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Check out the latest top ten fiction and nonfiction titles from the 7 July 2014 New York Times bestseller list. New to the fiction list this week is ...
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Literature has lost a great author today with the passing of Walter Dean Myers. He was the first author to win the Printz award (for "Monster"), established in 2000 to recognize young adult...
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Anita Lobel is one of the most important children's book authors and illustrators of our time. She has written and illustrated more than 60 books. They are in the canon of the most important, highest quality books for children. Ms. Lobel's first book, Sven's Bridge, was named one of the New York Times Best...
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The Keep Me In Suspense Mystery/Thriller Book Group met in May to discuss Blue Monday by Nicci French. This book is the first in a series by the English husband/...
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Check out the latest top ten fiction and nonfiction titles from the 8 June 2014 New York Times bestseller list. New to the fiction list this week is All the Light We Cannot See...
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The Second World War lasted six grueling years, from 1939-1945, and was the most widespread and deadliest war in history, involving more than thirty countries and resulting in more than 50 million...
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Bibliophile- (noun) a lover of books especially for qualities of format Source: Merriam-Webster Dictionary...
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Authors of “out in the cold classic spy novels” (Novelist) are Somerset Maugham, John Le Carre, Graham Greene and G. K. Chesterton. Somerset Maugham wrote The British Agent in 1928 after his...
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Looking for quality reads for your teen? The Teen Center has you covered! Each year the South Carolina Association of School Librarians nominates a selection of both fiction and nonfiction titles...
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Check out the latest top ten fiction and nonfiction titles from the 11 May 2014 New York Times bestseller list. Number three on the fiction list this week is Chestnut Street; a...

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