Book Sales

A brief history of summer reading

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: Summer …

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Apple’s massive bet on the iPhone 13

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: “Apple …

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Reviews | Bring back the Federal Writers Project

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 ordinary …

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Jackson Memorial Library to host annual book sale

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 a …

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The library is planning two book sales

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, the …

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Book Sale Fundraisers are a Thing Again

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 will …

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Demon Slayer Movie Takes Milestone in Home Video Sales

Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaibais tall Mugen train The film reached another sales milestone for its first home video release in Japan. Koyoharu Gotouge’s original manga franchise has exploded into a huge new area of ​​popularity over the past two years thanks to the success of its first anime season, …

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It’s not too late to discover Louise Meriwether

“My uncle and my father have always been politically involved,” she said. “And I was with them, so I got involved politically as well.” Louise Meriwether with her mother, Julia Jenkins. The family moved to New York from South Carolina during the Great Migration.Credit…Gillespie Fern In 1965, Meriwether obtained a …

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Around the Wiregrass | Local News

METRO CREATIVE GRAPHICS Fundraising Butts for Badges for the benefit of the sergeant. Jeremy Conner of the Dothan Police Department, who was injured in the line of duty, will stand alongside Harley Davidson from June 18-19 at Ross Clark Circle in Dothan. For more information, call Courtney Vieira at 334-718-1220. …

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Independent bookstores have survived the pandemic so far

America’s independent booksellers have so far avoided the catastrophe many feared would occur in the first year of the pandemic. Aaron Beckwith is one of the owners of Capitol Hill Books, a second-hand bookstore located in Washington, DC During the pandemic, Capitol Hill Books launched a program called “Grab Bag”. …

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Mississippi author’s novel to be adapted for cinema

OXFORD, Miss. – Oxford author Michael farris smith His fourth novel, “The Fighter”, will soon be brought to life as production of the film adaptation, renamed “Rumble Through the Dark”, kicks off in the Delta at the end of July. It was recently announced that the actor Aaron Eckhart, best …

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Here’s what Milwaukee stores have planned

If it’s like Record Store Day just happened, it sort of is. The annual vinyl celebration of 14 years, when exclusive releases are distributed to independent record stores across the country on the second or third Saturday in April, was initially canceled shortly after the start of the COVID crisis. …

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Save up to 50% on top-selling titles

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Chicken Soup for Soul Entertainment Screen Media

COS COB, Connecticut, June 7, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Chicken Soup for the Soul Entertainment Inc. (Nasdaq: CSSE), one of the largest ad-supported video-on-demand network (AVOD) operators in continuous, today announced that Screen Media has acquired full North American rights to writer and director Anthony Hayes’ upcoming thriller GOLD, in …

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Anastasia Higginbotham and I agreed to disagree

Read: How to talk to kids about racism and the police She argues that, from an early age possible, white children should learn to identify whiteness as the root of racial injustice so that they can reject the pervasive racism they would otherwise embody. I think his account of the …

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Joe Biden and the Tory Bust-Book

In the conservative book world, nothing is supposed to start a gold rush like a new Democratic president. Ever since Bill Clinton inspired a wave of right-wing bestsellers in the ’90s, publishing houses that cater to Republican readers have learned to make the most of a new villain in the …

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Save on Cuisinart, Levi’s and more

You can usually find great deals on all of your daily essentials on Amazon, and this Memorial Day proves no different. As hundreds of retailers cut prices on clothing, beauty products, and more, Amazon is welcoming summer with incredible discounts on everything outdoors, in addition to finding stylish, seasonal clothing. …

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Black Clover Manga takes a new sales milestone

Black clover ‘s manga has reached another impressive sales milestone! Yuki Tabata’s original manga series recently celebrated its sixth anniversary in Shueisha’s Weekly Shonen Jump magazine with the fact that it had finally passed over 12 million copies in print. That seems like a much lower number than expected given …

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Extravagant performances save Cruella

It’s a testament to Emma Stone’s skill that she can make you think you need something that you don’t have. It’s also a practical skill for people who work in sales, but at some level every performance is sales work. In “Cruella,” in theaters and streaming on Disney + with …

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Concert Hall Bookings Rise, Says Live Nation President

Concert hall bookings are rebounding as performers start planning in-person events later this year and next, according to Live Nation Entertainment. The company is optimistic that demand for ticket sales will follow as more concerts are announced. “What we are seeing so far is that the number of shows that …

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WWE announces ticket sale date for first post-COVID tour

WWE announced last week that after moving inside the WWE Performance Center and WWE ThunderDome since last March, wrestling promotion will finally return to its tour schedule with a 25-city tour slated for this. summer. This program begins with the July 16 episode of Friday night SmackDown at the Toyota …

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Pa. Amish Man auctions collection of envious baseball cards

Jake Smucker’s baseball card collection is worth tens of thousands of dollars, but the story behind his cards is priceless. LYKENS, PA – Trading cards for sports are experiencing a historic sales boom. Card collection auctions have exploded during the pandemic and the momentum is not slowing down. The demand …

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Famous IMS Broadcast Announcer Paul Page Shares New Book, “Hello, I’m Paul Page” It’s Race Day in Indianapolis “- WISH-TV | Indianapolis News | Indiana Weather

Live from the broadcast booth, Paul Page captured the excitement of 27 Indy 500 races, first as the “Voice of the Indy 500” for the radio broadcast, then as the chief announcer for the broadcast. ABC. From his first run as a stand reporter to his semi-retirement in 2016, generations …

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News from the Green Free Library | Community

The Green Free Library at 134 Main St., Wellsboro, will be closed Saturday May 29 through Monday May 31 for Memorial Day weekend. The library is open Tuesday to Thursday from noon to 6 p.m. and Friday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and closed on Monday. Everything …

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8 new books enter the list

NEW YORK, NY – MAY 25: People walk into the all new Amazon Books on May 25, 2017 in New York City. Amazon.com Inc.’s first New York bookstore occupies 4,000 square feet in The Shops at Columbus Circle in Manhattan and stores over 3,000 books. Amazon Books, like the Amazon …

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Book published posthumously inspired by the journey of cancer

Breadcrumb Links West Island Gazette Proceeds from the book sale will raise funds for the West Island Cancer Wellness Center in Kirkland. Author of the article: Carolyn Boll • Montreal Gazette special Debbie Magwood, Founder and Director of the West Island Cancer Wellness Center, holds a copy of the posthumously …

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