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New Book Encourages Children to Work Together Despite Their Differences to Make a Better World

“We wrote Cinnamon in 2020, during the pandemic,” said Caudle. “It was our medicine to channel this cheeky little hedgehog that just wanted to sing, and dance, and play in a world with rigid rules!” NEW YORK (PRWEB) September 26, 2022 Inspired by the civil rights movement during the 2020 quarantine, longtime friends and …

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Three Book Artists Selected for Jerome Mentorship Program

Minneapolis, MN — The Minnesota Center for Book Arts is pleased to announce our newly-selected MCBA/Jerome Foundation Book Arts Mentorship Recipients: D’Angelo Christian, Minneapolis-based photographer; Michael Khuth, St. Paul-based independent curator and lens-based collage artist; and Leah Klister, Minneapolis-based artist and art educator. Three jurors representing different specialties in the book arts selected the incoming …

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Peter Vagt’s book features Morton Arboretum’s greatness

Twenty years, 84 pictures. That’s how long it took photographer Peter Vagt to get all the images that showcase the majesty of the landscape that is the Morton Arboretum — now 100 years old. To celebrate the arboretum’s centennial, the former Chicago-area resident who is now living in Nashville produced the book “Light Through the …

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A Pocketful of Happiness by Richard E Grant review – Tigger and his one true love | Autobiography and memoir

When Richard E Grant’s wife, Joan Washington, was diagnosed with terminal lung cancer just before Christmas 2020, she didn’t really want anyone to know. “It won’t cure me!” she said. But Grant and their daughter, Oilly (Olivia), had different ideas. They felt they needed the support of their huge circle of friends: anything else would …

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Author Joshua Altobelli’s new book “Zheph Skyre” follows an outcast inventor who is trapped in an isolated city walled up from the rest of the world

RUTLAND, Mass. (PRWEB) September 26, 2022 Joshua Altobelli has completed his new book “Zheph Skyre”: a gripping and potent novel about an eccentric inventor who lives in a city isolated from the rest of the world. Many believe Zeph is a criminal. Few understand who he truly is, and one particular individual wants to …

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Superman Comic Books Available This Week (September 27, 2022) – Superman Homepage

DC has released the list of comic books and other items on sale this week. Here are the Superman related items in that list. On sale date: September 27, 2022 (unless otherwise stated). The following products are expected to ship to comic book specialty stores this week, with all comics also available for digital download. …

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10 Lore Changes In Rings Of Power Only Book Readers Noticed

JRR Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings barely scratches the surface of his fictional mythology. Self-interested tyrants have been scarring Middle-earth for thousands of years, long before even the Elves came into the picture. The First Age sees the rise and fall of Morgoth, an overpowered Dark Lord who leaves the world in ruins. RELATED: 5 …

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