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  • Zadie and the Stripey Sock
    Sibling interactions ring true in this picture book, and Nye writes gentle humor into the blocks of text: “ ‘We’ll take only the most important things,’ Zadie told Archibald the Bear.
    08/30/2021
  • The Business of Tomorrow: The Visionary Life of Harry Guggenheim: From Aviation and Rocketry to the Creation of an Art Dynasty
    But, Smillie shows, it was conquering the world of art that proved to be Guggenheim’s biggest challenge—even the design of the modern art museum that would bear his family name proved a tough sell until he convinced master builder Robert Moses, an avowed hater of modern art, to get the
    08/30/2021
  • The Memoirs of Stockholm Sven
    Miller’s captivating debut bears out its eponymous narrator’s observation that “a life is substantially more curious, and mundane, than the reports would have it.”
    08/23/2021
  • Cascade: Stories
    A circus performer and a firefighter in “Medium Tough” and “Firebug” have their respective crosses to bear, and Davidson portrays each vividly.
    08/23/2021
  • Mama Bear: One Black Mother's Fight for Her Child's Life and Her Own
    In this affecting debut, Smith, an advocate for families with premature infants and wife of NBA all-star J.R.
    08/23/2021
  • Career and Family: Women's Century-Long Journey Toward Equity
    Disputing the idea that women need to “lean in” to advance their careers, Goldin draws on employment surveys, census records, and other large data sets to show that because women are expected to bear the brunt of child-rearing duties, they don’t have time for the extensive travel, client
    08/23/2021
  • The Longest Letsgoboy
    Moody mixed-media spreads by Chien (The Bear and the Moon) capture the lines sagging under the dog’s eyes and the white that grizzles its snout.
    08/23/2021
  • Book Deals: Week of August 23, 2021
    It follows her over decades as she “bears witness to the dramatic events that reshape the nation during and after the Civil War and that lead to the horrific and little-known Springfield race riot of 1908.”
    08/23/2021
  • Turning the Page with a Show Biz Novel
    I chased him off my property with all the ferocity of a mother bear protecting her cub.
    08/23/2021
  • Dabo's World: The Life and Career of Coach Swinney
    Anderson (Chasing the Bear), a senior writer at Bleacher Report, provides another fascinating dive into the vicissitudes of college football through a close examination of the life of Dabo Swinney, who, as the Clemson Tigers’ head coach since 2009, led them to two national championships.
    08/23/2021
  • One Smart Sheep
    Authors’ agent: Rick Margolis, Rising Bear Literary.
    08/16/2021
  • The Year's Best Dark Fantasy & Horror: Volume Two
    Elizabeth Bear mixes the whimsical with the weird in “On Safari in R’lyeh and Carcosa with Gun and Camera,” while Brian Evenson’s “The Thickening” and Elizabeth Hand’s “The Owl Count” end with nightmarish thunderclaps of genuinely unsettling horror.
    08/16/2021
  • American Made: What Happens to People When Work Disappears
    She centers the narrative on three former employees of the Rexnord bearing plant in Indianapolis, Ind., which announced in 2016 that it would close its doors and move production to Mexico and Texas.
    08/16/2021
  • Kids’ Workbooks Level Up
    NPD’s numbers bear this out.
    08/16/2021
  • Bookselling Profile: Brazos Bookstore
    A wall of photos of A-list writers who appeared at the store over the past four decades bear testament to this legacy.Following a medical diagnosis in 2010 that indicated he would be unable to continue running the store, Killian sold Brazos to a group of local investors.
    08/16/2021

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