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Embracing sisterhood, celebrating a novel
My auntie, a doctoral student of African-American Literature at Howard University, invited me to spend the summer with her in a suburb of Washington, D.C. It was just one summer, but I felt as though...
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The Color Purple
Being in the crosshairs of censorship
It can all start with "The Lorax." For years, the Dr. Seuss children's book has landed on lists of banned books, or it has been challenged as too offensive for public viewing. "Because it...
Read more at Key West Citizen
James and the Giant Peach
National Library Week 2014: Lives Change @ Your L...
... Barbie E. Keiser Posted On April 15, 2014 The United States has celebrated National Library Week during the second week of April (aka School Library Month) since 1958. This year, it’s being...
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James Patterson, winner of 2014 Chicago Tribune Y...
When James Patterson's son, Jack, was 8 years old, he and the prolific author of more than 100 books struck a deal: Jack could forgo chores for the summer if every day he used that time — about 45...
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Banned books forum includes Blume
, who calls Key West home, will take part in a roundtable discussion of banned books Tuesday at an event hosted by the American Civil Liberties Union's Florida...
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Sally Draper and Arya Stark rule TV's teenage was...
Just three episodes into “Mad Men’s” first season, Don Draper surprised his daughter with a dog. Four years later, Eddard Stark let his kids adopt a litter of stray direwolves during the very first...
Read more at The San Angelo Standard-Times
Teen fashion maven rockets to new heights
In her Beatlemania schoolgirl outfit — gray miniskirt, knee-highs and electric-blue suede shoes — Tavi Gevinson looks like any other fashion-obsessed teen as she wanders the crowded aisles of Los...
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Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune
Hay Festival 2014: An exclusive preview
Ahead of half term and the official start of Hay Fever, the festival opens its doors to schools with an array of events to amuse and inform. Henry Winkler, aka “The Fonz”, now a prolific children’s...
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'Divergent': The next chapter in young adult fict...
Young adult fiction has been around for decades, dating back beyond authors such as
and R.L. Stine. But a recent surge of strong young adult protagonists has changed the landscape of...
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