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Fairfax County Schools Remove 2 Books With Graphic Sex From Libraries

[ad_1] A northern Virginia school system said it was removing two books from school libraries, including an illustrated memoir containing explicit illustrations of sex involving children, after a parent expressed concern about them when a school board meeting. A northern Virginia school system said it was removing two books from school libraries, including an illustrated memoir containing explicit illustrations of ...

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A rhyming e-book for children will be offered for free on Amazon

[ad_1] A local author hopes to bring smiles back to children in the midst of a pandemic by donating an electronic copy of her latest children’s book for free. Fremont-native Kellie Carte-Sears’ latest book, “The Power of a Flower: A Book of Determination and Teamwork,” is the third in a series of children’s books she has written titled “Moments with ...

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Oaklins DeSilva + Phillips Client Workman Publishing Sold to Hachette Book Group for $ 240 Million | State

[ad_1] NEW YORK, September 23, 2021 / PRNewswire-PRWeb / – Oaklins client DeSilva + Phillips, Workman Publishing, one of the largest and most respected independent book publishers in the United States, and Hachette Book Group today announced that Hachette completed the acquisition of Workman for $ 240 million. The transaction was closed after the successful completion of the regulatory approval ...

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“The right to sex” goes beyond the parameters of consent

[ad_1] So this is a book that explicitly addresses intersectionality, even if Srinivasan is not satisfied with the common – and reductive – understanding of the term. Paying attention to the difference isn’t enough, she says. For a book by a philosopher who argues in favor of theory, “The Right to Sex” keeps coming back to the reality of lived ...

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Navy SEAL Rob O’Neill and Medal of Honor hero Dakota Meyer write book

[ad_1] The Navy SEAL who fired the shots that killed Osama Bin Laden and the first living Marine to receive the Medal of Honor since the Vietnam War are writing a self-help book. Described as “the best of military memoir and straightforward self-help,” according to its official website, “The Way Forward” will switch between the perspective of Robert O’Neill and ...

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Twitch and National Music Publishers’ Association strike music deal

[ad_1] Music rights issues have been a major issue for Twitch streamers for some time now, as DMCA takedown notices have resulted in countless clips being removed from the site. However, a new deal between Twitch and the National Music Publishers’ Association could make it easier for streamers and musicians. According to a statement, the two companies aim “to forge ...

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How this publisher of children’s books leverages direct consumer marketing to be successful

[ad_1] What does a publishing house need to do to sell 2 million books in a single year? For Puppy Dogs & Ice Cream, the answer may be unexpected: combine meaningful topics for kids with innovative direct-to-consumer marketing tactics. It’s an unconventional approach, but it works – time consuming. Puppy Dogs & Ice Cream is a San Diego-based children’s book ...

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Bookshop.org, BA helps underrepresented communities to open independent bookstores

[ad_1] September 21, 2021 @booksandpublishing In the UK, Bookshop.org and the Booksellers Association (BA) have launched a program to help launch and encourage new bookstores founded by members of under-represented communities. The New Futures program will receive applications from under-represented communities who believe they have the potential to create viable book-selling businesses. These communities include individuals who identify as Black ...

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Photos of Silicon Valley in the 1950s and 1960s

[ad_1] Victor at Attention, Sunnyvale California 1959. (David Pace / Schilt Publishing) In 1959, at the age of eight, David Pace received a gift that would ultimately transform his life. This would set off a journey that would see him become a famous photographer whose work would be showcased at the 2019 Venice Biennale. Pace’s journey would be a bit ...

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Lawfully blind Carmelite author recounts his journey into the world of the seers • Current Publishing

[ad_1] Sandra Fortier wants to create a guide for others on how she has navigated her life. Fortier, legally blind, was born two months prematurely in February 1949. She remained in hospital for two months due to her inability to gain weight, which forced her to remain in an incubator. Fortier “The doctors said the oxygen in the incubator caused ...

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Paper shortage increases costs for publishers

[ad_1] A paper shortage due to the pandemic and Brexit is impacting the production of books, newspapers and other paper-based products. This resulted in programming delays and higher costs absorbed by publishers ahead of the busy Christmas season. Industry figures say it will be a boost for some small printers, but fear the problem will be fixed before the New ...

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Newcastle couple who write children’s books receive thank you letter from the Duchess of Cambridge

[ad_1] A Newcastle couple have teamed up to become bestselling children’s book authors and have even received accolades from the Royal Family. Husband and wife Ben Grisdale and Frances Rodgers, of Wideopen, together created the books Roly the Hedgehog, Rory the Garden Bird, Rosy the Bumblebee and Roxy the Butterfly. They began to write them in order to encourage children ...

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IDW Publishing signs distribution agreement with Penguin Random House

[ad_1] IDW Publishing today announced that it has signed an agreement with Penguin Random House Publisher Services, which will increase its reach outside the direct North American market, but also give PRH the opportunity to distribute the comics, graphic novels and books. of IDW art in the market too. The deal is non-exclusive, allowing retailers to choose between Penguin Random ...

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Malala Yousafzai congratulates Angelina Jolie for publishing children’s rights book – Celebrity

[ad_1] Nobel laureate and activist Malala Yousafzai praised American actress Angelina Jolie for publishing a book that gives children “the knowledge they need to fight injustice”. Yousafzai posted a photo of herself with Jolie on Instagram and spoke about the book. “Children make up almost a third of the world’s population. Just like adults, children have rights,” she writes. I ...

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The Trudeaus agreed to have the Father’s book published by a company run by the Chinese Communists in 2005

[ad_1] Breadcrumb Links World New national Election 2021 Canadian Politics Canada Chinese experts suggested the 1960s book would likely be subject to heavy censorship Author of the article: Tom blackwell Release date : Sep 15, 2021 • 2 hours ago • 4 minutes to read • 63 reviews Pierre Trudeau and Jacques Hébert greet a Buddhist-style monk in China. Extract ...

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Trisha Yearwood wants fans to cook with her. here’s how

[ad_1] The “Trisha’s Southern Kitchen” host shared her video invitation on Twitter and noted that although this is a virtual event, there will be fun guests at these gatherings; they’ll cook, answer questions and virtually sign books at a bookstore near you. How it works? Visit the Book Publisher’s website where you’ll find a list of participating bookstores in cities ...

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Legacy Launch Pad Publishing Releases Business Book for Women Entrepreneurs by Angel Investor Mimi Maclean | national

[ad_1] LOS ANGELES, Calif., September 8, 2021 (SEND2PRESS NEWSWIRE) – Legacy Launch Pad Publishing publishes the first book by angel investor, CPA, Columbia Business School alumnus, nonprofit founder and podcaster Mimi MacLean. “How to be a Female CEO of Badass: Slay the Competition and Reach the Top” (ISBN: 978-1951407681) is designed to help women succeed in male-dominated roles, whether it’s ...

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Award-winning publisher and author Chinyere Nwakanma talks about her new book

[ad_1] Oliver the Miner and the beautiful Princess Sally by Chinyere Nwakanma released and now on sale (The Magazine Plus Editorial): – London, UK September 1, 2021 (Issuewire.com) – Award-winning author and publisher Chinyere Nwakanma reminds fans that his long-awaited new book Oliver the Miner and the beautiful Princess Sally has been released and can now be purchased as it ...

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Is Novak Djokovic the greatest tennis player of all time?

[ad_1] Novak Djokovic has never heard of “Gumby”. A child journalist chosen by the USTA to serve as a “children’s caster” asked Djokovic on Friday’s US Open media day which nickname he preferred – “Gumby” or “Spiderman.” Djokovic was called both by tennis connoisseurs. Pundits have long been trying to figure out what made the Serbian – on the verge ...

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Governor Larry Hogan – Official website of the Governor of Maryland

[ad_1] The company plans to increase the workforce to a second location in Hampstead over the next six years ANNAPOLIS, MD–Governor Larry Hogan today announced that Penguin Random House, the renowned book publisher home to more than 300 international publishing houses, has expanded its presence in Maryland with the opening of a second distribution center in the county. by Carroll. ...

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New Beatles Lyrics in Paul McCartney’s New Book

[ad_1] Here’s the sun – and more Beatles lyrics. In Paul McCartney’s upcoming book “The Lyrics,” he will include exclusive lyrics that have never been heard by the public, according to the Guardian. The book, which will contain 154 songs, is described by McCartney, 79, as a “self-portrait in 154 songs”. Each song will also be accompanied by commentary from ...

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Sheikha Bodour’s book brings hope to the people of Gaza

[ad_1] Sheikha Bodour Bint Sultan Al Qasimi Gulf today, Journalist Sheikha Bodour Bint Sultan Al Qasimi, President of the International Publishers Association (IPA) and Founder and CEO of the United Arab Emirates-based Kalimat (KG) Group, announced that all proceeds from sales of the first edition of its latest work of children’s literature entitled The “World Book Capital” will be donated ...

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13 perfect summer beach readings for 2021 – CBS Denver

[ad_1] 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 ...

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In Backlash to Racial Reckoning, conservative editors see gold

[ad_1] 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 ...

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Pioneering children’s book author Eloise Greenfield has died at 92

[ad_1] When beloved children’s author Eloise Greenfield died last week in her longtime hometown of Washington, DC at the age of 92, she left behind a catalog of books spanning five decades and fans who grew up reciting his poems, reading his books to their children and buying them. for their grandchildren. His first book, “Bubbles”, was published in 1972, ...

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David Archuleta’s children’s book reflects his life

[ad_1] 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 ...

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Anderson’s Bookshops turns 40 in September

[ad_1] 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 ...

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

[ad_1] 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, ...

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

[ad_1] 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 ...

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Mississippi Book Festival Watchlist | Jackson Free Press

[ad_1] 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 ...

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

[ad_1] 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 ...

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The Catastrophic Last Year of Donald J. Trump by Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker. Penguin Press, $ 30 (578p) ISBN 978-0-593-29894-7

[ad_1] Carol Leonnig and Philip Rucker. Penguin Press, $ 30 (578p) ISBN 978-0-593-29894-7 Washington post reporters Leonnig and Rucker return (after A very stable genius) with a comprehensive but stilted overview of the tweetstorms, turf wars, denial and desperation that rocked the Trump administration from January 2020 to January 2021. It is an in-depth study of the bureaucratic dysfunction caused ...

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Free Comic Book Day returns to Rochester

[ad_1] ROCHESTER – Jetpack Comics & Games will be hosting Free Comic Book Day in downtown Rochester on Saturday August 14 starting at 10 a.m. Guest of honor Daniel Warren Johnson will be in attendance. DWJ’s work includes Marvel Comics: Beta Ray Bill, DC Comics: Wonder Woman, Dead Earth, and her creator Image Properties Murder Falcon 7 Extremity. “Being able ...

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Ben Shapiro has mastered Facebook’s “outrage politics”

[ad_1] Ben Shapiro, political commentator and founder of the polarizing conservative website The daily thread, “rule” effectively Facebook, NPR reported Monday, writing that it “was driving an unprecedented engagement machine on the world’s largest social networking site.” The daily thread was so successful, in fact, that in May, the site “generated more Facebook engagement on its posts than The New ...

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John Veronis, who brokered major media deals, dies at 93

[ad_1] John James Veronis was born March 6, 1928 in New Brunswick, New Jersey, and raised in Easton, Pennsylvania. He was one of six children of Greek immigrants; his father, Nicholas, had been a writer but had taken jobs in a fur factory and restaurants in the United States; his mother, Angeliki (Eftimakis) Veronis, was a housewife. After graduating from ...

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Advantages and disadvantages of cooperation, low-carbon construction and in nature: the books in brief

[ad_1] Social instinct Nicolas raihani Cap Jonathan (2021) Cooperation is a double-edged sword. Within totalitarian nations and among democratic nations, it dominated World War II. But working together also created a post-war consensus that paved the way for the UK National Health Service and gender equality. Well used, cooperation brings wealth, but “in the wrong hands or used in the ...

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Trump Copy / Paste Publisher Blurb, Sends Own Statement

[ad_1] In the Conservative edition, there are few “gets” as good as Donald Trump. And having him send one of his statements via email – or non-Twitter tweets, as one might describe them – is even get-ier. So, Fox’s Jesse Watters must have been thrilled to see his name evolve after Trump praised his book. This praise was quite extensive. ...

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“Seek You”, a graphic memoir by Kristen Radtke on loneliness

[ad_1] On the bookshelf Seek You: a journey through American solitude By Kristen RadtkePantheon: 352 pages, $ 30 If you purchase related books from our site, The Times may earn a commission from Bookshop.org, whose fees support independent bookstores. Kristen Radtke is an incubator; few would call it a joyful spirit. (I can understand.) His first book, a thoughtful graphic ...

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Mebane author Nancy Youngdahl talks about career and inspiration after fourth book release

[ad_1] Mebane author Nancy Youngdahl recently published her fourth children’s book “The Ruth Adventures, Best Friends Forever”. The book is the second in the Ruth Adventures series, with more to come. To learn more about Youngdahl and his writing career, we sat down for a question and answer session. How long have you been writing and what kind of stories ...

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Why are there so many Holocaust books for children?

[ad_1] Yet, by focusing so relentlessly on the Holocaust, we are telling children, Jewish or not, that the worst thing that has ever happened to us is the cornerstone of our collective identity. Are we trying to scare Jewish children into loving their Jewishness? Trying to make non-Jews feel guilty so that they refrain from insults and attacks? How does ...

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Federal government forgives more than $ 1 million in PPP loans to the best anti-vaccines

[ad_1] Ttalk about a sick case. The Small Business Administration gave vaccine conspirators a shot in the arm of more than $ 1 million by forgiving massive loans to major vaccine opponents, a Daily Beast review revealed. Ironically, this infusion came through the Paycheck Protection Program, intended to ease the economic pressure brought on by the pandemic – the same ...

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Award-winning journalist Ken Tingley announces the publication of his first book with Something Or Other Publishing

[ad_1] Tingley joins elite writers: astronaut Ron Garan, acclaimed sci-fi / fantasy author Alia Luria and WWII historian Aleksandar Veljic “Ken Tingley doesn’t just write from the heart… on the hearts of others, you can turn to any page and feel your heart restored. “Terry Pluto, Author / Columnist – Cleveland Plain Dealer.” – Terry Pluto, writer and columnist for ...

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The best books of 2021 to date

[ad_1] Graphic: All by Natalie Peeples Too often it can seem that literary coverage is dominated by scandal, that people don’t want to read books as much as they want to read writers who do bad things. Whether it’s the parade of former Trump administration officials signing lucrative publishing deals (and then some of those deals are canceled) or a ...

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Kharis Publishing publishes “One Day of Peace: An Inspirational Novel Revealing 50 Principles That Can Transform Your Life”

[ad_1] “One Day of Peace by Stephen D’Angelo” Kharis Publishing today announced the release of “A Single Day of Peace: An Inspirational Novel Revealing 50 Principles That Can Transform Your Life” (ISBN: 978-1637460337) by Stephen D’Angelo. CHICAGO, Illinois – Most people have parts of their lives that are flourishing and parts that need healing. Things we would like to change ...

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U.S. supply chain grapples with high costs and downtime

[ad_1] July 8, 2021 @booksandpublishing In the United States, the book industry’s supply chain is grappling with the challenges of trucker shortages, widespread port congestion and soaring container costs, according to a panel from the Book Industry Study. Group, report Editors Weekly. The panel expects the struggles to continue for the remainder of the year and into 2022. David Hetherington ...

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West receives 2021 Reading Australia scholarship

[ad_1] July 8, 2021 @booksandpublishing The Copyright Agency has named Edwina West of Oakhill College in Sydney as the 2021 Reading Australia Laureate for English Literacy Teachers. West receives a grant of $ 15,000, which will be used to develop a resource for teachers and teacher-librarians to help students choose books that reflect their diverse experiences and address the increasing ...

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Clear Lake resident releases second children’s novel

[ad_1] CLEAR LAKE, Texas – Rhys Griffin, a Clear Lake resident, released his second children’s book this year through a partnership with Spectrum Fusion, a Houston-based nonprofit, and it can be read by fans of fairy tales in Houston and beyond this summer. The non-profit Reactor Room provides adults like Griffin, who has the autism spectrum, a place to connect ...

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Colorado Authors League announces 2021 writing awards finalists

[ad_1] This month, the finalists were named in the long-running Colorado Authors League (CAL) writing competition. Celebrating its 90th anniversary this year, the organization supports and promotes published writers. CAL recognizes several works published in several different genres in fiction and non-fiction. This year, more than 120 members participated in the published works competition. Each year, the group honors a ...

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