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New in young adult literature: Annabel Pitcher's 'Ketchup Clouds,' Cinda Williams Chima's 'The Enchanter Heir' and nonfiction on the Kennedy assassination.
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Sohrab Armari of The Wall Street Journal reports for NY1 on newly released book titles and the world of publishing in "The Book Reader."
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If you're looking for the right gift for a book lover, you're in luck. Midwestern authors have been especially prolific lately in a variety of genres, ranging from realistic fiction to nonfiction memoir.
2. And the Mountains Echoed Khaled Hosseini A father gives away his daughter to a wealthy man in Kabul, setting into motion a novel that moves through war, separation, birth, death, deceit, and love.
The first takeaway from this mind-bending history of Scientology is that all the strangest things you've heard are true.
"A Kiss Under the Mistletoe: True Stories Inspired by the Magic of the Christmas Season" is a collection of 26 true Christmastime romance stories compiled by Jennifer Basye Sander.
Kensington Publishing Corp. will release the novel 'What She Left Behind' by Ellen Marie Wiseman of Three Mile Bay on Dec. 31. Mrs. Wiseman's debut novel, 'The Plum Tree,' was published by Kensington last year.
In elementary math classes, students will spend less time working independently with paper and pencil and more time with items such as beads and blocks, working collaboratively on strategies to solve problems.
Shenandoah Valley's geography and history are a source of fascination for many who have traversed her roads.
If you want to understand what's happening in Indian Country today, on reservations and in urban Indian communities, Thomas King's funny, angry, often whimsical and sometimes melancholic meditation, "The Inconvenient Indian," is a good place to start.
The "systematic failure," understaffing and neglect of public defenders led two cities north of Seattle to trample a "hallowed right" treasured by indigent defendants since a landmark 1963 Supreme Court decision, a federal judge ruled.
For readers who love a mystery, LaGrange Memorial Library is the place to be Saturday, where a book sale of donated items is from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. "This year we have an extraordinary collection of hardback mysteries," said Brenda Thomas, president of Friends of LaGrange Memorial Library, which is sponsoring the sale at the library at 115 Alford ... (more)
Evening dedicated to the memory of the Kyrgyz writer, journalist and screenwriter Leonid Dyadyuchenko was held on December 5, 2013 at Russian Book House in Bishkek.