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  • You Have to Read This Book!
    When Morris, a bowtie-wearing bear father, secures a copy of his favorite childhood book, Tom, the Angry Truck, he insists that his cub Benny love it as much as he does.
    01/18/2021
  • Christian Literary Agents Eye Diversity, Expansion
    “It’s exciting to bring all that knowledge to bear more directly on authors, to be an advocate for authors to find the right publishing house,” McFadden says.
    01/12/2021
  • The Big House and the Little House
    Lifting his friend’s house makes Big Bear a modest hero, but the drama doesn’t take over the story.
    01/11/2021
  • Thinking Out of Sight: Writings on the Arts of the Visible
    In “Marx is (Quite) Somebody,” he muses on a play about Marx and what it means to bear a name.
    01/11/2021
  • Killer Triggers
    His Colorado cowboy cop humor and compassionate voice help make the dark stories he tells easier to bear.
    01/11/2021
  • We Love Fishing!
    When Squirrel lets Bear’s big catch slide back into the water (“It’s so slippery!”)
    01/11/2021
  • New Kids' and YA Books: Week of January 11, 2021
    Sleeping Bear, $16.99; ISBN 978-1-5341-1097-7.
    01/07/2021
  • The Lost Apothecary (Original)
    Her research on the bear etched on the bottle turns up newspaper articles about the suicide of a woman known as the London “Apothecary Killer” in 1791, and leads her to the site of the woman’s shop.
    01/04/2021
  • Sadie Sprocket Builds a Rocket
    She assembles her crew—an animate stuffed rabbit, owl, and bear—and with their help and some junkyard scavenging, builds a blastoff-worthy rocket ship outside.
    01/04/2021
  • The Kingdoms
    When a postcard arrives for Joe bearing clues to his identity—mailed in 1805 but somehow depicting a recently built Scottish lighthouse—Joe resolves to find a way to reach that lighthouse and search for answers—but the mystery only grows more complicated from there, leading Joe down a rabbit hole that
    01/04/2021
  • The Silenced Women
    Mahler bears the weight of failure in having been unable to solve those crimes.
    12/21/2020
  • Love
    Instead of focusing on romantic love, though, Rislov employs the lens of familial and communal affection: “Love bears all hardships,” reads one mellow-colored spread, which shows two owlets at a funeral as forest animals gather around a portrait of an older owl.
    12/21/2020
  • American Melancholy: Poems
    In urgent and unsettling poems that question national mythology, Oates (Tenderness) brings her talent as a storyteller and powers of observation to bear on a variety of American characters and institutions.
    12/21/2020
  • Bear Outside
    At school, Bear raises a paw in response to a teacher’s question.
    12/21/2020
  • Rodney Scott's World of BBQ: Every Day Is a Good Day
    James Beard Award–winning pitmaster Scott brings his 30 years of cooking experience to bear in this excellent debut.
    12/21/2020

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