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Dreaming up cockatoo feasts and flying horse kites in IMAGINARIUM:
Emma Donoghue's latest is a kids' book about an unconventional blended family dealing with a grandparent's dementia:
In which I get to talk to @scalzi about his latest, THE COLLAPSING EMPIRE:
Critic @TheBookMaven calls ILL WILL "amazing, masterful."
THE DEVIL AND WEBSTER explores tolerance, inclusion and identity -- but lacks nuance, says critic @Annalisa_Quinn:
In FIRE!!, Peter Bagge's elastic lines capture the adventurous life of Zora Neale Hurston:
ICE GHOSTS in the Arctic: searching for the ships of the long-lost Franklin Expedition:
Reviewer @michaelschaub calls LUCKY YOU "a marvel of a book" with a perfect balance of humor and tragedy:
Let them eat bread: This stolen loaf helped inspire LES MISERABLES:
Our critic @Annalisa_Quinn calls THE IDIOT basically pointless, yet full of subtle, playful insight:
NEW YORK 2140 warns us that climate disaster is closer than we think, says critic @GLValentine:
Kwame Alexander's new OUT OF WONDER aims to inspire a new generation of poets:
Remembering Nobel Prize-winning playwright and poet Derek Walcott, who has died at the age of 87:
SWIMMER AMONG THE STARS probes the relationship between language and technology with empathy and craftsmanship:
Our pal @nprmonkeysee wrote this lovely remembrance of legendary WaPo copy editor Bill Walsh:
Ahhh, we've made it to #FridayReads. I haven't quite decided yet, but I KNOW I've gotta start working on my TBR pile:
Rediscovering Freda DeKnight, a hidden figure in African-American food:
Peter S. Beagle, bard of the unicorn, returns to that enclosed garden with IN CALABRIA:
THE DARK FLOOD RISES is "a beautiful rumination on what it means to grow old," says critic @michaelschaub:
INSOMNIAC CITY is a valentine to Oliver Sacks, New York City and life itself:
Romance novels aren't just for Valentine's Day ... but we'll take any excuse to read them! Here are three picks:
Our latest installment of #ReadingTheGame looks at the gorgeous survival story of THE FLAME IN THE FLOOD:
What should you NOT say to a very sick friend? THERE IS NO GOOD CARD FOR THIS suggests some possibilities:
In which I get to talk to @neilhimself about NORSE MYTHOLOGY!
Critic @hellermcalpin says Ali Smith stakes a claim to Salinger territory with AUTUMN:
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