Book Sales

Erma Bombeck Writers’ Workshop publishes book on sisters

[ad_1] As a bonus, the book will also feature Q&A with famous sisters, poems and songs about sisters, and anecdotes related to real and fictional sisters in books, television, and movies. To exploreTEDxDayton Announces List of Speakers and Topics “‘Sisters!’ achieves the workshop’s mission to encourage and support writers, ”said …

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American Association of University Women Book Sale Continues October 22-24 | Local News

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2022 Lexus LX600 debuts as premium Land Cruiser

[ad_1] Lexus may have a reputation built on luxurious, quiet executive sedans, but as the market shifted to SUVs, its flagship model concept evolved as well. Toyota’s luxury branch is releasing a brand new one for 2022, the Lexus LX600. This top of the line has all the supple leather …

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Glens Falls artist releases children’s book | Local

[ad_1] “The first instinct was, ‘Oh, shoot, I have to design this child’s room.’ I did this in comics years ago, putting my art on the walls of office buildings. I was like, ‘I’m going for this.’ I thought it would make a cool conversation piece when talking to kids …

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News from the community of the region | News, Sports, Jobs

[ad_1] Retired Jefferson County Teachers Receive Updates and Reports WINTERSVILLE – The Jefferson County Retired Teachers Association met on September 14 at the Wintersville United Methodist Church under President Dave Nicholson as president. Larry Coleman indicated that volunteer hours will be combined for 2020 and 2021. Barbara Pritts presented on …

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Sophie Buckley makes a quick impact with a 300,000 gns Night Of Thunder colt | Bloodstock News

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11% increase in book sales in Canada

[ad_1] October 4, 2021 @booksandpublishing In its annual look at the Canadian edition, Editors Weekly reports that print sales for the first six months of this year increased 11.2% from the same period in 2020, reaching C $ 463 million (A $ 504.3 million). “This year, through the end of …

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Carlos Ghosn says German automakers in the best position to take on Tesla

[ad_1] Auto executive-turned-international fugitive Carlos Ghosn has said he believes German automakers are best placed to challenge electric vehicle leader Tesla. Ghosn, speaking from Lebanon where the former Nissan chairman fled to escape Japanese authorities, specifically mentioned Mercedes-Benz and Volkswagen in an interview with CNBC’s Phil LeBeau on “The Exchange” …

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“We need to play a proactive role:” Chelmsford educator writes book on trans alliance

[ad_1] CHELMSFORD – As an educator, Christy Whittlesey found herself learning from students as they expressed their experiences and struggles when their experience of gender and identity did not fit prescribed roles. Whittlesey, the district’s fine and performing arts coordinator, channeled her experiences into her doctorate and two books. Whittlesey’s …

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Bob Woodward to head the Harrisburg Book Festival

[ad_1] International bestselling author and journalist Bob Woodward is headlining this year’s Harrisburg Book Festival. Woodward, along with famed journalist Robert Costa, will appear virtually via Zoom at the festival at 7 p.m. on October 14, organizers said. The ninth year of the Harrisburg Book Festival, hosted by the Midtown …

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Barnes & Noble reopens at Kings Mall

[ad_1] Barnes & Noble announces the opening of a new bookstore in Kings Mall on Wednesday, September 29, 2021. The new store brings Barnes & Noble back to Kingston after closing its old store on Ulster Crossing Plaza earlier in the year. The new store will officially open to the …

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Best books to read in fall 2021

[ad_1] Fall is here, which means squat season is upon us. And after a summer in which lockdown restrictions were lifted and social life was firmly back on the agenda, you might need some free time at home. The perfect accompaniment for an evening with a candle and some cozy …

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7 new books enter the list

[ad_1] Jessica Graham, owner of independent bookstore Primrose Hill Books, poses for a photo in west London on November 6, 2020. – Some 250 small independent bookstores have joined forces to compete with online giants such as Amazon in the second coronavirus lockdown in England. Unlike other countries like Belgium, …

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Rancho Bernardo High School Hall of Fame welcomes 13 to its ranks

[ad_1] Rancho Bernardo High School welcomed 13 new members to its Hall of Fame. The Hall, established in 2019 with five members, recognizes alumni for their post-graduation accomplishments, staff who have made significant contributions to campus, and community members who have made significant contributions. It was created by the RBHS …

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Average miles traveled per year: why is it important

[ad_1] Average annual mileage indicates the number of kilometers typically traveled by drivers during the year. You can casually use this number to determine if a vehicle is being used less or more than usual. But auto insurance companies use average annual mile data points as a factor that influences …

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Lena Waithe and Gillian Flynn to launch the book prints

[ad_1] When Gillian Flynn submitted her novel “Gone Girl” to her editor, Crown, she wasn’t sure what the executives would think of the story’s twists and turns and her crass, unreliable narrator. “We knew it was strange, complex and risky,” said Molly Stern, who was Crown editor at the time. …

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Prices remain high as crops move south – Produce Blue Book

[ad_1] After a one-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, the Organic Produce Summit drew a surprisingly large turnout in Monterey, California. A fitting end to a demanding summer season. Growing regions are pushing further south in search of warmer temperatures as summer wears off and fall begins to set …

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Booksellers tackle supply chain disruptions

[ad_1] Supply chain disruptions are impacting the production of books in the United States. A shortage of paper combined with an increased demand for lumber makes it difficult to print bestsellers. So far, book sales have increased by 18.7% in 2021 compared to 2020. Loading Something is loading. Publishers and …

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Wayne Family Adventures Webtoon Shares Toilet Mystery

[ad_1] Wayne Family Adventures‘Batman hears an important clue in this exceptional StarBite art.Screenshot: DC Comics / Webtoon Batmanis known to be a master planner, prepared for all eventualities. But sometimes someone manages to thwart the Black Knight– for example, someone who has the knowledge to find Batman’s secret refuge scattered …

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Maggie Cox receives Frisco’s Finest award

[ad_1] Maggie Cox, left, stands next to Mayor of Frisco Hunter Mortensen after receiving the Frisco’s Finest Award at the city council meeting on Tuesday, September 14. Cox was recognized for the extent of her volunteer work throughout the community.Jefferson Geiger / Summit Daily News Frisco City Council honored Maggie …

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Darlington Lions Club book sales help local charities

[ad_1] BOOKS sales at a downtown charity shop raised thousands of pounds for local charities. The Darlington Lions Club has revealed that this historic achievement came with increased sales thanks to loyal customers. The Blackwellgate store in Darlington has been in the town for 23 years and has now raised …

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How lawmakers are making money at the same time

[ad_1] A book deal brought in more than $ 380,000 for US Senator Tammy Duckworth last year before the recent publication of her memoir, according to federal documents. The Hoffman Estates Democrat was the only member of the congressional delegation representing the western, northwest or northern suburbs to benefit from …

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The Ames phenomenon leads to an author event

[ad_1] A 944-page book titled “The Eighth Life (For Brilka)” was a huge hit at Dog-Eared Books, an independent bookstore in downtown Ames. It sells at a rate of around 100: 1 compared to similar bookstores, and the success led to an in-store event at 11 a.m. on Sunday, which …

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Group of friends announce upcoming library book sale

[ad_1] The Friends of the Jackson County Public Library will have their bimonthly sale from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday in the Seymour Library meeting room, 303 W. Second St. Special sales reserved for Friends members take place from 4 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. on Friday and from 10:30 …

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Jill Murphy’s obituary | Children and adolescents

[ad_1] Children’s author and illustrator Jill Murphy, who died of cancer at the age of 72, has been loved from generation to generation for her picture books that capture the essence of childhood in a way that both realistic and magical. His career began at the age of 24 when …

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Chad Blair: Understanding Hawaii Through Your Data

[ad_1] It seems every two weeks staff scramble to find our most recent copy of the Pacific Business News “Book of Lists” here at the Civil Beat offices in Kaimuki. It’s an invaluable resource of insightful and insightful data about Hawaii – the richest zip codes (96821, for Aina Haina-Niu …

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Anderson’s Bookshops turns 40 in September

[ad_1] Anderson’s Bookshop has roots in Downers Grove for 41 years, and next month the independent business celebrates its current location at 5112 Main St. Anderson’s is a sixth generation family-owned bookstore that dates back to the founding in 1875 of WW Wickel Pharmacy (now Oswald’s Pharmacy), which sold books …

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A brief history of summer reading

[ad_1] When the days grow longer and the mercury begins to rise, the pounds appear. Pocket books smeared with sunscreen are stored in beach bags and backpacks, sprinkled on picnic tables and placed in the hollows of hammocks. Like their siblings the summer blockbuster and the summer song, they come: …

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JK Rowling Fires Back Bomb Threat Over His Transgender Views

[ad_1] The Harry Potter author has received a lot of criticism for voicing his views on transgender rights after mocking the headline “menstruating” last year. Today, the best-selling writer, 55, publicly responded to a death threat sent to her on Twitter this week. She told her 14 million subscribers, “To …

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Apple’s massive bet on the iPhone 13

[ad_1] Apple’s iPhone 12 family has sparked a second sales “super cycle” as consumers rush to buy an iPhone with 5G capability. And Apple is betting that this demand will continue for another year. Write for Bloomberg, Debby Wu and Marc Gurman note the increase in the iPhone 13 backlog: …

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Lawmakers approve money for marijuana ‘psychosis’ research

[ad_1] Photo of Chuck Grimmett | Flickr/CC BY-SA 2.0 On the last day of the legislative session, lawmakers approved a spending of $ 250,000 to research links between marijuana use and “psychosis,” an idea promoted by a controversial book that scientists have called “junk science.” The spending, which was attached …

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Reviews | Bring back the Federal Writers Project

[ad_1] But writers aren’t the only ones benefiting from a new FWP. The documentary work of the project will make an invaluable contribution to the understanding of the nation itself. Think of the vast treasure that will pile up in the Library of Congress, forming an indelible recording of how …

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Jackson Memorial Library to host annual book sale

[ad_1] Ed botkin TENANTS HARBOR – The annual Jackson Memorial Library book sale, located at 71 Main Street in Tenants Harbor, spans three different dates this year, organized around specific themes. On July 17, library staff will kick off the sale with adult fiction and children’s books, as well as …

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The library is planning two book sales

[ad_1] PARIS – The Paris Public Library is organizing its first used book sale of the year on Saturday July 31 from 8:30 am to noon. The sale will take place in the aisle between the Paris Public Library and the Paris City Hall. In the event of inclement weather, …

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Book Sale Fundraisers are a Thing Again

[ad_1] Among the many victims of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 were popular book sales held to earn money for churches, schools and libraries. Now, a Thursday, June 24 announcement from High Point shows these are coming back. The Friends of High Point Public Library have announced that the group …

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