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  • CHANCES OF A LIFETIME
    Only occasionally does Christopher let his guard down so that we might get a glimpse of who he really is-as when he expresses, with great humor, his discomfort at being publicly bear-hugged by the ever exuberant Clinton.
    12/18/2000
  • In Brief: October 28, 2021
    ., for Poe & Lars (Little Bee), about a creative girl in the Arctic whose home is accidentally destroyed by a polar bear.
    10/28/2021
  • Kenyan Kinship
    The Postal Corporation in Kenya recently printed one million stamps bearing their image to commemorate the second anniversary of their friendship.
    02/05/2007
  • PW Online and On Air: Week of June 26, 2017
    From the NewslettersTip SheetGrant Ginder, author of The People We Hate at the Wedding, picks 10 book characters we love to hate.Children’s BookshelfA new John Green novel, Turtles All the Way Down, is coming on October 10, with a 1.5 million–copy first print run.BookLife ReportIndie authors exp
    06/26/2017
  • Hot Off the Presses: Week of December 21, 2015
    is back, and little has changed: Bear just wants a quiet morning, and Duck, who has enough enthusiasm for an entire flock, insists that they spend “quality time” together. 
    12/17/2015
  • This Week in Children's Apps: February 16, 2012
    Costumes include bumble bee, fuzzy bunny, spring flower, hunny bear, and baby bird.
    02/16/2012
  • Sacred Space
    For Ball (Critical Mass), a consultant for Nature magazine, the Chartres cathedral is the apotheosis of the Gothic style, and in his hands it becomes a kind of time capsule bearing the message of the High Middle Ages, when reason was emerging into a world previously governed by faith
    05/26/2008
  • First Chapter of Harper Lee's 'Go Set a Watchman' Published
    But in a review for The Telegraph, bearing the headline 'Would it have been kinder not to publish Harper Lee's Go Set a Watchman?'
    07/10/2015
  • Educational Publishers Sue Textbook Reseller
    -based textbook reseller for allegedly importing and selling "pirated" foreign editions of popular textbooks.The suit, filed in Massachusetts federal court by Cengage Learning, McGraw-Hill, and Pearson Education, accuses a trio of textbook "arbitragers" individually and collectively (under the name Info
    08/13/2015
  • Indie Scouting Report: June 2018
    In this month’s roundup of the best-reviewed BookLife titles, we highlight a romance about starting over, a family saga about childhood trauma, and a visual homage to Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice.All This Time by Melissa TaggSynopsis: Tagg crafts a beautiful romance—about a convicted felon looking
    06/25/2018
  • Milkweed Publisher Ventures Into the Wild to Acquire Book
    A documentary film about their year, Bear Witness, will premiere on October 15 at the Fresh Coast Film Festival in Marquette, Mich.Slager, who followed the Freemans’ adventure from the beginning, was intrigued by their undertaking and envisioned them writing a book about their experience.
    10/04/2016
  • 1492? 1421? Whatever...
    A retired submarine commander, Menzies had been doing research into the Chinese explorations for 14 years, and claimed to have found significant evidence bearing out his theory.
    02/10/2003
  • Judge Declares Mistrial in Gordon Lee Case
    Nobody, especially a small retailer, can bear this kind of expense on their own.”
    11/07/2007
  • EXES FOR EYES
    By 1988, McNally was not only there, but, as in "Post-Avant," aware: "erasure taught causes me mean syntax jumble tunes/ though of wending my way I was before contact// the lapse in language to pastiche ours further/ the bear of another mode fixing the sky."
    12/18/2000
  • WHERE DO BALLOONS GO?: An Uplifting Mystery
    Bursting with color and balloons of all shapes, sizes and functions (many balloons making encore appearances bear clever messages or advertisements), Cornell's busy art provides ample diversion for young readers.
    11/08/2000

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