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13 perfect summer beach readings for 2021 – CBS Denver

Summer is here – and so is summer beach reading. With the extra time available, there is nothing better than choosing a new book to get away from. What makes a good beach read? If summer is about getting away from it all, then summer beach reading is about helping you get there. Perfect Beach Reading is an easy page ...

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In Backlash to Racial Reckoning, conservative editors see gold

This year, right-wing media like Fox News aggressively attacked Critical Race Theory, a scientific framework that examines the role of law and other institutions in perpetuating racial inequality, rather than focusing on individual prejudices. Critics say it is a divisive belief system that portrays whiteness as inherently bad and unfairly portrays the country as hopelessly racist, but academics who embrace ...

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David Archuleta’s children’s book reflects his life

Christian singer David Archuleta, who rose to prominence as a teenager in 2008 when he was a finalist on American IdolSeason 7 is far from the first music celebrity to write a children’s book encouraging children to have faith. But Archuleta My little prayer (Bushel & Peck, Oct) has a unique history. In the book, a little boy prays to ...

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Anderson’s Bookshops turns 40 in September

Anderson’s Bookshop has roots in Downers Grove for 41 years, and next month the independent business celebrates its current location at 5112 Main St. Anderson’s is a sixth generation family-owned bookstore that dates back to the founding in 1875 of WW Wickel Pharmacy (now Oswald’s Pharmacy), which sold books and other items in Naperville before starting a separate bookstore in ...

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Authors and publishers risk N 500,000 fine as NLN calls for harsher penalty for defaulters

As part of efforts to ensure effective compliance with its legal deposit obligation, the National Library of Nigeria (NLN) has requested a more severe fine of at least N 500,000 for authors and publishers who fail to deposit their documents. books from the Library. Outgoing National Librarian and Managing Director of the National Library of Nigeria, Professor Lenrie Aina, said ...

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Research History by Eugene Lim. Coffee House, $ 16.95 commercial paper (210p) ISBN 978-1-56689-617-7

Eugene Lim. Coffee House, $ 16.95 commercial paper (210p) ISBN 978-1-56689-617-7 The montage is the message in the last elliptical, whirling of Lim (Dear Cyborgs), which delivers a post-human manifesto on the loss, identity and transfigurative potential of art. Billed as “a mysterious murder, an outdated owner’s manual … a shattered novel”, this release opens with a “dysthymic artificial intelligence ...

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Mississippi Book Festival Watchlist | Jackson Free Press

The annual literary festival features panel discussions, book signings and sales, food trucks and more. Photo by Amber Helsel Mississippi is constantly faced with mockery and derision. “Fiftieth” has been the blind cry of its counterparts in the North and even its compatriots in the South, who refuse to see what has long been known: Mississippi is a microcosm of ...

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These brothers wrote the children’s book they wished they had when their grandmother had Alzheimer’s disease

Marie Kennedy still remembers coming home from the long-term care center in Sherbrooke, Nova Scotia, when her children asked her why their grandmother couldn’t remember their names. This conversation ten years ago and the ones that followed have been difficult. Their grandmother’s heart, Kennedy told his sons, had not diminished – inside him resided a love just as fierce as ...

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