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Leonard Pitts Jr .: It’s time to do something about the books

It’s time to do something about the books. And if you expected this sentence to end differently, you didn’t care. In Red America today, books are Public Enemy No.1. As Time magazine recently reported, librarians are seeing a marked increase in censorship activity. Deborah Caldwell-Stone, executive director of the American …

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Page 32: Short shots of five books from Vermont | Books | Seven days

Click to enlarge Seven days writers can’t read, let alone critique, all of the books that regularly arrive in the mail, email, and, in one memorable case, a black bear sloth. This monthly column is therefore our way of presenting a handful of books by Vermont authors to you. To …

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Books are magic in real life – Memphis magazine

The bookstore is calm and warm when I pass on a cold and cloudy late fall day. The two employees at the sales counter, who happen to be the owner and the inventory specialist, add to the warm atmosphere with a cheerful welcome. My attention is drawn to a prominent …

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Job offer at Darien library, book shelving

The Darien Library Materials Management Department has a part-time position open in our shelving team. We are looking for an energetic and organized individual who will work effectively to keep the Library’s collections in order. – an announcement from the Darien library duties and responsibilities The shelving team is responsible …

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First collection of poems by Amanda Gorman, biography of Vivian Maier

Looking for something good to read? USA TODAY Barbara vandenburgh Explore the shelves for this week’s hottest new book releases. All books go on sale Tuesday. 1. “Call us what we are transporting”, by Amanda Gorman (Viking, poetry) What is it about : Gorman has proven to be an energizing …

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Publishers Newswire Announces Annual List of Favorite Books for December 2021 – 11 Great Reads You’ve Never Seen | national

TEMECULA, Calif., December 3, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) – Publishers Newswire, a news publisher covering books, music and software launched in 2004, has announced its annual list of “books to bookmark” of 11 new and read reads. interesting stories from small publishers and self-published authors across the United States. These books …

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5 Best Menopause Books: From Liz Earle to Andrea McLean

02 December 2021 – 16:02 GMT Grace Lindsay Are you looking for a book on menopause and all its symptoms? Get the best tips and guides from Liz Earle to Andrea McLean, Amanda Thebe and Mariella Fostrup and Alice Smellie. Finally, the conversation around menopause begins to open. Not only …

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Books that conservative revisionists want to ban in schools

Over the past two years, conservative lawmakers and activists have desperately attempted to overhaul America’s violent and discriminatory history by attacking teachers and school administrators who think their students should know about it. In states across the country, conservatives are trying to remove and ban the books educators use to …

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Books by LM Montgomery that are not “Anne … the house of green gables”

More than a century after Lucy Maud Montgomery wrote 1908 Anne of the Green Gables, popular culture has been invaded by “soul mates”. In the past five years alone, Anne-mania has produced a three-part TV adaptation and a Netflix series called Anne with an E. The latter proved so popular …

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The new white robbery: banning books that reveal uncomfortable truths

The Kansas Reflector hosts opinion pieces from writers who share our goal of broadening the conversation about how public policy affects the daily lives of people across our state. Gretchen Eick is an author, educator and publisher in Wichita. Once again, Texas is throwing its weight like an overgrown and …

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