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Roald Dahl's Matilda

Matilda, written by the well-known author Roald Dahl is a children’s novel. It was published in London by Jonathan Cape in the year 1988. All of us know that Roald Dahl is one of the very famous children writers and Matilda is one of the best books he has written. 432 more words


So we ended Ramadan nearly 3 weeks ago. As usual, it was a spiritually uplifting period and it’s always a bit sad to see it go because the body gets so in tune with the routine. 107 more words


Women’s National Book Association Awards the WNBA Second Century Prize to Little Free Library

In November of 1917, a group of women booksellers gathered at Sherwood’s Bookstore in New York City to form an organization of women active in all aspects of the book world. 406 more words

How books can open your mind

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How books can open your mind by Lisa Bu

Lisa Bu, who wanted to become Chinese Opera Singer, lacked support from adults.

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The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn is an American classic novel by the famous author Mark Twain. It is an old English novel, published first in the United Kingdom in December 1884 and then in the United States in February 1885. 493 more words


Special Book Reading with Trevor Getz

​Writers Project of Ghana, Blaxtarlines, and the Museum of Science and Technology, Accra, invite you to a reading and interaction session with Trevor Getz, professor of history and Chair of the Department of History, San Franscisco State University and director, Initiative for Public Humanities. 196 more words


Thoughts About Book Readings

If there’s one thing that I can appreciate just as much as a book signing for an author is when an author puts on a book reading. 471 more words

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