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American author Benjamin Alire Saen wins the prestigious 2013 PEN/Faulkner award for "Everything Begins and Ends at the Kentucky Club"; NPR interviews Saen

Vibrant 'Club' Links Two Countries In Award-Winning Book

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Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe

Discovering Sexuality Through Teen Lit

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point of view and inference

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The Captain - e-Book version

Self Publishing, Book Printing and Publishing Online - Lulu

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An enlightening review of the sort of people buying ebooks for ereaders and mobile devices.

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Who reads ebooks?

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The One and Only Ivan

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A great library of Spanish children's books from Carmen Medina's blog.

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Puerto Rico de la A a la Z. Georgina Lázaro, ilustrado por Mrinali Álvarez

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Kiki Koki

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Adventures with Barefoot Critters: An ABC Book by Teagan White, via Behance

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BOOKS: Moya the Luck Child - Laura Anderson Illustration

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Flotsam, written and illustrated by David Wiesner

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Zaira and the Dolphins

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The Captain

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Girl Genius - by Phil & Kaja Foglio

Girl Genius Online Comics

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La Goth Rosario by ~Ashkevron

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The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern - love this cover!

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Ler Mais Ler Melhor Esta é a Tua História

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Enchanting descriptions and images abound in this delightfully illustrated activity book that answers questions such as Are all witches bad? How can you become friends with one? and Do they always travel on broomsticks? The activities promote creativity and use of imagination while the humorous text provides children with details on the mysterious world of witches.

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NEIL GAIMAN: Make good art

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An owl accompanies a dove on a long journey to her birthplace in Africa. They undertake part of the voyage on the back of a whale, who helps them when he sees that flying makes the old owl tired. Once they arrive at their destination, they find that sand has taken over the area—where a lush forest once stood, there’s now nothing but desert! They will need the cooperation of other animals, a human, the sun, the water and a favorable wind in order to sow the seeds of life once more.

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Horten's Miraculous Mechanisms: Magic, Mystery, & a Very Strange Adventure - Review

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25 Series to read if you loved The Hunger Games

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Catching Fire by Suzanne Collins - Book Review

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