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  • By the time you read this, I will be on my way to Paris. While collecting information about The City of Light, I also began thinking about the range of books I’ve read that are set in Paris, from a children’s favorite, Madeline, to several classics, to a story about a bookshop on the Seine! 

  • On September 5th, Gramercy Books brings Jacqueline Woodson, National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature, back to the Columbus area where she was born in 1963. The author of more than thirty award-winning books for readers of all ages, Woodson’s work is relevant, personal, and thought–provoking whether she writes fiction, nonfiction, poetry or short stories.  

  • As summer draws to a close, I wanted to recommend several recently released paperback books, all different styles and subjects but each sharing a large readership. Select a few to take with you to the beach, or just enjoy them on a lazy Sunday curled up in your favorite recliner. 

  • As we continue to celebrate our nation's birth in July, here are half a dozen recently published books you might enjoy as you reflect on this moment in America. Each book offers a unique lens and message: from being introspective and nostalgic to alarming, thrilling, and even hopeful. Take your pick! 

  • We all have a favorite book, or two or three. The Great American Read asks what is America’s favorite book? And everyone gets a vote in this nationwide literary quest for the best loved novel. What would you choose? Is your favorite on this list of 100?

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