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New York Times Private Lives series of personal essays

Private Lives

In 1939, The New York Times predicted that television would fail because people wouldn't have time to stop and stare at a screen.

In 1939, The New York Times predicted that television would fail because people wouldn't have time to stop and stare at a screen.

In this delightful companion novel to Off the Page, #1 New York Times bestselling authors Jodi Picoult and her daughter and cowriter, Samantha van Leer, present the YA novel that started it all! Filled with romance, adventure, and humor, the magic jumps off the page (literally) in a story you’ll never forget.  What happens when happily ever after…isn’t?  Delilah is a bit of a loner who prefers spending her time in the school library with her head in a book—one book in particular. Between the…

In this delightful companion novel to Off the Page, #1 New York Times bestselling authors Jodi Picoult and her daughter and cowriter, Samantha van Leer, present the YA novel that started it all! Filled with romance, adventure, and humor, the magic jumps off the page (literally) in a story you’ll never forget. What happens when happily ever after…isn’t? Delilah is a bit of a loner who prefers spending her time in the school library with her head in a book—one book in particular. Between the…

Crackling with humor and bursting with flavor, this James Beard Award nominated New York Times bestseller from the creators of the critically acclaimed Nom Nom Paleo website offers a fun, fresh approach to cooking with whole, unprocessed ingredients free of grains, legumes, and added sugar

Crackling with humor and bursting with flavor, this James Beard Award nominated New York Times bestseller from the creators of the critically acclaimed Nom Nom Paleo website offers a fun, fresh approach to cooking with whole, unprocessed ingredients free of grains, legumes, and added sugar

Marisol in 1964, with her sculpture ‘The Kennedy Family.” Credit Sam Falk/The New York Times.  Marisol Estate Is Given to the Albright-Knox Art Gallery - The New York Times

Marisol Estate Is Given to the Albright-Knox Art Gallery

Marisol in 1964, with her sculpture ‘The Kennedy Family.” Credit Sam Falk/The New York Times. Marisol Estate Is Given to the Albright-Knox Art Gallery - The New York Times

6 Bots That Deliver Science and Serendipity on Twitter - The New York Times -- Not all bots on Twitter are out to spam, hack or misinform you. These science-themed bots dole out humor, factual information and galactic perspective.

6 Bots That Deliver Science and Serendipity on Twitter

6 Bots That Deliver Science and Serendipity on Twitter - The New York Times -- Not all bots on Twitter are out to spam, hack or misinform you. These science-themed bots dole out humor, factual information and galactic perspective.

On Donald Trump’s First 100 Days - The New York Times   #Trumpocalypse #notmypresident

On Donald Trump’s First 100 Days

On Donald Trump’s First 100 Days - The New York Times #Trumpocalypse #notmypresident

Triangle by Mac Barnett. Illustrated by Jon Klassen - Multi-award-winning, New York Times best-selling duo Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen conspire again on a slyly funny tale about some very sneaky shapes. #PictureBook #Fiction #Humor #ShapesandSizes

Triangle by Mac Barnett. Illustrated by Jon Klassen - Multi-award-winning, New York Times best-selling duo Mac Barnett and Jon Klassen conspire again on a slyly funny tale about some very sneaky shapes. #PictureBook #Fiction #Humor #ShapesandSizes

Listen in as Pamela Richmond Satran joins me on HER to discuss how to get over the aging process and its attendant should-haves that our culture holds as the bar for being an adult.  Have a youth you’re content to leave behind before you start worrying about what maturity means, and learn through experience how to handle adult problems.  Pamela Redmond Satran is a New York Times bestselling author of both humor books and novels, including Younger, now a television show.

Listen in as Pamela Richmond Satran joins me on HER to discuss how to get over the aging process and its attendant should-haves that our culture holds as the bar for being an adult. Have a youth you’re content to leave behind before you start worrying about what maturity means, and learn through experience how to handle adult problems. Pamela Redmond Satran is a New York Times bestselling author of both humor books and novels, including Younger, now a television show.

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