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HarperCollins Includes Curriculum Video Streaming with Participant Guides
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The most interesting aspect of a move by HarperCollins Christian Publishing to bring what was called “Groupware” (a term they didn’t ...

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20 Best Independent Bookshops in the UK
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The UK celebrates a beautiful diversity of bookshops. Whatever comes to mind when you picture an independent bookshop — whether that be a cozy cottage full ...

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Endurance
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The color and brilliance of the planet, sprawling out in every direction, are startling. I’ve seen the Earth from spacecraft windows countless times ...

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Closed During The Pandemic, English Bookstores And Libraries Reopen
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One book store owner told the Guardian newspaper, "We've had people trying to smell the books through their masks, and perfectly respectable middle-aged ...

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Charles I's travelling library
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Like a 17th century version of a Kindle. Two red leather cases, designed in the 1970s by Sangorski and Sutcliffe to look like two large books, open up to ...

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The End of the World Is a Cul de Sac by Louise Kennedy review – a dazzling debut
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The Irish author explores themes of marriage, children, mortality and memory in vivid, heartbreaking talesIn recent times, the critical focus in new Irish ...

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The Boy in the Cupboard – Written by Harshala Gupte and Illustrated by Priya Dali
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Title: The Boy in the Cupboard Written by Harshala Gupte Illustrated by Priya Dali Publishers: Gaysi Media + Lettori Press ISBN: 9781638212737 Genre: ...

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Out of Touch
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It wasn't an accident. Policing in our country is inherently & intentionally racist. Daunte Wright was met with aggression & violence. I am done ...

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New Additions at BooksPlease
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I’ve been lucky with some of the 99p e-books on offer on Amazon recently and bought three books, well five actually as one is a trilogy. First ...