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NPR Books

Our pals at @NPRCodeSwitch pay a visit to a new museum exhibit on Octavia Butler, and I AM VERY JEALOUS: n.pr/2v3U90t
As part of #NPRcomics week, our own @ghweldon on 10 comics that changed the industry -- from Superman to Persepolis: n.pr/2tZKV8K
First, we asked lots of cartoonists what comics mean to them. @CSpeedMcNeil loves Alan Moore, no surprise there :) n.pr/2uIZBqq
Via @nprfreshair, HOW TO BE A MUSLIM author Haroon Moghul on being a spokesperson for his faith: n.pr/2sObSwo
Here's 4 reasons why your local indie bookshops are crushing it, and 3 reasons why you need to keep supporting them wamu.fm/2tLgeUQ
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WHAT SHE ATE explores how Eva Braun's champagne fantasies fueld a "make-believe morality:" n.pr/2uu0QJN
Playwright Edward Albee's unfinished works may never see the light of day: n.pr/2stG1No
After a fun start, MADE FOR LOVE stumbles, says our critic @Annalisa_Quinn: n.pr/2tMLliJ
From our education team and Teaching for Change -- summer reading for your woke kid! n.pr/2uOv2yu
Laura Shapiro's new WHAT SHE ATE explores the lives of six very different women through the intimate lens of food. n.pr/2sqqZry
WOOLLY "reanimates history and breathes new life into the narrative of nature," says critic @jason_m_heller n.pr/2sqxJpo
Feeling hot? Ashley Shelby's SOUTH POLE STATION is a cool, refreshing diversion: n.pr/2uKrHRc
Writer Elin Hilderbrand is proud to be the "Queen of Summer" n.pr/2tBPIwR
Meet the Indiana Jones of ancient ales, wines and extreme beverages: n.pr/2tsugdz
Tomorrow is Canada Day! @MorningEdition talked w/Mike Myers about the country that gave us hockey, pacemakers & Rush n.pr/2splOMF
Idyllic Cape Cod shows a dark side in Patrick Dacey's new THE OUTER CAPE: n.pr/2tu4UN0
Fiona Barton follows up her hit THE WIDOW with more fast-paced journalistic sleuthing in THE CHILD: n.pr/2tpcRTx
Karin Tidbeck presents a warped, chilling tale of post-truth reality in AMATKA: n.pr/2siJ1Ls
Okay I shoulda tweeted this yesterday but it's still lovely -- #HarryPotter turns 20! #hufflepuffpride, y'all: n.pr/2tgNVNa
Cartoonist Farel Dalrymple returns to the unique, visionary world of POP GUN WAR in CHAIN LETTER: n.pr/2sFjHRx
Via our pals at @NPRCodeSwitch, Victor LaValle on updating Frankenstein for the age of #BlackLivesMatter: n.pr/2sZdPp6
There are no actual jazz chickens in Eddie Izzard's new BELIEVE ME: A MEMOIR OF LOVE, DEATH AND JAZZ CHICKENS. n.pr/2rRBzvw
Our critic @michaelschaub calls THE SARAH BOOK "an unsparing primal scream." n.pr/2sTILas
What did Churchill and Orwell have in common? Both could say, "My side is wrong." n.pr/2sAXdUD
SUPERSIZING URBAN AMERICA tracks policies that made it easy for fast food franchises to spread in poor neighborhoods n.pr/2st6TzI
 
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