitude invariably send shockwaves across the world. Prior to World War II, former finance minister Junnosuke Inoue was assassinated during the 1932 …

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Witty, poetic, beautifully written: Australia’s best books out in July | Australian books

We Come With This Place by Debra Dank Memory, Echo Publishing, $29.99, paperback The warm and poetic memoirs of Debra Dank invite you to another place and another time. A Gudanji/Wakaja writer and educator, Dank writes vividly not only about her own life in and out of the country, but …

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How Africa’s Next Billion Internet Users Will Read Books — Saturday Magazine — The Guardian Nigeria News – Nigeria and World News

The title of this article was inspired by Legible CEO Kaleeg Hainsworth’s session at London Book Fair 2022 titled: How the Next Billion People Will Read Our Books. Undoubtedly, the world is changing rapidly and Africa is not left behind in the paradigm shifts in different industries. The advent of …

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Rex Nelson Geenwald signing at LA Times Festival of Books 2022

After three years of virtual presence, URLink Print and Media, a marketing company working with traditional publishers and self-publishing companies across the United States, has joined the return of the Los Angeles Times Book Fair for the year 2022. With its strong commitment to promoting the pleasure of reading by …

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Sight Magazine – Books: Reassessing the Persians

DAVID ADAMS reads historian Lloyd Llewellyn-Jone’s new book on the history and culture of the Achaemenids… Lloyd Llewellyn-JonesPersians: the era of the great kingsWildfire, UK, 2022ISBN-13: 978-1472277299 “The book is filled with fascinating details, particularly of the wars between the Achaemenids, painting a portrait of a dysfunctional family in which, …

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We hope to buy these books on Amazon Prime Day 2022

This year’s two-day Prime Day event is coming July 12! While planning what else you’ll be browsing that day, be sure to throw a few good books on your list to ensure you can disconnect, relax, and lose yourself in a story on a busy day. relaxation by the beach …

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Comics: The Fantastic Four Visionaries 1

June 25—After his phenomenal success with writer Chris Claremont on their “X-Men” series, artist John Byrne seemed to spend most of the 1990s revamping various long-running comic book titles and characters. At DC, he started Superman from the ground up, keeping many of the traditional Man of Steel tropes while …

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Pray that these two new books will never be out of print.

These are the covers of the book “Learning to Pray: A Guide for All” by Jesuit Father James Martin; and “Prayers and Blessings for Health Care Workers,” edited by Mandy Mizelle. The books are edited by Robert Cubbage. (CNS composite courtesy of HarperOne and Morehouse Publishing) “Learning to Pray: A …

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Books in bags: like a complete stranger

This is part of a series of articles that covers books with Sacramento ties, those set here or written by local authors. For copies, check local independent bookstores including Time Tested Books (21st Street), Beers Books (S Street), Capital Books (K Street), East Village Bookshop (East Sac), Ruby’s Books (Folsom), …

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Two doctoral theses among 84 digitized books | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: In an attempt to popularize, protect and preserve the language, as well as to obtain the ISO language code, Karnataka Arebhash Samskriti and Sahitya Academy completed the digitization of no less than 84 books.Bharathesha Alasandemajalu, a member of the Academy, said books published from 1968 to the most recent, …

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12 Books for Kids and Teens to Read During Pride Month 2022

June is Pride Month in Canada! Check out this list of 12 books for young readers and teens. On the Line is a book by Eric Walters, left, and Paul Coccia. (Orca Book Publishers) The middle level book On the line is an intermediate-level book about a 13-year-old basketball player …

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JOAN SULLIVAN: Three Newfoundland and Labrador children’s books to treasure

ST. JOHN’S, NL — The first books published specifically for children date back to the end of the 15th century, but these works were mainly intended for nobility or royalty and often drew heavily on teaching or sermons. While in all cultures folk tales, ballads, riddles and rhymes were communicated …

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Joel Whitburn is dead: The pop chart guru who wrote hundreds of books was 82

Joel Whitburn, whose chart research books were a staple on the shelves of anyone who cared about the history or business of pop music for decades, died Tuesday at age 82. No cause of death was immediately given, although Whitburn was reportedly in poor health for some time. The Wisconsin …

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Rare books at auction this week

Here are the auctions I’ll be watching this week: At the ALDE on Tuesday June 14, Louis-Ferdinand Céline – Books and Manuscripts, in 104 batches. by Celine journey to the Edge of the Night (1932) in a binding by Antoinette Cerutti and with an autograph epigraph by the author is …

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Books in bags: all the secrets of the world

This is the first in a series of articles that will cover books with Sacramento ties – those set here or written by local authors. For copies, check local independent bookstores including Time Tested Books (21st Street), Beers Books (S Street), Capital Books (K Street), East Village Bookshop (East Sac), …

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OPUS INVESTS $8.5M TO PURCHASE OVATO BOOKS

By Wayne Robinson | June 10, 2022 Opus Group buys Ovato’s book printing business for $8.5 million and makes an additional $2.5 million investment in Ovato, in the form of a convertible note due to mature in 18 month. Boosting Local Manufacturing: Richard Celarc, CEO, Opus Opus will retain the …

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Books and beyond | News, Sports, Jobs

Several times I read Edna St. Vincent Millay “Poems selected for young people”, c 1951. Her sister Norma had this collection published; Vincent had died in 1950. (Yes, Vincent is the name she used.) One of my favorite poems is the poem about train rides. The title is …

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Best Oklahoma sales of June 5, 2022 | Books

FICTION 1. “This Time Tomorrow” by Emma Straub (Riverhead Books) 2. “Book Lover” by Emily Henry (Berkley Books) 3. “The Young Girls” by Alex Michaelides (Celadon Books) 4. “Truth” by Colleen Hoover (Grand Central Publishing) 5. “Where the Crawdads Sing” by Delia Owens (GP Putnam’s Sons) 6. “The Seven Husbands …

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Randy Rainbow reveals the man behind the sequins | Books and authors

“Playing With Myself” by Randy Rainbow; St. Maarten (256 pages, $29) NEW YORK — Randy Rainbow, the social media sensation who rode to the rescue like lone musical theater cavalry during the dark days of Donald Trump’s presidency, drops two bombshells at the start of his new memoir, “Playing With …

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Antiquarian, Illustrated and Fine Press Books at PBA Galleries

Berkeley, CA – PBA Galleries announces an auction of Antique books with fine press and fine bindings as well as illustrated books with prominent paintings, June 16, 2022. The sale will offer more than 450 lots of fine press works, finely bound works and a wide choice of avant-garde paintings; …

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Jörn Günther Rare Books returns to TEFAF Maastricht

Basel, Switzerland – Greatness is not hard to find in the manuscripts and early printed books of Rare books by Dr. Jörn Güntheryet the highlights of the collection are coming TEFAF Maastricht this month of June exceeds the usual level of extravagance in the decoration of books. Returning to Maastricht …

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Staff Picks: 10 Essential Punk Books

We have gradually expanded the books section of our online shop, and we now have over 250 books in stock, including many of our all-time favorite punk books. If you’re looking for a new punk read, we’ve got a special holiday weekend coupon: use this link to get $10 off …

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Livingston Public Library: “Thank you for your service”: Books, magazines, movies for Military Appreciation Month 2022

Livingston Public Library press release: May 26, 2022 The month of May has been designated as National Military Appreciation Monthto honor and appreciate the patriotism and dedication shown by members of the armed forces and their families. Find out what’s happening in Livingstonwith free real-time Patch updates. Here are some …

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Devastating picture books teach five-year-olds about school shootings

Picture directions are an increasingly common way of teaching young children what to do if there’s an intruder in their school, especially when they’re so small they can’t even read yet. . I was nine years old when the 1999 Columbine school shooting shocked and horrified the country. And while …

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Dolly Parton wasn’t supposed to keep books in the house growing up

Dolly Parton has always loved books and is happy to share a book recommendation in interviews. She said she flips through about a book a week, implying that her personal library is very impressive. Growing up, however, she could barely keep books in her house. She explained why her father …

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Top 10 Airways Aviation Books – Airways Magazine

DALLAS – The best aviation books to read to become a pilot can vary depending on your reading preferences. Although guides and manuals are always necessary, there are other aviation publications that can help you along the way. What you need to learn to become a pilot will vary depending …

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Why Heartstopper Season 1 adds two characters not from the books.

Why Netflix’s adaptation of Heartstopper Season One removed Aled and added Imogen and Isaac even though they are not in the original books. Warning: this article contains spoilers for Heart stroke season 1. Heart stroke season 1 makes some subtle plot changes to the original comic, including the addition of …

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Four art and design books for your summer reading list

News French country chic, the power of protest art and soul-stirring gardens. Sign up for our weekly Homes & Properties newsletter, featuring homes for sale, neighborhood events and more. Photo by Toan Trinh Rebelby Chris Burkard Ride the wave of top nature and surf photographer, conservation champion and social media …

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The two new books by Gaffar Mahmud available in bookstores

The two new collections of poems by the poet Gaffar Mahmud are now available in various bookstores and online platforms. The two collections of poems entitled A lamp post, Bidyasagar Moshai and Eucalyptus Shakhe Nagarik Kak were published under the Desh Publications banner. Nirzhar Noishabdya is the cover artist of …

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Quinn on Books: Tripping Over the Wilderness

Review of Walking Through Clear Water in a Black Painted Pool, by Cookie MuellerReview by Michael QuinnAmong the arty crowd, there could be two types of people: those who have never heard of Cookie Mueller and those who are obsessed with her. She was the quintessential free spirit. Born in …

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More and More Manga: An Updated Primer on Japanese Comics and Graphic Novels

New types of manga have proliferated and students can’t get enough of them. This overview of genres, publishers, formats, etc., will help you keep up to date. Publishing is like any other business: if the public likes what you sell, give them more! This may explain the skyrocketing sales of …

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The list of books that should be banned from our humor columnist

I understand that people across the country – ordinary people like you and me – are demanding that certain books be banned from our schools and public libraries. They flock to meetings and inundate officials with emails, phone calls and text messages because they believe that certain ideas simply should …

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Announcing the 2022 Pulitzer Prizes in Journalism, Drama, Books and Music; check the full list here

The 2022 Pulitzer Prize winners in Journalism, Books, Drama and Music were announced on Monday, with India scooping four awards for documenting India’s battle against COVID-19. Indian winners include Adnan Abidi, Sanna Irshad Mattoo, Amit Dave and the late Danish Siddiqui in the Reportage Photography category. It is worth mentioning …

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Two lively and entertaining new books from Deaf creators

‘Deaf Utopia: A Memoir – and a Love Letter to a Way of Life’By Nyle DiMarcoaround 2022, William Morrow$22.99/336 pages ‘Real Biz’By Sara Noviccirca 2022, Random house$27/388 pages In the 1970s, while I was driving the T in Boston, a man tried to get my attention. He seemed to be …

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Charlie and Lola creator honored at Windsor Castle

A children’s author and TV presenter are among those due to receive royal honors at Windsor Castle on Tuesday. Lauren Child, the author and illustrator who created the much-loved Charlie and Lola books, is to be appointed CBE for Services to Children’s Literature. Meanwhile, TV star and furniture restorer Jay …

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Brookings Registry | Leftovers from 2021 will appear at the 2022 Book Festival

BROOKINGS – ‘The Queen of Beach Readings’ is coming to the South Dakota Party! Popular romance and suspense novelist Mary Kay Andrews will help celebrate 20 years of reading and writing at the 2022 Festival of Books, September 23-25 ​​in Brookings. Andrews was originally scheduled to appear at the 2021 …

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Books on long-term care and economic structural change among Donner Prize nominees

TORONTO — This year’s Donner Prize shortlist includes books on topics such as the long-term care crisis and structural economic change. TORONTO — This year’s Donner Prize shortlist includes books on topics such as the long-term care crisis and structural economic change. Organizers named five finalists on Tuesday for the …

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The lawsuit against the religious segregation of the Copts of Egypt – Reviews – Books

Declarations of national unity often sound like empty words that are offered at official celebrations or at times after incidents of sectarian violence. However, the common heritage that all Egyptians share in their daily lives shows that there is a real argument for national unity and against religious segregation in …

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10 Essential Star Trek Books for Pre-Internet Treks

One of the biggest changes in the Star Trek fanbase in recent times is the use of the internet. Building forums, blogs, YouTube channels, and an encyclopedic database that Trekkies can mine down to the last detail and easter egg since the dawn of the franchise. It gave fans instant …

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Deal of the day: Amazon is giving away these 10 Kindle books for free

The books represent 10 different countries and have been translated into English where necessary. Getty Images Friday, April 23 is World Book Day! If you’re looking for your next great read, Amazon has a deal for you — I’m not even sure if this one qualifies as a deal per …

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Genocide survivors open up in books, movies

By MOSES K. GAHIGI The 1994 Genocide against the Tutsi not only shattered the lives of those who survived it, but 28 years later it still has a lingering effect on them and how they deal with it. Some fled overseas, to be as far away from the horror as …

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Bodies by Ian Winwood review – rock and a hard place | Books

In 2000, Ian Winwood, longtime writer for hard rock magazine Kerrang! – was sent to interview an up-and-coming rock band. He immediately liked them, recognized their potential, and befriended them. He watched, delighted, in varying degrees of closeness, as they grew in popularity – sold-out shows, platinum albums, a very …

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2 new books to help you decode what someone is really saying

Despite our best efforts, human life is full of misunderstandings and awkward moments: Wait, was that sarcasm or not? Do they really want me to join them, or are they just saying that? Is this text attractive or simply friendly? Fortunately, however, we don’t have to decode the words and …

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Books Digest – A Little History of Art, Young Mungo and More

Welcome to our weekly Books Digest where we round up the new books you should and shouldn’t read. Features of this week A bit of art history, Young Mungo by Douglas Stuart and Uncommon Courage: The Yachtsmen Volunteers of World War II. For more books, take a look at our …

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Two local authors share books for Earth Day

On April 23, from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m., meet authors Gary Raham and Elizabeth Ervin Blankenheim at the Sanderosa Art Gallery in Laporte as they share their Earth Day favorites. Here is a Q&A with the authors, about their work. Q&A with author Gary Raham Gary Raham and the …

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Exhibition highlights the importance of children’s books

This scratchboard illustration by Beth Krommes from “In the House In the Night” (written by Susan Marie Swanson) “really represents the flight of imagination that this exhibition represents,” says guest curator Nina Maurer. Starting May 6, the Portsmouth Historical Society will open the first-ever exhibit that celebrates the legacy of …

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Jess Montgomery’s new mystery investigates the disappearance of a baby

To exploreBooks: Waynesville author uses humor to close the gender gap Which gave him the idea of ​​a detective series. In the first book, “The Widows”, the story opens as Lily’s husband is killed. Once Lily assumed her husband’s former position, she investigated what happened to him and after solving …

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Cindy Ross’ books reflect her love of the outdoors – Times News Online

Published on April 09, 2022 00:04 Cindy Ross has written two books that reflect her love of the outdoors. One describes how she and her husband, Todd Gladfelter, built a log cabin using trees they felled. The other tells the stories of troubled veterans who have recovered remarkably from the …

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Two new history books make the same plea: credit a female artist

When you think of an American architect, Frank Lloyd Wright probably comes to mind. When it comes to Julia Morgan, awareness is uncertain. (More on her in a moment). It’s understandable that you think of Wright. After all, his conception of Waterfallvacation home in rural PA, was crowned “the best …

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In a bar in Belgrade, the far-right flames of fans of “banned” books

Klub 451, founded by former Serbian National Front member Marko Gajinovic, echoes La Citadelle, a club in the French city of Lille where members of the far-right Identity Movement meet and, according to a documentary through Al Jazeera, discuss and plan activities, promote films and build relationships with other extremists. …

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Protesters pressure Wake Schools to remove controversial books

CARY The Wake County school system was accused Tuesday by a group of protesters of promoting pornography and sexualizing students because of some books with sexual content in school libraries. About 50 people protested outside the Wake County school board meeting on Tuesday holding signs such as “We are the …

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Top 10 most frequently banned books in 2021 – NBC Los Angeles

The growing number of school districts voting to remove certain books from school libraries has been making headlines for months, as works by authors ranging from Toni Morrison to Art Spiegelman are challenged and banned across the country. According to the American Library Association, these titles are not just hyperbole. …

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5 books that will make you more charismatic and persuasive

Many of us believe that charisma is something you either have or don’t have – that it’s an innate trait that only a lucky few possess. But the latest science offers a much more promising message. In fact, becoming more charismatic and persuasive is a choice anyone can make; all …

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What I Learned: Thomas Venning, Books and Manuscripts Manager

You should not wear gloves when handling books and manuscripts. They make you clumsy and pick up static electricity. Any museum or library will tell you that. A few years ago, a scholar robbed a manuscript at an auction without gloves and then someone wrote, “I can’t think of a …

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Book misuse reported at Sharpsburg Community Library

Sharpsburg police are investigating reported tampering with books at the Sharpsburg Community Library, which library officials believe were attempts at censorship. Branch manager Sara Mariacher said several books were hidden or removed from displays between February and mid-March. A police report was filed on March 24. “The library and its …

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Sight Magazine – Books: New Lenten cookbook offers Catholics tasty choices for ‘Meatless Fridays’

March 29, 2022 CLEMENTE LISI Via unplugged religion David Geisser with essays by Scott HahnThe Lenten CookbookSophia Institute Press, USA, 2022ISBN-13: 978-1644134696 “It’s so much more than a cookbook. It’s a unique guide to meals during Lent that you can refer to for years to come. It’s also a way …

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blue planet | Michelle Nijhuis

This article is part of a regular series of conversations with the Reviewcontributors; read the previous ones here and sign up for our email newsletter to receive them weekly in your inbox. In the March 24, 2022 issue of the magazine, Michelle Nijhuis reviews A cure for darkness by Alex …

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Books and Topics UPSC Civil Services Toppers Stands Ready to Crack CSE Preliminaries

UPSC 2022 Preliminaries | Books and Topics to Break the UPSC Civil Services Preliminaries | Top Recommendations Photo: iStock Union Civil Service Commission, UPSC Preliminaries Date of 2022, schedule, how to crack and so on – such questions have made their way into the minds of IAS aspirants. Barely 2 …

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