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Collinwood photographer Bridget Caswell publishes book of porch portraits in pandemic

CLEVELAND, Ohio – In the past two years, people have spent more time at home due to the coronavirus pandemic. Bridget Caswell focused on capturing a slice of this life in her Porch Portrait Project – soon to be published in a new book called “Homebody.” “Homebody” features the photographer’s neighbors in Collinwood through nearly 50 portraits taken a year ...

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Bible Stories For Kids Get The Kickstarter Treatment

At the center of publishing trends towards more aesthetically pleasing Bibles and richer theologically rich children’s books is The book of belonging. A Kickstarter venture of writer Mariko Clark and illustrator Rachel Eleanor, the project was inspired by Clark’s six-year-old daughter, who noticed the lack of female characters in the Children’s Bible and asked: “Does God love boys more than ...

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New Zealand’s first Booker Prize winner Keri Hulme dies at 74

After attending North New Brighton Primary School and Aranui Secondary School in Christchurch, Ms Hulme worked for a season picking hops and tobacco in the Tasman area before briefly studying law at the University of Canterbury. She went on to do odd jobs across the country before working at the post office in the rural town of Greymouth, on the ...

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DH Lawrence, Lady Chatterley, this trial and writing fiction

FICTIONTendernessAlison macleodBloomsbury, $ 32.99 In the very mannered, class-divided, and tightly corseted England of the turn of the 20th century, DH Lawrence’s ambition to bring his culture back to the most instinctive truths of our nature has given a polemical air to just about everything. he wrote. In a sense, this reformist drive marred his work, but it also gave ...

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Antigo Public Library Winter Reading Challenge

BY DOMINIC FRADRUP, DIRECTOR OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY OF ANTIGO From January 1-31, the Antigo Public Library will participate in Beanstack’s fifth annual Winter Reading Challenge, “Reading for a Better World,” sponsored by Lerner Publishing Group. We challenge our customers to read at least 10 hours per month and follow their reading on our Beanstack site at antigopl.beanstack.org or through ...

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Mariel Hemingway vividly examines Manhattan Book Group, ranked best independent book publisher in New York

Mariel Hemingway recently reviewed the respected Manhattan Book Group, located on Broadway in New York City. In Hemingway’s review posted on YouTube and the Manhattan Book Group website, she said, “If you’re looking to get your book professionally published, look no further than Manhattan Book Group. There’s a reason Manhattan Book Group is rated no. 1 independent book publisher in ...

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Vermont family hope to help other children with dietary restrictions by publishing book

Siblings Trevor and Julie Anne Glowac were busy this week in their kitchen in Stowe, Vermont, making some of their favorite snacks. “It’s a pretty simple recipe,” said Julie Anne, who is in sixth grade. They made their favorite banana ice cream with simple ingredients: mashed bananas mixed with fresh fruit. They consider all of these fruits to be “ninja ...

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Author Olivia McNabb’s new book “Marvin the Turtle” is the endearing story of a little turtle who is new to school and afraid to be herself.

TRENTON, Georgia (PRWEB) 20 December 2021 Olivia McNabb, an imaginative mother who loves animals and the outdoors, has completed her new book “Marvin the Turtle”: An Encouraging Story of a Little Turtle Learning a Valuable Lesson. When Marvin and his family move into a new home and start school, he is the only turtle in his entire first grade class. ...

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Revel in the joys of books and reading at a Baghdad book fair

BAGHDAD – Protesters in Baghdad are staging a sit-in demanding that US troops leave Iraq. Counterterrorism troops patrol the streets. A federal court is wondering whether to certify the results of parliamentary elections two months ago. But at the Baghdad International Fair grounds, hardly anyone cares about all of this. Inside is the Baghdad International Book Fair. It’s not even ...

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Facebook whistleblower lands book deal

Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen is writing a book that will include “a critical review of Facebook,” after revealing what critics say is damning information about the social media giant. Little, Brown and Co, a brand of the Hachette Book Group publishing house, announced Thursday that it will publish Haugen’s book. The title and release date of the book have yet ...

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