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10 books that will help graduates learn how to ~adult~ in the real world
But if you're looking for a more personal gift, we know just the thing: a book. Whether your loved one is graduating from high school, college, or graduate school, these books for graduates are filled with wise life lessons and helpful advice to help ...

New Tucson-related gardening books, including The Colorful Dry Garden
While you and your plants are dealing with the heat, here is some reading material to get you excited for the next big planting season and beyond. “THE COLORFUL DRY GARDEN”. The subtitle of this recently released book, “Over 100 Flowers and Vibrant ...

Check it out: Get your hands dirty with gardening books
Jan Johnston is the Collection Development Coordinator for the Fort Vancouver Regional Library District. Email her at [email protected] Guess what? It's time for Dozer Day! Today is the last day, so be sure to head out to the Clark County Event ...

MORAN: Import taxes on uncoated groundwood paper will hurt US newspapers, publishers
The Department of Commerce initiated antidumping and countervailing duty investigations in late 2017 into the Canadian uncoated groundwood paper industry on behalf of a single domestic paper mill – this paper is used by newspapers, book publishers ...

How These Books Can Help You in Your Entrepreneurial Journey
Flipping through a few pages is the best way to relax at the end of a hectic day. I make it a point to read about two to three books every month and also utilizes my travel time to read something constructive. I am an ardent fan of Michael Lewis, his ...

Old books with old stains get a new look
“Of course they do — but books where there are no images, just a bunch of stains — people don't think about studying them,” she said. “One of the things we wanted to do was take the ordinary, dirty book and bring it to the forefront — and give it ...

5 books you won't want to miss this week, including Stephen King, John McCain
USA TODAY's Jocelyn McClurg scopes out the hottest books on sale each week. 1. The Outsider by Stephen King (Scribner, fiction, on sale May 22). What it's about: The arrest of a popular Little League coach for the murder of a local boy eventually leads ...

Local best-selling books
The following were the best-selling books last week at Battenkill Books, 15 E. Main St., Cambridge: 1. “Swimming Lessons” by Claire Fuller. 2. “Hello Lighthouse” by Sophie Blackall. 3. “When Women Were Birds: Fifty-Four Variations on Voice” by Terry ...

'Fahrenheit 451': Michael B. Jordan and Ramin Bahrani Break Down the Big Differences From Book to Screen
“He starts in one place — being very much the poster boy of the Fire Department, controlling information and knowledge, burning books and history and art — and he actually comes full circle. He starts to think. He gets into the resistance. He ...

Lee Littlewood: Fun Novelty Gift Books for Tots
By Sarah Goodreau; Big Picture Books/Candlewick; 16 pages; $18.99. The World-Famous Book of Counting, a larger, lift-the-flap, popup, pull-down book about numbers, is set upon a super fun magic and sorcery show with gorgeous muted colors and retro ...

'Fahrenheit 451' to 'A Wrinkle in Time:' 13 Banned Books Adapted for the Screen
When Jay Asher's book was adapted for a popular Netflix series last year, the controversial series faced backlash for its sensitive premise. The novel was first banned in 2012, as critics accused the author for glamorizing suicide and for being a ...

This week's must-read books
Well, That Escalated Quickly: Memoirs and Mistakes of an Accidental Activist Franchesca Ramsey (memoir, Grand Central Publishing) Video blogger and star of MTV's “Decoded,” Franchesca Ramsey went viral with her “S–t White Girls Say . . . to Black Girls ...

These books inspired Benedict Cumberbatch's hot new show
Patrick has inherited wealth (albeit waning), a drug habit and parents that run the gamut from ineffectual to horribly abusive. The books follow him from boyhood into middle age, as he comes to grips with their hold over him and his own role as a ...

Norpac blasts bill to pause tariffs on Canadian newsprint
At the same time, the bill would also direct the U.S. Department of Commerce to study the economic health of the printing and publishing industries. Uncoated groundwood paper — otherwise known as newsprint — is used by newspapers, book publishers ...

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