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2015/01/25 08:56
2015/01/25 08:56
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Patrons checked out a total of 1,337,646 items last year – including books, audio books, DVDs and e-books – from New Hanover's four libraries, according to Margaret Miles, technical services...
2015/01/25 08:56
2015/01/25 08:56
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2015/01/25 05:44
2015/01/25 05:44
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HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “Saint Odd,” by Dean Koontz (Bantam) 2. “The Girl on the Train,” by Paula Hawkins (Riverhead) 3. “All the Light We Cannot See,” by Anthony Doerr (Scribner) 4. “Gray Mountain,”...
2015/01/24 14:12
2015/01/24 14:12
1d
The Guthrie Memorial Library – Hanover's Public Library invites you to join Judith Emmers at 2 p.m. on Feb. 2 to learn about the Road Scholar Program (formerly Elderhostel). Road Scholar is America's...
2015/01/22 16:03
2015/01/22 16:03
3d
America is a nation too often divided — by race, religion, income, party affiliation. And the divide may be no more obvious anywhere than in our judicial system. Many of us rarely or never see the...
2015/01/21 20:12
2015/01/21 20:12
4d
Jim Lewin, owner of The York Emporium, poses with some rare books and other items in this 2011 photo. Lewin says that visitors of The York Emporium are looking to dig into a little bit of everything...
2015/01/21 04:58
2015/01/21 04:58
5d
Sacramento Public Library patrons couldn't get enough of John Grisham and Fifty Shades of Grey last year. Grisham, the king of legal thrillers, wrote the most-circulated print book at the Sacramento...
2015/01/18 05:45
2015/01/18 05:45
7d
HARDCOVER FICTION 1. “All the Light We Cannot See,” by Anthony Doerr (Scribner) 2. “Gray Mountain,” by John Grisham (Doubleday) 3. “Insatiable Appetites,” by Stuart Woods (Putnam) 4. “The Third...
2015/01/15 19:30
2015/01/15 19:30
10d
BYE BYE, PAPERBACK: People prefer to download books directly to their Kindles today, contributing to the demise of the airport bookstore Have you tried buying a book at an airport recently? If you...
2015/01/14 19:30
2015/01/14 19:30
11d
From the last novel in Amitav Ghosh’s Ibis trilogy and Kiran Nagarkar’s Ravan and Eddie series to Salman Rushdie, Kazuo Ishiguro, Toni Morrison and Jo Nesbo’s latest offerings, 2015 will see the...
2015/01/12 18:43
2015/01/12 18:43
13d
By the time this column appears, Mark Zuckerberg will have finished reading “The End of Power” by Moisés Naím — that is, if the Facebook founder is achieving his New Year’s resolution to read a book...
2015/01/11 10:57
2015/01/11 10:57
14d
MARIN FICTION 1. "All the Light We Cannot See": by Anthony Doerr 2. "Olive Kitteridge": by Elizabeth Strout 3. "Art of Hearing Heartbeats": by Jan-Phillip Sendker 4. "Boston Girl": by Anita...
2015/01/07 16:09
2015/01/07 16:09
18d
Ansel Elgort and Shailene Woodley in The Fault In Our Stars. (20th Century Fox/James Bridges/AP) While it's hardly novel to suggest that Hollywood is out of ideas, 2014 hasn't done much to prove...
2015/01/04 06:57
2015/01/04 06:57
21d
MARIN FICTION 1. "All the Light We Cannot See": by Anthony Doerr 2. "Americanah": by Chimamanda Adichie 3. "Bone Clocks": by David Mitchell 4. "Storied Life of A. J. Fikry": by Gabrielle Zevin 5....
2015/01/04 03:45
2015/01/04 03:45
22d
There is a proposal to adopt the jury system (JS) in the Philippines. It bobs up from time to time. I am against it but I can settle for trial with assessors, a variant used in South Africa in the...
2015/01/04 01:46
2015/01/04 01:46
22d
Wednesday, January 7 at 2:30pm Meet in the Village Center Join Rob Goldstone for this classic of modern filmmaking. Based on the first novel by John Grisham, A TIME TO KILL is a skillfully...
2015/01/02 15:09
2015/01/02 15:09
23d
What's the most difficult book you've ever read? For me, at least within recent memory, there's no question—the book that was hardest for me to slog through, the book that I would have put down if I...
2015/01/01 20:08
2015/01/01 20:08
24d
Best-Selling Books Week Ended Dec. 28th. FICTION 1. "Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul" by Jeff Kinney (Amulet Books) 2. "Gray Mountain" by John Grisham (Doubleday) 3. "Hope to Die" by James...
2014/12/30 20:12
2014/12/30 20:12
26d
... charts for week ending December 29, 2014: Top Paid Books 1. Unbroken by Laura Hillenbrand - 9780679603757 - (Random House Publishing Group) 1. Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn - 9780307588388 -...
2014/12/30 06:08
2014/12/30 06:08
26d
... people find out that a movie is also a book, it gets them to come in [to the library],” said Jesse Butz, head of adult services at the Sycamore Public Library. “They want to see the differences...
2014/12/29 22:57
2014/12/29 22:57
27d
MARIN FICTION 1. "All the Light We Cannot See": by Anthony Doerr 2. "Orphan Train": by Christina Baker Kline 3. "Olive Kitteridge": Elizabeth Strout 4. "Redeployment": by Phil Klay 5. "The Rosie...
2015/01/25 08:56
2015/01/25 08:56
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