Reading books

Jim Stracka makes green reading books. Here is his case against a ban | Golf News and Tour Information

Behind the books is a father-son duo who just saw their business turned upside down. On Wednesday, Golfweek announced that the PGA Tour is moving towards a ban on green reading material, which has been a growing source of controversy in recent years. Books, which provide laser renderings of the …

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Bill Gates reads books that explore “the complicated relationship between humanity and nature”. Here is his summer list

Among the many rituals that Bill Gates (can) follow is the biannual sharing of his reading list. The billionaire philanthropist, who recently made the news for reasons other than his work – read: his divorce from Melina Gates after 27 years, allegations of a 2019 investigation against him for an …

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Read books by their covers

Pandemic lockdowns have prompted people to embrace reading as a safe form of recreation and a great way to keep children engaged and learning. According to NPD BookScan, sales of printed books increased 8.2% in 2020 compared to 2019. But, if you are an author who wants to compete in …

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Children reading books for summer

The ‘summer toboggan’ is the tendency for children to lose their academic skills during the long, sunny, warmer months when school is closed. A lot of parents I know (including me!) Feel lucky if their kids have made any kind of academic progress during this crazy year. So the idea …

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Warren Buffet spends up to six hours a day reading books

Breadcrumb Links Business essentials Most successful businessmen make reading part of their busy schedules Author of the article: StackCommerce Photo by Matias Nord /Unsplash The opinions and recommendations are impartial and the products are selected independently. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on this page. …

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She makes a living doing what she loves most: reading books

“My goal in life,” wrote the poet Robert Frost, “is to unite my vocation and my vocation. As my two eyes are one. For almost two decades, Sarah Gelman has managed to combine her passion with her profession. An avid reader, Gelman has devoted her entire professional career to the …

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C. Pam Zhang on Reading Books to Start Every Day

ZHANG: I’m more and more interested in finding books that seem unique, that try to do something new. I have just re-read “L’Amant” by Marguerite Duras. It’s so short, so intense and so reluctant to explain itself. BOOKS: How has the pandemic influenced your reading? ZHANG: For much of the …

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This weekend we read books from Kaia Gerber’s library

When Kaia Gerber gave the internet an episode of her book club with special guest Emily Ratajkowski, it’s safe to tell you all. love this. Since then, the model has continued the series on social media, posting regularly on Instagram. Today Gerber announced that the latest installment of her book …

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Required reading: books set up in Sarasota

Tthank God for the books. It’s a sentiment we would share anytime, but especially now, after weeks of coronavirus updates, economic uncertainty, social distancing and isolation, and the closure of some of our favorite haunts. A good book can temporarily take you away from it all, putting you in an …

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What We Read: Books That Help Us Get Through These Uncertain Times

While we are cocooned at home, doing our best to keep social distance, we can still enjoy the comforts of old friends. By this we mean the authors we love and the books we devour. Our editors weigh surprising topics on their bedside tables right now. The Ledger of Spool …

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