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Check out Authors Magazine’s favorite new books to read this month

Eva by Boyd C. Hipp, II Neither Good Nor Evil by SM Robinson Marco Collina’s Maple Seed Helicopter Grab Valentine’s Day chocolates and your lover. Check out Explore Authors Magazine’s list of new books to read in February. Make Valentine’s Day even more special with new books for your library …

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2022-23 Broadway on Hennepin Season Inspired by Movies, Classic Books, Female Pop Stars – Twin Cities

Classic stories, 1980s films and female pop singers mingle with Broadway mainstays like “Cats” and “Les Miserables” in the just-announced 2022-23 Broadway on Hennepin season. Carole King, Tina Turner, Alanis Morissette, Atticus Finch, Tootsie and Elphaba inspire the Hennepin Theater Trust’s slate of Broadway tours. Nkeki Obi-Melekwe and the cast …

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6 Classic Books That Portray Black Youth ‹ Literary Hub

I was 12 the first time I read a book with a black girl as the main character. It was seventh grade and we had read the Dear America series – hardcover books with big themes and cute little satin bookmarks. This one was Thought My Soul Would Rise and …

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BOOKS: Small-town intrigue fuels a new mystery | Books & Literature

Jane Ammeson Times correspondent The story of an ever-increasing scrutiny of emails, letters and documents by two young lawyers at the behest of their supervisor, “The Appeal” tells the story of a small-town fundraising appeal for a little girl’s life-saving cancer treatment and all the machinations that go with it. …

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Divine Diversions: Western Books – C&I Magazine

Lose yourself in the pages of these western books recommended by the THIS crew. Here has THIS, we take reading seriously. Take a peek inside each office at our head office and you‘You’ll find a shelf (or two) lined with literary wonders. So putting together our favorite Western books for …

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Pressure mounts to ban classic books from schools

Jasmine Cooper, Joe Donlon Job : January 27, 2022 / 8:37 p.m. CST | Update: January 27, 2022 / 9:35 p.m. CST CHICAGO (NewsNation Now) — There is growing momentum across the country to ban books from classrooms that some consider inappropriate. But is it valid? Many books, including classics …

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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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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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These 5 books make great holiday gifts, says Bill Gates

If you are considering giving books as holiday gifts to coworkers, clients, friends, or family this year, Bill Gates has a few recommendations for you. Gates, a notoriously voracious reader, says he read many great books in 2021. But those five were especially enjoyable, he writes, and would make great …

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7 of the best science photography books to put on your coffee table in 2021

Whether you’re a budding wildlife photographer or shopping for a gift for that friend who has everything, these amazingly illustrated books look great on a coffee table or lab bench – and they’re great reads, too. Each has bright, color images that show expertly captured weather phenomena, 3D representations of …

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The Best Bible Story Books For Kids To Read

This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Children’s Bible story books are a great entry point to one of the world’s greatest religions. From 2020, Christianity had around 2.5 billion followers worldwide, and this expression of faith seems different from …

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Top 5 Classic Books Everyone Should Read

Classics are something that will never go out of style as it showcases themes deeply rooted in human history. Literature is no exception. Today we are going to discuss five classic books that everyone should read. So what’s on the list? Lord of the Flies A brilliant novel by British …

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Five magical books to add to your shelf this winter

Books are magic. In these classic books the authors share journeys with us and we accompany them in magical tales, legends and take us to places we have never been before. Books are personal, and there’s nothing better in winter than relaxing with a brilliant novel or learning something new …

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5 of the best new YA books as classic books

This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. There is an old saying that every story to be told has already been written. But the point is, these stories can always be told in new and interesting ways. These five recent …

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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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20 best romance novels of 2021

Amazon Light some candles, unwrap some chocolates, slip into something silky, and get ready to turn the heat up with some of the best romance novels on the shelves. With the two old classics on standby (If you haven’t read Pride and Prejudice , what are you waiting for?) and …

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Classic Books You Should Read: Ivan Turgenev’s “First Love”

I don’t usually read old news, especially those about families strained in dusty dining rooms – 19th century literature, basically. Don’t get me wrong, I love Victor Hugo and Fyodor Dostoyevsky as much as anyone else, but their stories take advantage of the space left for them to develop. You …

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COLUMN: Classic Books You Will Really Like

Books that are considered classics often have two things in common: they are old and can be difficult to read. While ancient stories may seem disconnected from the world today, they usually still contain important messages that transcend time. Or maybe these books are acclaimed for being fun and interesting …

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Kate Middleton’s Classic Books | Marie Claire Australia

Based on the books identified, it would appear that the Duchess of Cambridge has a penchant for classical novels, with the selection featuring literature from the Victorian era (seven out of 12 books date from this time). Jane Austen appears three times, but her most famous romance, Pride and Prejudice, …

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Library: Classic Books by African-American Authors | Review by Chanhassen

Summer is the perfect time not only to read bestsellers, but also to get acquainted with the classics, like these books by African-American authors. Many of these titles are also available digitally through the cloudLibrary or RB Digital. “Beloved” by Toni Morrison. Beloved is Morrison’s masterpiece about Sethe, its protagonist. …

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7 Classic Books You Can Complete In A Weekend During Lockdown

With a little more time for us in the foreseeable future, and another socially distanced holiday weekend on the horizon at the end of May, we’re going to have to start looking for new ways to keep things interesting like the conditions of the COVID pandemic. -19 Continue. Maybe 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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20 of the best short classic books under 200 pages

This content contains affiliate links. When you buy through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. It’s a common complaint that the best classic books tend to be the longest as well. In 1779, Dr Samuel Johnson described lost paradise like a book that “no one has ever wished …

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The Joys of Listening to Audiobooks While Reading Books

It’s official, the world of books can’t get enough audiobooks. This creates a win-win situation for publishers and bookworms. Audio sales are booming and keeping the industry afloat, while we readers get our fix of literature while doing other things like cooking, sewing, gardening, and driving, among other activities. While …

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9 adaptations of graphic novels from classic books

Classics are the books that have stood the test of time, the books that have become pillars of our literary canon. Literature is filled with classic books whose stories have remained in the hearts and minds of readers around the world. Good news for fans of the classics: there are …

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9 Stories Swapped Between Classic Book Genres That Offer A New Take on Beloved Stories

I’ve said it before, and I’ll say it again: I love classic literature, but that doesn’t mean it’s without problems. For the stars, some of the most famous English-language novels are exclusively about men, which makes classic gender-swapped book tales so refreshing for readers who are dying to see themselves …

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11 modern takes on classic books that do justice to the original story

We may think that “reboot culture” is quite recent, with our Lady Ghostbusters and our various Spider-Men. But in reality, writers have been stealing from each other and updating each other’s stories since the dawn of time. Ever since there have been novels, there have been authors who say “yes, …

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What are the best stories and sequels to classic children’s books? | Children’s books

I love classic stories but I’ve read most of them and some are a bit too old fashioned both in the writing and in the attitude of the characters! What do you think are the best modern sequels and rewrites of classic children’s books? Many children’s authors were inspired to …

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10 classic books you read in high school that you should read again

In Classic Practices: 50 Reasons to Reread 50 Books You Haven’t Touched Since High School, Kevin Smokler takes you on a trip down memory lane in high school, when you couldn’t stand reading As I died Where Tess of the d’Urbervilles. Or maybe you could, you bookworm. Either way, Smokler …

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