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  • Should You Feel Embarrassed for Reading Kids Books?

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  • Digital vs. Print: The Book Battle Rages On

    As the holiday shopping season swings into full force, it’s interesting to watch people buying books. Many a wish list has everything from the latest by Stephen King to an Amazon Gift Card (an actual card or via email) to a new e-reader device. Yet the battle for which is more popular is truly running neck…

  • A New Restaurant & Bookshop Opens in Raleigh

    Kalium Bookshop, a restaurant in downtown Raleigh offering craft beer and dim sum, plus a flower shop and bookstore, opened last Wednesday, the News & Observer reported, noting that the bookshop and floral shop inside will initially operate according to restaurant’s evening schedule, but “eventually will be open during the day to coincide with the brewery and restaurant’s…

  • New & Noteworthy Books

    JUNK, by Les Bohem, read by John Waters. (Audible.) Waters, a Hollywood veteran both in front of and behind the camera, narrates the Emmy-winning screenwriter’s epic story of an alien takeover of Planet Earth, set in present-day Los Angeles. TOO MUCH IS NOT ENOUGH, by Andrew Rannells, read by the author. (Penguin Random House Audio.) The star…

  • External Link: Buy 2 Books, Get the 3rd Free

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