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From Books to eBooks, with New Online Catalog, Library Materials Just a Click away | Homes and Lifestyle

Posted on September 28, 2021 | 3:16 p.m. Aspen Discovery Online Catalog. (Courtesy photo) With the launch of a new online catalog, Goleta and Santa Ynez Valley Libraries are offering a new way to find great reading, starting September 28. Brought to you by Aspen Discovery, the catalog includes features that make it easy to […]

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PR Book Reviews: ‘Dream Girl’ Delivers ‘Misery’ Thrills | Opinion

EDITOR’S NOTE: Starting this year, PR book columnist Thomas Grant Bruso is introducing a five-star rating system to provide an “at-a-glance” look at each book. The dimensions are as follows: 1 star = a snoozer. 2 stars = lukewarm. 3 stars = nice. 4 stars = Excellent. 5 stars = A triumph. “Dream girl” ★ […]

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You can now access Skoobe ebooks on Tolino e-readers

Tolino has just introduced a new firmware update 14.2.0 for its current and previous e-readers. This adds support for the Skoobe subscription book service directly to the device, giving users the ability to browse and read their collection of digital content, without having to leave your Tolino eReader. The new option is now placed in […]

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Hotchner’s Latest Novel Returns to Real-Life Inspiration | Book reviews

“Kiss the wind” A novel by AE Hotchner Published by Anchor Books, 192 pages, $ 17 (paperback) By Dale Singer Special at Post-Dispatch AE Hotchner is best known for “Papa Hemingway”, his best-selling American author par excellence, as well as his memoir “King of the Hill”, on his beginnings in St. Louis and his partnership […]

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Liane Moriarty hits an ace with ‘Apples Never Fall’ | Book reviews

Who knew there were so many tennis metaphors for life? Australian novelist Liane Moriarty shares them all and probably creates a few in “Apples Never Fall”. Meet the Delaneys, who are sure to be a top set in the years to come: there’s Stan, stoic patriarch and former tennis coach, his wife Joy, his doubles […]

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the why and how of a successful sustainable investment

Excellent new books have been published with in-depth useful case studies: RI takes a look. While there are many books on sustainable finance, a few recent attempts are worth discussing as they explain very well how to navigate what has become an increasingly complex landscape of investment approaches in the face of environmental challenges. and […]

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IOS and iPadOS 15 review extras: eBooks, Shortcuts, Making Of, Obsidian plugins, Safari Extension Beta and AppStories Live

Today, Federico posted his iOS and iPadOS 15 review. The review has become the centerpiece of what is always a busy fall season at MacStories. It has also become a tradition that we release a wide variety of benefits exclusively for Club MacStories members alongside Federico’s review. Club-wide benefits Among the club-wide extras this year […]

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Richard Powers probes the secrets of the human psyche in ‘Bewilderment’ | Book reviews

“Perplexity” A novel by Richard Powers Published by Norton, 288 pages, $ 27.95 By Dale Singer Special at Post-Dispatch After winning the Pulitzer Prize for “The Overstory”, on how nature communicates deep within the Earth, Richard Powers’ latest novel focuses on two very different scientific frontiers: outer space and the psyche. human. As the title […]

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Falling Into Fiction: Novels for the Fireside Nights Ahead | Book reviews

The literary season of early fall usually offers a plethora of new novels aimed at warming up winter days and nights. This year is no different. To help you prepare for the season, Mountain timetable offers you the following titles, which are currently scheduled for publication between mid-August and the end of September. Designed for […]

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Tennessee Williams’ rarely seen story takes place in post-war Italy | Book reviews

“It’s a dimension of Williams that I think most readers don’t know a lot about,” says Andrew Gulli, editor-in-chief of Strand. “We think Tennessee Williams is the chronicler of faded greatness, anguish and weakness, but his travels and interactions show just how a versatile observer he was of how American foreign policy was viewed in […]

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E-book readers for PC when you want to read your e-books anytime

Books are just one of the many things that have gone digital in recent years. While many would say that nothing can beat holding and reading an actual book, it also can’t be denied that eBooks are handy and allow you to have more books without worrying about space on. the shelves. Not everyone owns […]

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Best educational books, toys, games, apps and more to help kids think critically

Scholars’ Choice Award Seals At Hoot Reading, we are touched and honored to have been chosen as the recipients of the Scholars’ Choice Smart Media Award! APTOS, Calif. (PRWEB) September 14, 2021 Academics ‘Choice today congratulates all of the recipients of the 2021 Summer Academics’ Choice Awards, a prestigious label of educational quality reserved only […]

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Review: A book worth following | Book reviews and short stories

J.KEMPER CAMPBELL “The Bear Doesn’t Know: The Life and Wonders of Bear Country” by Paul Schullery, University of Nebraska Press, 248 pages, $21.95 (paperback). “Lions, tigers, bears, wow!” became a memorable line from the critic’s earliest childhood. With a mother named Dorothy who hailed from Kansas, this callback to the “Wizard of Oz” symbolized the […]

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Indigenous writer Joy Harjo tells her most important stories | Book reviews

“Warrior Poet” A memoir by Joy Harjo Published by Norton, 226 pages, $ 25 By Marion Winik Star Tribune The first Indigenous writer to be the United States Poet Laureate, Joy Harjo is revered for speaking the truth to power with lyricism and compassion in her nine books of poetry and memoir, “Crazy Brave.” His […]

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Sartore to Release New Volume in Photo Ark Series | Book Reviews and News

Lincoln-based photographer Joel Sartore at a National Geographic Photo Ark portrait shoot. Lincoln National Geographic photographer and explorer Joel Sartore will release “Photo Ark Wonders: Celebrating Diversity in the Animal Kingdom” this fall on October 19. The Photo Ark series of books inspires people to care for and help protect animals, funds conservation projects on […]

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Amazon Today Is 80% Off Top Selling Kindle eBooks With Offers Starting At $ 3

Just today, as part of its today’s Gold Box deals, Amazon is offering a selection of best-selling Kindle eBooks up to 80% reduction the rates in force. A good time to fill your fall reading list, you’ll find a plethora of hit titles by Elin Hilderbrand, David Baldacci, and more, ranging from literature and fiction […]

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Book Reviews: Something New Under The Sun and The Black Locomotive

She takes a familiar trope – the novelist goes to Hollywood, has a bad time, leaves jaded, cynical, and considers a job in IT – and infuses it with a witty, naughty life. Patrick Hamlin is the writer who finds himself working as a production assistant (production assistant, but rather as a personal assistant) on […]

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Andalusia Public Library Now Offers E-Books – TheAndalusia Star-News

Since opening its doors in 1913, Andalusia’s public library has seen many improvements over the years, and one of them is e-books. According to the director of the APL Mona Simon, the library started offering e-books in March 2021 at the request of the citizens of the city of Andalusia. Andalusia Public Library Director Mona […]

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Review: Sherlock’s Sister Enola Holmes Returns After Blockbuster Film Adaptation | Book reviews

ENOLA HOLMES AND THE BLACK BAROUCHE. By Nancy Springer. Wednesday books. 272 pages. $ 18. ” I will go. You can come if you want, ”Enola Holmes, a fearless 15-year-old“ scientist from perditor ”, tells her famous older brother, private consultant detective Sherlock Holmes, in this seventh novel in the popular crime series. With the […]

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Book Reviews: “Afghanistan Papers” Findings New, But Motivations are an Old Story | Arts

Afghan papers HALF A CENTURY AGO, a war-weary nation was shocked to learn that its government had deliberately and continually lied to its citizens about its stated goals in a foreign civil war. Two years ago, this same citizen learned that history had repeated itself. The first event sowed deep mistrust of the leadership, prompting […]

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Kindle Unlimited eBook download limit doubled to 20 eBooks and magazines

Amazon, it seems, has doubled the maximum eBook quota that applies to Kindle Unlimited. Thus, of the 10 current books that Kindle Unlimited subscribers can download at the moment, 20 eBooks can now be downloaded. Oddly, Amazon has yet to come to town to brag about the move. Instead, the above was spotted by a […]

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Kindle for Apple iPhone will once again be able to sell you ebooks

Amazon Kindle, Barnes and Noble Nook, and Kobo will soon be able to offer payments for digital content directly on their own websites and process payments, without paying Apple 30% of each ebook sold. This also includes other reading apps that sell audiobooks, magazines, manga, and newspapers. This new system is expected to be implemented […]

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End of Summer Book Reviews: Spies, True Crime, Vietnam and COVID

BILL CASTANIER Daniel Silva’s new spy thriller ‘The Cellist’, starring Israel’s chief spy Gabriel Allon, will keep you up late into the night. Silva’s latest book is about as contemporary as it gets, set against the backdrop of COVID, “Q”, Russian election interference and the impact of dirty money laundering. In this book, Allon enlisted […]

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The best eBooks on NHL history

Hockey is a popular sport which is loved by many. There are countless books that have been written about hockey. Below is a list of the best NHL eBooks on the market. The 100 greatest players in NHL history (and more) This book was written by three of the best sports writers in the world; […]