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Book Nook will donate 10,000 books to celebrate 10th anniversary

Since its creation, the mission of Enrichment of the book corner – a favorite and hidden UWS gem for little learners – has been to inspire a lifelong love of reading. This year marks the Early Years Literacy Center’s tenth anniversary, and to give back to the community, they’ve partnered …

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Implications and Growth of COVID-19 – Business Ethics

“Overview of the global book market: The Books Market research report provides an in-depth analysis of current trends, latest developments, scenario, market size, various drivers, restraints, and major players along with their profile details. The research report offers the main data for the years 2016 and 2021 and also provides …

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Book Review (Non-Fiction): ‘The Nineties,’ by Chuck Klosterman | Books

In Richard Linklater’s film “Dazed and Confused,” a character defines their “every other decade theory”: “The 50s were boring. The sixties have changed. The 70s, my God, obviously sucks. So maybe the 80s will be, like, radical. When this film was released in 1993, the twenty-something audience it targeted laughed …

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Fall asleep to your favorite music or books with a $40 small under-pillow speaker

StackCommerce If you don’t share the same musical tastes as everyone you share the room with, you’re probably not allowed to fall asleep with your favorite playlist on speakerphone. But that doesn’t mean you have to resort to headphones in bed. Instead, you just need your own private speaker that …

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mysteries, historical fiction and more

Looking for your next favorite book? Here are some of our top picks for a nice cuddle on the couch or that long plane ride. — “Watch It Fall” by Erin Kelly Ava Kirilova is at the peak of her profession as a ballet dancer. After years of pain and …

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Books Market Size, Scope and Forecast

New Jersey, United States,- A recent report titled book market by Verified Market Research highlights industry dynamics, current and future trends that play a key role in determining business expansion. The report also highlights the key driving factors and restraints impacting the growth. For a comprehensive understanding, experts have reviewed …

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Author Chang will discuss “The Family Chao” at Readers’ Books

Novelist Lan Samantha Chang will be at Readers’ Books on Friday, Feb. 25 to discuss her latest novel, “The Family Chao,” with Bay Area author Angela Pneuman. According to an announcement from the event, the book is “a giggling, searing, and profound portrait of a singular immigrant family grappling with …

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Books Digest – When we were birds, a class apart and emotional

Welcome to our weekly Books Digest where we round up the new books you should and shouldn’t read. This week features When We Were Birds by Anyanna Lloyd Banwo, A Class of Their Own: Adventures in Tutoring the Super-Rich by Matt Knott, and Emotional: The New Thinking about Feelings by …

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Book bans and censored programs won’t change history – or the racism we still live with

Editor’s note: This is part of our series on the 80th anniversary of Executive Order 9066, signed on February 19, 1942. Hours after the Japanese Empire attacked Pearl Harbor, my grandmother Chiye Higuchi scoured her family’s farm in San Jose looking for anything that smelled of her native Japan. Photos …

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What students say about banning books from school libraries

As a gay man, seeing the attempts to remove LGBTQIA+ content from the shelves is almost hurtful. All my life books have been about the same thing; two straight white people meet and fall in love. But in recent years, I have finally had access to literature in which I …

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