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Three amazing sports books showcase triumphs and progress

After the Tokyo Olympics, many readers may be missing the steady stream of human interest stories. These three new sports history books can fill the gap. They remind fans of how much social progress the athletic world has witnessed and keep a love for sports burning with Olympic torch-like brightness. Sprinting Through No Man’s Land […]

The Best Books to Read This Fall

Back-to-school season is nigh, and with it comes all manner of exciting book releases. This fall, sink your teeth into new memoirs by playwright Sarah Ruhl, model Emily Ratajkowski, and I May Destroy You’s Michaela Coel; get cracking on the latest novels from Colm Tóibín, Colson Whitehead, and Dave Eggers; or discover something else entirely—you’ll […]

The Books, et al blog comes to a close

On 24 August 2021, the Books, et al blog will end as we migrate to a new publishing platform. All of the pieces published on the blog will continue to be available on the main Science website, with new reviews publishing each week. After the migration, the journal’s book and media reviews will be accessible […]

How Cuomo’s Book Became a Cautionary Tale

In the months following its October release, Mr. Cuomo’s book, “American Crisis: Leadership Lessons From the Covid-19 Pandemic,” became a source of financial and ethical headaches for Crown. Sales were surprisingly weak for a title that Crown had invested in heavily, with fewer than 50,000 hardcover copies sold, according to NPD BookScan. Promoting the book […]

The 15 Best Travel Books for Inspiring Your Next Big Trip

From fiction to memoirs to guidebooks, these escapist reads will have you booking a plane ticket in no time.

Free Comic Book Day hits Oak Park

Free Comic Book Day is back on at One Stop Comics, 111 S. Ridgeland Ave., where the shop is offering a veritable feast for comic book fanatics, novices and everyone in between. Those who stop by One Stop Comics between 10 a.m. and 7 p.m., Aug. 15, will have the opportunity to peruse numerous comic […]

Kelvyn Park High School Throws Out Hundreds Of Classic Books; Neighbors Are Outraged

KELVYN PARK — Hundreds of classic books at Kelvyn Park High School were tossed out last week, sparking outrage among neighbors. Photos of the high school’s book-filled dumpster started circulating widely online over the weekend, with angry commenters saying the books shouldn’t have been thrown out or, at the very least, should’ve been donated to […]

National Book Lovers Day: Here are the best books to read before summer ends

There’s nothing like a good book on a sunny day. If you’re in need of a good beach read (or several – we don’t judge!), here are some of the best romantic novels, whimsical fantasies, thrilling suspense stories and more genres available at Barnes and Noble for National Book Lovers Day. Best romance novels It […]

Retired Brecksville-Broadview Heights teacher and former pupil write, illustrate children’s books

BRECKSVILLE, Ohio — A retired Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School teacher has published his first children’s book, with help from one of his former pupils. David Lubinger, who taught sociology, law and honors American history, recently published “Jill Gets a Brother,” a story about a young girl who adopts a dog. It’s based on his experience […]

John Lewis’s Sequel to His Award-Winning Graphic Memoir, ‘March’

That free-form word cited above with all the W’s is the sound of a police siren as baton-wielding troopers race to the church protest in Americus, Ga., to cuff Lewis for the umpteenth time. We read the same word again when the police pull over a young Black man in Watts. And then a FFWACK […]