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“The question of whether the United States will live up to Abraham Lincoln’s ideal of ‘a government of the people, by the people and for the people’ is the defining fight of our time.”

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“Little Turtle swims away from the shore.
The sun is shining, and it’s time for an adventure.”

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The fathers and mothers who came home from World War II suffered from some reentry problems (see the 1946 film The Best Years of Our Lives) but for the most part these members of the Great

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“Little Snail wants to explore.
"He leaves his friends in the yard and glides away.”

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It’s a banner time for serious readers of contemporary American literature, for students of Southern literature, and for anyone who senses a relationship between a reading experience and the tragic

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“anyone with a passion for scarves might find it a lovely gift and charming reference.”

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“The world is all around—

filled with colors and shapes and sizes.

When it’s hard to make sense of this world . . .

Look . . .”

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The Art Book for Children is a simple, effective and colorful presentation of all the potential that art can be.”

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“The Shooter at Midnight offers a deep look into the criminal justice system, with all its warts, and reveals that the system is only as good as the people who ope

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“Conefrey tackles the man, the mission, and the myth of George Mallory, starting with his childhood and boyish love of adventure, leading to his untimely, and youthful, death . .

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“a thorough and candid assessment of a great actor’s life and enduring influence.”

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“As in many of the best series in the genre, Comey offers a strong and generous protagonist who’s justifiably optimistic about long-term friendship and loyalty.”

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