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Carol S. -

Spy Fiction - Glamour and Gadgets

David Wright (Novelist) describes basic themes and situations of espionage fiction as darker and "the betrayal-ridden world of the double-agent to be the illusory nature of good and evil... More 
April J. -

Firms of Endearment

Firms of Endearment is a book about gaining the "share of heart" not just the share of wallet, building companies that leave the world a better place. Companies that aligned... More 
ThomasM -

YA Fiction Guest Reviews

Whether from a librarian, teacher, or a good friend, word of mouth is a book's best hope for finding new readers. Please welcome guest reviewer Sarah, an ardent teen reader with good books to... More 
Sarah G. -

Columbia's Reading Life

Here's your chance to recognize your favorite book or favorite author. Pat Conroy's love letter to good books, good writers, and the people who introduced him to both, My Reading Life... More 
Laura R. -

Love in a Time of Homeschooling

January is a time when many homeschoolers start to get tired and burned out. Spring can seem so far away and the cold weather can limit park days and field trips. This winter, perk up your... More 
For over 47 years, The New York Review of Books has been the place where the world's leading authors, scientists, educators, artists, and political leaders turn when they wish to engage in a spirited debate on literature,... More 
Bland -

Strike Paper Makes Good

This year marks the fiftieth anniversary of The New York Review of Books, the review journal that began life as a “strike paper,” filling a void during a New York printers’ strike when... More 
ThomasM -

Five Great Tales of The Caped Crusader

Perhaps you know him better at the movies as The Dark Knight, but everyone’s favorite billionaire Bruce Wayne will always be a caped crusader on the comics page. His legacy encompasses at least... More 


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