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New York Times Book Review Editor Pamela Paul To Speak at Norman Rockwell Museum
STOCKBRIDGE, Mass. – Norman Rockwell Museum will present an evening with journalist and author Pamela Paul on Thursday, July 26 starting at 5:30 p.m. Ms. Paul, editor of The New York Times Book Review, will discuss the power of published imagery ...

BOOK REVIEW: On the diamond of self-esteem
Steve Dressing is a new, self-published author. After more than three decades as an environmental scientist, Dressing has entered the world of children's literature. His first book, “Game Keepers,” which is published by his own Number 6 Publishing ...

7 New Books We Recommend This Week
“Lowrey figures that the cost of such a guarantee would approximate the current total costs of the earned-income tax credit, supplemental security income, housing assistance, food stamps and school lunches,” Robert B. Reich notes in his review, and ...

Beatles song to be adapted into children's picture book
The books will be released through a licensing agreement with Sony/ATV Music Publishing and Sony/ATV's Global Licensing Agent, Epic Rights. Other picture books have been based on Beatles songs. In 2014, Ringo Starr collaborated with illustrator Ben ...

Making a Killing: Top Thriller Writers Talk about Their Craft
Mr. Child is one of several prominent thriller writers who recently spoke about the writing process with Tina Jordan, an editor at The New York Times Book Review and the host of this special edition of the Book Review's podcast. Ms. Jordan is also ...

Book Review: 'The Imperial Radch Trilogy' by Ann Leckie
Some of you may have figured out by now that I really like science fiction, and I am so happy to have finally read this award-winning trilogy. Leckie's debut book, "Ancillary Justice,” is the only novel to have won the Hugo, Nebula and Arthur C. Clarke ...

Book Review | 'The Comeback': Vivid details bring to life Greg LeMond's return
A rider training for the 2,000-mile Tour de France might look “like a POW,” as a shaken Kathy LeMond said of her gaunt husband, Greg, before the 1981 season. But once the 21-stage Tour begins — as the 105th edition did July 7 from Noirmoutier-en-l'Ile ...

Book Review: The Undertaker's Daughter by Sara Blaedel
Book Review: The Undertaker's Daughter by Sara Blaedel. Denmark's "Queen of Crime" brings the mystery Stateside with a Danish woman who must deal with both a funeral home she's inherited in Wisconsin and a local murder. Reviewed by Elizabeth ...

Book Review: Astroball, The New Way to Win it All.
To all devoted, and even casual Astros fans everywhere, let me proclaim: Read this book! Learn it. Live it. Love it. Even if you think you already know everything there is to know about the Astros, this book will inform you. If you love the Astros, it ...

Book Review by Lexi Tallmon: 'How to Stop Time'
In “How to Stop Time” by Matt Haig, Tom Hazard begins a new life as a history teacher in London. Due to a rare condition, the seemingly 40-year-old man has lived for centuries. To Tom, who performed alongside Shakespeare and sailed with Captain Cook, ...

Book Review: 'Automating Inequality: How High-Tech Tools Profile, Police, and Punish the Poor'
The greatest weakness of the book is that Eubanks doesn't do very well at linking her general arguments about technology — in particular, the dangers of surveillance and invasion of privacy — to the real-life examples, where negative results are ...

Comic Book Reviews for This Week: 7/18/2018
Welcome to this week in comic book reviews! The staff have come together to read and review nearly everything that released today. It isn't totally comprehensive, but it includes just about everything from DC and Marvel with the important books from ...





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