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Best audio picture books, chapter books and YA novels | Raleigh

I am an addicted audio book “reader.” Whether I’m listening to books for young children, teens, or adults, I look for the same qualities. I seek excellent narrators who add dimension to characters, strengthen evocative scenes, dramatize feelings and relationships, build tension and suspense, and invite listeners to join in the storytelling experience. Here are […]

10 of the Best Young Adult Books of February 2019 :: Books :: Lists :: young adult :: Paste

The best Young Adult books of February include action-packed reads, heartbreaking novels of lost love, epic fantasy tales…and maybe one swoony book (we did celebrate Valentine’s Day, after all). Three of the titles below also earned spots on our most anticipated YA novels of 2019 list, so you’re in for a treat! On the Come Up […]

Before Lincoln library books are checked in, they’re checked out for bed bugs

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Every Page of This Book Is a Slice of Cheese

Denzer’s books remind you that books are objects. Also, cheese is fun. Emily Buckler/University of Michigan Library What would a book look like if it were a work of art? The artists’ books collection at the University of Michigan offers almost a thousand answers: It could be a brown paper chrysalis than unfolds to reveal […]

‘The Border’ Is a Stunning and Timely Conclusion to Don Winslow’s Drug-War Trilogy

The second book, “The Cartel” (2015), remains the heart of this series, and not only because of its central chronological position. It cements the ambition and the “Godfather” caliber of this whole multigenerational undertaking, and finds the major figures at their most fully formed. Some of it takes place, as we now learn with hindsight, […]

The 2nd Weekend of Sturgeon Spearing Season is in the Books

Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Courtesy: Wisconsin DNR Copyright 2019 Nexstar Broadcasting, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed. Courtesy: Wisconsin DNR LAKE WINNEBAGO, Wis. (WFRV) – The 2nd weekend of the 2019 sturgeon spearing […]

The Week in Books

We take the weekend to highlight some of the recent books coverage in The Times: George W. Bush’s two terms as president are already turning up as the subject of historical fiction. Thomas Mallon, the author of many Washington novels, revisits the Bush years in “Landfall.” We reviewed two biographies of major American figures, one […]

For vacation week, skip the school books

It’s Presidents’ Day and school vacation week, and if you’re not dragging your young ones from car lot to car lot hoping to score a good deal, consider taking them somewhere else for fun. (Let’s be honest: Shopping for a car is not an enjoyable experience.) In Salem, the House of the Seven Gables, at […]

Families enjoy Books & Breakfast at Troy Boys & Girls Club

TROY, N.Y. — The Capital District Intersectional Feminists hosted a Books Breakfast event at the Troy Boys Girls Club, Saturday morning. The free event allowed families to enjoy breakfast, make art and to take home a book to read. “We started books and breakfast in Ferguson [Missouri] after Mike Brown was killed. We were deeply […]

In ‘The Threat,’ Andrew McCabe Issues the Latest Warning Call About Trump’s America

“The Threat” is a concise yet substantive account of how the F.B.I. works, at a moment when its procedures and impartiality are under attack. It’s an unambiguous indictment of Trump’s moral behavior. “Let me state the proposition openly,” McCabe writes. “The work of the F.B.I. is being undermined by the current president.” It’s a rapid-fire […]