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COME HOME, ANGUS offers a refreshing take on parenting in children’s literature. Read more about it on Julie Danielson! http://ow.ly/kRfz301BAeM
7 Imp. blogger Julie Danielson reviews Patrick Downes' debut picture book, 'Come Home, Angus'.
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Get caught In the Darkroom. Learn the importance of Being A Best. Have an Invincible Summer. Get in between the pages of these 11 Excellent Summer Reads for Your Book Club! http://ow.ly/mGvQ301uXbF
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“We have a tendency to look upon our ancestors as though they were less smart or less moral than us,” Yaa Gyasi says in our interview with her about her debut novel, 'Homegoing,' which covers three centuries and a host of characters between Ghana and the United States. “ http://ow.ly/KPws3011cSN I think history makes clear that it's actually quite difficult to make your own decisions when the big socio-economic political system is all driven by whatever it is at the time.”
Kirkus Reviews talks to Yaa Gyasi about her debut novel, Homegoing.
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To celebrate International Crime Fiction Month, @RapSheetMag spotlights 20 suspenseful novels that are sure to satisfy readers this summer.
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Diane Arbus is "better discussed in the company of writers like Kakfa” than as a photographer of "freaks," her biographer Arthur Lubow tells us. http://ow.ly/kLt8300YytW
Kirkus Reviews talks to Arthur Lubow about his biography of Diane Arbus.
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In 'Fish,' the debut picture book by 'New Yorker' cartoonist Liam Frances Walsh, a boy & his dog aren't good at catching fish but we like what they do catch. http://ow.ly/R4j0300Th2R
Kirkus Reviews talks to Liam Francis Walsh about his debut picture book, Fish.
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Take it easy with this roundup of breezy summer reads from Bobbi Dumas ! http://ow.ly/sJJq301z21D
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In Lindsay Ribar's new teen novel, 'Rocks Fall, Everyone Dies,' a teenage boy learns that the power to steal people’s innermost feelings is both a blessing and a curse. We ask Ribar about writing about "a family with weird magic." http://ow.ly
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To celebrate International Crime Fiction Month, The Rap Sheet spotlights 20 sizzling crime novels out this summer. http://ow.ly/JdTY30117gD
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Check out our list of the best summer reads! http://ow.ly/H2ee3010K9D
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We love reading books but can they really make a person happier? Or just richer? Gregory McNamee has some insight in his latest column about books & writers making the news. http://ow.ly/NTGE300Tjxt
Kirkus Reviews' contributing editor Gregory McNamee highlights the books making recent news.
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Looking to kick-start this summer with some new mind-bending reads? @sfsignal's got you covered. http://ow.ly/An2q300NXf1
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Kirkus reviews more than 7,000 books published by traditional houses and more than 3,000 self-published books every year. The magazine is published on the 1st and 15th of every month, and because of the scope of our coverage, our authoritative voice and the timeliness of our reviews, Kirkus Reviews is revered by many as the first indicator of a book’s potential.