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Page-turners for the beach, the pool, the lake, the hammock, and/or that cozy sofa near the air-conditioning unit.
The Woody Guthrie Archive has recently acquired about 500 items once belonging to Oscar Brand, a key figure in American folk music.
Cross will appear at a Meet The Author event at Magic City Books on Sunday the 3rd, beginning at 2pm.
What to make of the Court's recent ruling in New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen?
"Outstanding.... Garcia's book uses rich storytelling and insightful reporting to uncover not only the long history of how autistic people have been mistreated but also how they continue to be ignored.... [This] is exactly the book we need to l
"There are few skills more vital than critical thinking and rethinking. This is the guide parents need to teach their kids to become thoughtful consumers of information." -- Adam Grant, author of "Think Again"
"[An] excellent study of efforts to save the reefs.... Solidly researched, sharply observed, and compassionately rendered.... [This is] science writing that is illuminating on several levels." -- Booklist (starred review)
"Arriving at the exact right moment, [this book] charts the course of the region by digging deeply into its history. Lim deftly weaves her way through the ages, arriving at our current time, all the while capturing Hong Kong's soul inside the b
A well-respected leader in both the health care and nonprofit realms, Dr. Brenner is the CEO of the Jewish Board of Family and Children's Services in New York City.
"[A] remarkable anthology.... As a whole, this collection showcases the vastness of Black thinking and writing, and nicely complements works by Martha S. Jones and Stephanie E. Jones-Rogers. Complete with a list of suggestions for further readi
Per unmuteok.org: "94% of Oklahoma elections are decided in the primary, not the general election. But Oklahoma has closed primaries. It's a bad system that shuts out 1 out of 5 voters who are Independent and limits the choices of Republicans a
Our guest, Professor Charles E. Ziegler of the University of Louisville, is a specialist on the domestic, foreign, and security policies of Russia and Eurasia.
"Stunning...deeply imagined...a novel about how people find hope in the midst of chaos and fear, and how books themselves might be the best things humans have ever done." -- The San Francisco Chronicle
"An engrossing and surprisingly hopeful look at the field of behavioral threat assessment and how it is being used to prevent mass shootings.... [This book offers] an optimistic take on one of America's most distressing problems." -- Publishers
"Wade Rouse's masterful memoir about coming out and coming to grips with his cantankerous, conservative father over a shared love of baseball is a pitch-perfect blend of storytelling, emotional discovery, and survival humor." -- Meredith May, a
The theme for this year's Tulsa Chautauqua festival is "Surviving the Sixties: Sex, Drugs, and Rock 'n' Roll."
"The book contains surveys and strategies to help people assess and even befriend their anxiety. It's a powerful reminder that many of the human body's adaptations can be used for good or ill -- and that people can flip their responses to what
"Gayle's rich and important book reminds us that American history is more surprising, terrible, and, yes, inspiring than we often care to know. The history he weaves is deeply relevant to today's movements for racial justice and Indigenous righ
A conversation about the state of museums today with Samuel Redman, author of "The Museum: A Short History of Crisis and Resilience."
Now appearing in paperback, this bestselling collection of personal essays won a National Book Critics Circle Award; it was also named a "Best Book of the Year" by NPR, The Washington Post, Kirkus Reviews, The Millions, and Ms Magazine.
"[The] longest, meatiest and most probing essays and articles presented here share the lasting power of Klay's acclaimed fiction.... [When] read together, [these pieces] amount to an interwoven, evolving, and revealing examination of Klay's cen
A guidebook that, per Kirkus Reviews, is "inherently intriguing, even for those lucky people not looking to lose weight."
"Finally, a book that honors the many subtle and important cues we send each other every day. Van Edwards shares a detailed road map for understanding others and leveraging these powerful signals." -- Ximena Vengoechea, author of "Listen Like Y
"The authors are tireless reporters, and the book's impact lies less in any headline revelations than in the accumulation of small details that can almost seem routine but that reveal the deeper condition of American democracy.... It's a docume
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