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Margaret K. McElderry Books celebrates 50 years of “capturing young readers”

In 1944, when transatlantic travel meant a constant threat of torpedoes from German U-boats, librarian Margaret McElderry boarded a freighter bound for London to take a job at the Office of War Intelligence. To soothe the restless nerves of other passengers as their ship sailed through perilous waters, she told …

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Upcoming Global Industry Trends, Market Challenges, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast to 2028 – The Bollywood Post

the Film Forming Concrete Sealers Market The research report provides an in-depth analysis of the current trends, latest developments, scenario, market size, various drivers, restraints, and key players along with their profile details. The research report offers the main data for the years 2021 and 2027 and also provides the …

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Global Stretch Film for Food Packaging Market 2022 COVID-19 Impact Analysis and Key Companies like Mitsubishi Chemical, Glad, Saran, AEP Industries

One of MarketsandResearch.biz the most recent studies, entitled Stretch film for the global food packaging market from 2022 to 2028 gives a detailed analysis of the industry, including product descriptions, market segmentation based on numerous factors, and the current vendor landscape. It offers quantitative market analysis based on annual reports, …

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Book Donation: Local women collect books to give to girls for Women’s History Month | News

Local resident Helen Mountjoy is working to collect donations of books written by or about women to give to Girls Inc. girls for Women’s History Month. The project, Mountjoy said, is not only about empowering women and girls and teaching young Girls Inc. girls about other inspiring women, but also …

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Florida bill makes it easier to ban school books

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content provide insights into issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. Sarah Demauro of Coral Springs, parent and co-chair of Moms for Liberty, speaks out against Broward School’s mask mandate at a Broward County School …

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Barah’s omission of Pedro and Barah from the Bengaluru film festival and what it says about the state of film festivals in India

Last week, ahead of the Bengaluru International Film Festival (BIFFes) 2022, a hybrid edition, a controversy gripped the city’s moviegoers. Several Kannada films that have been critically acclaimed in the festival circuit were not selected. Absentees included Natesh Hegde’s Pedro, Abhilash Shetty’s Koli Taal, Ganesh Hegde’s Neeli Hakki and Gaurav …

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Casey McQuiston on LGBTQ Rom-Com Books and “I Kissed Shara Wheeler”

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Loading Something is loading. In the world of romance novels, diverse, engaging, and authentic LGBTQ stories serve as a refreshing change of pace in queer visibility. That’s the best way to describe Casey McQuiston’s status in …

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Karama Arab Film Festival kicks off with Palestinian film

Karama is a non-profit organization composed of Arab and non-Arab members. This Friday, the organization launches its 11th edition San Diego Arab Film Festival. Karama focuses on issues of the Arab and Islamic world with particular emphasis on Palestine. In 2012, he launched a film festival. “The film festival has …

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Knopf Announces Two New Cormac McCarthy Novels for Fall | Books

Two novels by Cormac McCarthy will be “the literary event of the year”, according to publisher Knopf. Slated for release this fall, the first is called “The Passenger” and will debut on October 25. The second, “Stella Maris”, is scheduled for November 22. A boxed set of both will go …

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9 of the Best Jewish Fantasy Books

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. I have to admit: when I think of science fiction and fantasy, I don’t often think of Jewish themes. At least I wasn’t used to it. Which is ironic, because the Hugo Awards …

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How two mothers developed an app for black women with postpartum depression

Tech Crunch Six months after giving birth to her daughter, Jade Kearney struggled with postpartum depression while completing her second master’s program at NYU. To make matters worse, there is an extreme scarcity of mental health professionals equipped with the tools necessary to help a black woman through this kind …

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A La Jolla Country Day alum’s novel made into a feature film

La Jolla Country Day School Class of 1983 alumnus Jandy Nelson’s young adult novel “The Sky Is Everywhere” has been adapted into a feature film, which premiered Feb. 11 on Apple TV. + and in some cinemas.Directed by Josephine Decker, the young adult drama about heartbreak, love and joy follows …

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‘Ulysses’ goes to war – Book and Film Globe

From a certain point of view, the history of the publication of James Joyce’s Ulysses is also the history of the repression and censorship of literature in our society. Originally banned in the United States due to its brutal sexuality and vulgarity, the novel, on the 100and anniversary of its …

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Global Drag-and-Drop App Builder Software Market 2021 Research Analysis – Salesforce, Bizness Apps, BuildFire, Mobirise – company ethos

the Global Drag and Drop Application Building Software Market 2021 to 2027 report by MarketQuest.biz is a suggested strategy formulation. The Drag and Drop App Builder Software market study covers market drivers, opportunities, limiting factors, and barriers. It provides quantitative market research based on annual reports, product literature, industry announcements, …

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▷ Film Adaptations » Best Adapted Movies

Cinema and books have gone hand in hand since the existence of the seventh art. Both allow viewers to enjoy scenes from another angle and perspective. There are magical film adaptations that have a relevant place in history and that’s why we want to remember which are the best films …

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Made-in-Japan manga goes global with Webtoon, Deadpool

Deadpool, meet All Might. Perhaps nothing shows how much the world of manga, the comic books and cartoons originating in Japan, has gone global better than the coming together of superheroes, Americans and Japanese. In “Deadpool: Samurai,” Marvel’s Deadpool is aided in his fight against evil by All Might, the …

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Wentzville School Board reverses decision on banned book | Books

WENTZVILLE — A banned book will once again be available to high school students here after the Wentzville School Board reversed its decision in the face of criticism and a class action lawsuit. The board voted 5-2 on Friday to reverse its earlier decision to ban Toni Morrison’s “The Bluest …

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Outdoor Education Hosts Annual Banff Film Festival World Tour at Hamilton Movie Theater – The Colgate Maroon-News

The main auditorium of the Hamilton Movie Theater was almost full on the evening of Wednesday February 16 for the annual Banff Center Mountain Film Festival, hosted by Colgate University’s Outdoor Education Program and featuring seven short films outdoor and environmental critically acclaimed. The film festival is a celebration of …

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Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center launches 2022 prize awarding $10,000 in competitions and scholarships to young poets of color

VENICE, Calif. /California Newswire/ – Beyond Baroque, one of the nation’s leading literary arts centers, announced that the Amanda Gorman Future Voices Poetry Prize is now actively accepting nominations. The award, created in honor of Beyond Baroque alumnus and U.S. presidential inaugural poet Amanda Gorman, will accept nominations through May …

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Sharon Cuneta will star in the film adaptation of “The Mango Bride”

MANILA — Sharon Cuneta is set to star in the film adaptation of the award-winning novel ‘The Mango Bride,’ the veteran actress confirmed on Monday. Publishing a report from American trade magazine Variety, Cuneta said she wanted to connect Filipino stories to a global audience. “I wanted to …

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Pune student becomes youngest student to enter Indian record books

Aashvik Garg from Pune, a first year student at EuroSchool Kharadi, has become the youngest student in the country to enter India’s Book of Records. Garg set a record by answering 160 questions, at an average time of 1.67 seconds per question, at the 1st TedX event organized by EuroSchool …

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Thirty years filling black children’s arms with books

A conversation with Vanesse Lloyd-Sgambati, CEO and Founder of The African American Children’s Book Project and book fair By Afea Tucker The 30th Annual African American Children’s Book Fair will take place live and in person on Saturday, February 26 at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. The book fair is organized …

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Iran’s pounds dwindle as US sanctions sting

For literature lovers in sanctions-stricken Iran, a new novel has long provided brief respite from a crushing economic crisis triggered by international pressure imposed on Tehran’s disputed nuclear program. But now getting lost in a good book is getting harder and harder as cash-strapped publishers struggle with soaring paper prices. …

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Rare Books, Precious Metals and New Bestsellers – Orange County Register

The Book Pages is a weekly newsletter that arrives in your inbox. Subscribe now. I’m not a rare book collector, but this past weekend I attended the Rare Books LA event in Pasadena, which featured wares from nearly 90 booksellers, printers, artists, and dealers. Looking at the wide range of …

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Kent School District Librarian Is Ready to Defend LGBTQ Books ‘Even More Now’

A Kent School District librarian is defending several books that have been challenged for their content. Gavin Downing has been an educator since 2006 and a trained and licensed librarian for about a decade. He worked as a librarian at Cedar Heights Middle School in Kent for nearly four years, …

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LIBRARY SHELF: One Hundred Years of Award-Winning Books | Local columnists

Have you heard of the latest award-winning books for children and teenagers? Each year at the end of January, the Association for Library Service to Children, a division of the American Library Association, honors several authors and illustrators with various awards. The build-up to the big event is creating a …

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Holographic Lamination Film Market 2022 Segmentation, Regional Trade, Company Profile Analysis and Product Developments 2028 – The Grundy Register

the Global Holographic Lamination Film Market from 2021 to 2027 paper published by MarketsandResearch.biz was intended to provide a strategy formulation recommendation. The Holographic Lamination Films research includes market drivers, opportunities, limiting factors, and difficulties. It presents a quantitative study of the market based on information gathered from a number …

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Emirati authors describe how books help children become resilient

On the sidelines of the recent launch of ELF Publishing, a new independent publishing house of the Emirates Literature Foundation (ELF), Maitha told Gulf News: “The books are really amazing. They give children hope and inspire them. They are immersed in an incredible world that helps them understand their environment. …

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Soldado is a film shot from the front that is not afraid of its excellent predecessor | Movie theater

Soldado is on Netflix. Taylor Sheridan had just completed her Borderlands trilogy and hired Stefano Sollima to continue the story of Sicario with his Soldier (available on Netflix for a few days). Denis Villeneuve’s 2015 film, then ideally accompanied by the success Against all odds and of The Secrets of …

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Two New Books by Latin Authors You’ll Want to Read Before Spring

Literature written by Latino authors continues to be underrepresented. So if your goal is to take advantage of the last cold days to stay home and read, here are two new books written by authors of Hispanic origin that will help you open your mind: High-Risk Homosexual: A Memoir, by …

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APAC, Europe, America (Region) Leading Drag & Drop App Builder Software Market Forecast 2021-2026

The economic intelligence report of Drag and Drop Application Building Software Market provides exhaustive insights into the growth drivers, opportunities, and challenges driving the industry dynamics over the analysis period. Also, it includes the history of the market increase and compares it to the current business scenario to provide credible …

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In-Depth Industry Analysis of Covid-19 Impact on SMD Plastic Film Capacitors Market 2026

The SMD Plastic Film Capacitor Market Research Report offers an in-depth assessment of key propellers, restraints, limitations, and opportunities influencing industry dynamics over the period 2021-2027, helping stakeholders determine the outlook lucrative. It also covers historical and current market framework to accurately assess future growth patterns. Additionally, the research literature …

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Books for North Carolina and Oklahoma

I was ready to put a science project there, but since Black History Month begins this week, I figured Mrs. Charleston’s class should get their materials on time. PROJECT 1 Project: Wanted: Classroom books and art supplies for Black History Month Resources: Help me give my students books for our …

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Asian Film Festivals in 2022 – The Reel Bits

The past two years have made us think about what the future of film festivals could be. After all, global festivals have evolved so much over the past few years that they might need to take a Dramamine for motion sickness. Yet cinema always finds a way. As we look …

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The Unity Books bestseller chart for the week ending January 28

The only best-selling independent books chart published and available in New Zealand is the Top 10 list recorded each week at Unity Books stores in High St, Auckland and Willis St, Wellington. AUCKLAND 1 In paradise by Hanya Yanagihara (Picador, $38) The ridiculously talented author of A Little Life has …

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Books against dystopias – The Chronicle

All cat names come with a good reason. Every once in a while four friends and I text each other in our iMessage group Dystopian plots. While no one dwells on that name these days, it stems from a long conversation over the past year (apology for spring break marked …

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Film Insert Molding Market Report 2021 Global Industry Size, Segment by Key Companies, Types and Applications and Forecast to 2026

The study collects effective qualitative and quantitative analysis on Film Insertion Molding Market Size with extensive research covering various geographical application analysis. The Film Insertion Molding industry engines examine the global outlook by research methodology, competitive landscape, growth opportunities are analyzed in this report. The variable factors that form the …

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Library digitizes thousands of pages of Chinese books

The National Central Library of Taiwan (NCL) said yesterday that it has completed the digitization of more than 30,000 pages of rare Chinese books in collaboration with the libraries of Oxford University and Stanford University. Cooperation with Stanford University Libraries focused on digitizing a selection of classic ancient Chinese books …

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Book review (fiction): ‘To Paradise’ by Hanya Yanagihara | Books

“In Paradise”, by Hanya Yanagihara. (Penguin Random House/TNS) Random penguin house By May-lee Chai Star Tribune “To Paradise,” Hanya Yanagihara’s ambitious follow-up to National Book Award finalist “A Little Life,” is an epic in size and scope. The novel is split into three books, each featuring characters with the same …

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7 Best Film Adaptations Of Stephen King’s Books

Larry French/Getty Images. Stephen King has been known as the “King of Horror” for many decades and his brilliant mind has led him to write 64 published novels. Although not all of his works fall into the horror genre, he is undoubtedly one of the greats of modern literature. As …

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Leonora Addio is Paolo Taviani’s new film

01/20/2022 – Luigi Pirandello’s daring adventure from the ashes and a crime story in 1930s Brooklyn are at the center of the film selected in Competition at the Berlinale Matteo Pittiruti, Dania Marino and Dora Becker in Leonora Addio Almost four years after the death of his brother Vittorio, with …

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COMING BOOKS

DECEMBER BROUGHT BOOK LOVERS’ LISTS OF THE YEAR’S BEST. Turn the calendar and January brings listings for 2022. Upcoming, most anticipated books to watch – the titles are different, but the message is the same: many new books are scheduled to be released in the coming months, and happy reading …

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A library that the Internet never tires of

On the first Tuesday of the year, author and political activist Don Winslow tweeted a photo of an avid reader’s dream library. Bathed in the buttery glow of three table lamps, nearly every surface in the room is covered in books. There are books on the tables, books stacked on …

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Oral Thin Film Drugs Market 2021 Business Analysis by CAGR, Share, Revenue and Top Key Players to 2026

The research report on Oral Thin Film Drugs Market sheds light on significant aspects that will shape the dynamics of the industry over the forecast period 2021-2026. It further explains the geographical landscape of the industry through country-level analysis of each key region. Apart from this, the paper concludes the …

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Oral Thin Film Drugs Market Research, Growth Opportunities, Analysis Report and Forecast 2021-2026 | Recovery from Covid-19

The Oral Thin Film Drugs market report comprises a competitive analysis focused on key players and participants of the Oral Thin Film Drugs industry covering in-depth data related to the competitive landscape, positioning, company profiles, key strategies adopted and targeted product profiling. on the growth and potential of the market. …

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Oral Thin Film Drugs Market Research, Growth Opportunities, Analysis and Forecast Report 2021-2026 | Recovery from Covid-19

The Oral Thin Film Drugs market report comprises a competitive analysis focused on key players and participants of the Oral Thin Film Drugs industry covering in-depth data related to the competitive landscape, positioning, company profiles, key strategies adopted and targeted product profiling. on the growth and potential of the market. …

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Things to do in Miami: Miami Jewish Film Festival live-action silent film January 17-19, 2022

A century ago, before the advent of sound in movies, movie theater owners hired a pianist to perform while the images were silently projected onto the screen. When the Miami Jewish Film Festival The organizers (MJFF) had the opportunity to screen three recently restored silent films, they decided to bring …

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9 books to read in 2022

January 10, 2022 January 10, 2022 One of the best rituals in early January is planning your reading list for the year. Will 2022 be the time when you finally open this copy of Odysseus? Maybe you plan to read three books a month – or maybe this will be …

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Qualitative analysis of the Application Authoring Software market revenue and industry analysis by 2026

A comprehensive assessment study conducted for the Global Application Creation Software Market report indicates future growth prospects, trends, drivers and restraints, challenges and opportunities. The market report presents a holistic approach in which it shares statistical, analytical, historical, and economic data. Thorough knowledge of the Application Creation Software market is …

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Cigs Thin Film Solar Panel Market

The research literature on Cigs Thin Film Solar Panel Market Informs companies and other participants on important factors such as key growth drivers, restraints and lucrative prospects that will shape the trajectory of the industry during the period 2021-2026. It involves expert recommendations to tackle hurdles and stay afloat during …

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Future Growth of Blown Film Extrusion Line Market by New Business Developments, Innovations and Top Companies – Forecast to 2026

The latest Blown Film Extrusion Lines Market report estimates the opportunities and current market scenario, providing information and updates on the corresponding segments involved in the Global Blown Film Extrusion Lines Market for the forecast period 2021-2026. The report provides a detailed assessment of the main market dynamics and comprehensive …

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Broadening its field of action: the Baton Rouge Jewish Film Festival returns with 6 films | Faith

This year’s list of offers for the Baton Rouge Jewish Film Festival is the most ambitious in festival history. Following a virtual event last year, the 16th annual festival returns to in-person screenings at the Manship Theater next week. The festival opens at 7 pm Wednesday with “A crime on …

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I fought ‘The Chase’ and ‘The Chase’ won

Last May, I went to Los Angeles to record an episode of the ABC game show The Chase. Now I can finally tell the story, since the network aired my episode last night and I approved the terms of my nondisclosure agreement. I went one-on-one with James Holzhauer, the greatest …

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Josh Hartnett in Christopher Nolan’s upcoming Oppenheimer movie

Christopher Nolan continues to stack the cast for his next film, Oppenheimer. According to Deadline, Josh Hartnett signed on for the film, joining an impressive leading cast that includes Emily Blunt, Matt Damon, Florence Pugh, Robert Downey Jr., Rami Malek, Benny Safdie and Cillian Murphy. It’s unclear who Hartnett will …

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What makes Vivek Agnihotri only feature National Film Award winners in his films?

Filmmaker Vivek Agnihotri returns time and time again to the creation of political thrillers. From “Tashkent Files” to “Kashmir Files” to “Delhi Files”, he has supported some of his films’ most untold stories. However, he always makes sure to choose National Film Award winning actors for all of his projects. …

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The Mary Sue Book Club January 2022 Books, graphic novels

Despite record sales, 2021 has been a difficult year for readers. Schools, municipalities and state houses have severely cracked down on books featuring marginalized voices, especially those of queer writers and people of color. In the past few months alone, the Romance Writers of America (RWA) have once again embarrassed …

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After prohibition, literature and cinema paved the way for modern cocktail culture

Drinks have featured in movies and literature for ages. In the movies, we watch a protagonist sip a glass of grief or celebration; in the literature we read about these experiences and understand their usefulness in telling the story. And while drink and pop culture pretty much go hand in …

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The 15 best non-fiction books of 2021

“Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law”, by Mary Roach. (Mary Roach / TNS) Photo: Mary Roach, HO / TNS Over the past few years, I’ve put together a list of this year’s best non-fiction, with special attention to books that taught me things I didn’t know. It has been an …

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13 best spell books for aspiring witches and established magick users

Forty years after satanic panic first gripped the United States, witchcraft is one of the fastest growing spiritual practices in the country. If you’re looking to get into witchcraft or just want to dig deeper into your budding practice, let this list of spell books guide you. Once dubbed “the …

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The best literature we read in 2021

Despite our society’s general lack of interest in reading, the decline in literacy and technological change, and the propensity for a censorship drive, the world of literature continues to thrive anyway. The books keep coming out, and they continue to be worth pursuing. It is impossible for a literary critic …

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All the best books entering the public domain in 2022

LONDON – DECEMBER 15: A rare Winnie-the-Pooh book showing an inscription by author AA Milne … [+] asking artist EH Shephard to decorate his grave is displayed during a press preview at Sotheby’s Auctioneers on December 15, 2008 in London. Sotheby’s is holding an auction of original works of art …

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6-Decade Study Finds Male Heroes Dominate Children’s Books

ATLANTA, Georgia – From Harry Potter to Peter Pan, there is no shortage of strong male literary heroes that children admire. So where are all the female protagonists? That’s the question researchers at Emory University ask themselves after analyzing six decades of children’s literature. According to their findings, male protagonists …

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Akintoye Unveils Mobile App, Pajawiri, to Track Kidnapped Victims, Criminals | The Guardian Nigeria News

Says Yoruba people will use intellectual power to fight for freedom and leave NigeriaThe head of the Yoruba Self-Determination Groups Coordinating Body, Ilana Omo Oodua, Professor Banji Akintoye has unveiled a mobile app designed to track kidnappers and their victims and also expose danger in Yorubaland. The mobile application and …

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Here are the most translated books from all countries

These are the most translated titles by indigenous authors in all countries of the world. Prepayment Winter travel plans can fall apart every minute, but that doesn’t mean you can’t taste a foreign culture at all this season, even without leaving home. A few hours of escaping into a captivating …

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Home Office wins Best Counterterrorism Film – ARAB TIMES

WhatsApp Facebook Twitter E-mail Messenger KUWAIT CITY, December 26: Defense, Interior and National Security: March 17: The Ministry of the Interior wins the 2020 award for best awareness-raising film on the fight against terrorism and extremism at the end of the 44th virtual conference Arab police and security chiefs.April 12: …

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2021 in the books: “Everything seems magnified” | Chicago News

American poet Amanda Gorman reads her commissioned poem “The Hill We Go Up” during the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the United States Capitol in Washington on January 20, 2021. (AP Photo / Patrick Semansky, Pool, File) NEW YORK (AP) – Books and authors counted in 2021, sometimes more than the …

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Reading Room: Daring Dating App in ‘Shot in the Dark’ Mystery | Opinion

EDITOR’S NOTE: Starting this year, PR book reviewer Thomas Grant Bruso is introducing a five-star rating system to provide an “at-a-glance” overview of each book. The odds are as follows: 1 star = a snoozer. 2 stars = lukewarm. 3 stars = friendly. 4 stars = Excellent. 5 stars = …

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“For Brown Girls” + More of the best books of 2021 by Latinas

It has been such a good year for Latinx literature! So many amazingly talented Latinx authors have released new books this year that we honestly couldn’t even keep up with. There are even more exciting Latinx books coming out in 2022, but until they drop, we’re going to take some …

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The CBC Books Holiday Gift Guide

Still looking for that last minute giveaway? Check out CBC Books’ Holiday Gift Guides for everyone on your shopping list! Hana Khan Continues is a novel by Uzma Jalaluddin. (HarperCollins, Andrea Stenson) Our favorite : Hana Khan continues by Uzma Jalaluddin Hana Khan continues is a romantic comedy by Uzma …

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The relationship between objective commitment to application and medication adherence in asthma and COPD: a retrospective analysis

Recruitment and eligibility The data used in this retrospective analysis was collected from participants who registered with a digital self-management platform (Propeller Health, WI, USA) between January 2018 and March 2019. Participants who registered with the platform were recruited through social media campaigns (eg, Facebook ads), and had to own …

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Fresenius Medical Care launches new mobile app to empower and engage nurses

HONG KONG – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Fresenius Medical Care, the world’s leading provider of products and services for people with kidney disease, today announced the launch of Carrie, a tailored mobile app that connects, educates and supports nurses and teams Fresenius Kidney Care clinics in the Asia Pacific Region. As …

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Liquid Film Photosensitive Resins Market Outlook to 2027 by Application, End User and Geography

The updated research report on Liquid Film Photosensitive Resin Market involves a complete decomposition of the behavior of this business sphere and illustrates its future performance to help businesses and other stakeholders make decisions that promise a significant revenue stream in the years to come. He recommends various methods to …

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BEYOND THE LOCAL: Dating app users disclose STI and vaccine status, queer apps lead the way

Apps make it easy for people to find more partners, but that doesn’t mean apps increase transmission of STIs. This article from Anthony Fong, University of Toronto originally appeared on Conversation and is published here with permission. You’ve decided to date this stranger you met online, despite the growing number …

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Nightmare Alley Movie Review – Globe of Books and Movies

Guillermo del Toro’s new film Nightmare Alley is presented as a throwback to the classic era of noir cinema and literature. It has all the elements and the atmosphere: shadows, a femme fatale, a doomed protagonist. In fact, it’s a remake of a classic 1940s film noir starring Tyrone Power, …

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BEYOND THE LOCAL: Dating app users disclose STI and vaccine status and queer apps lead the way

Apps make it easy for people to find more partners, but that doesn’t mean apps increase STI transmission. This article from Antoine Fong, University of Toronto originally appeared on Conversation and is published here with permission. You’ve decided to date that stranger you met online, despite the rise in COVID-19 …

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Polyester Film For Electrical Insulation Market 2021 Emerging Trends And Advancement Prospects 2026

The research literature on Polyester film for the electrical insulation market provides valuable insight into the aspects likely to govern the trajectory of the business sphere. It details the growth drivers as well as the challenges faced by new entrants, investors and this vertical as a whole. Summary According to …

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Parents sue Wake County Sheriff for obscene books in district – The North State Journal

RALEIGH – Nine criminal complaints were filed on November 30 with the Wake County Sheriff’s Office over what parents say are obscene and pornographic books in Wake County public school libraries. The complaints were all filed separately, one being filed by Julie Anne, the Wake County chapter of Moms for …

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Polystyrene Films Market Global Outlook 2021, Research, Trends and Forecast to 2026

This comprehensive report on Polystyrene Film provides real insight into the statistics and status of the global market. Its scope study ranges from the market situation to comparative pricing between major players, spending in specific market areas and profits. It represents a comprehensive and succinct analysis report of major competitors …

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Dating app users disclose STI and vaccine status for safer dating, queer apps lead the way

You’ve decided to date this stranger you met online, despite COVID-19 cases be on the rise worldwide. But deep in your mind, the risk of infection is still bothering you. Is there a safer way to do this? Health claims on dating apps – a more common occurrence lately – …

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The Application Localization Services Market To See Substantial Growth Through 2026

Size and forecast of the application location service market in the United States to 2027, this report provides an analysis of the impact of the COVID19 outbreak on the key points influencing the growth of the market. In addition, the SaaS online video platform market segments (by major players, types, …

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This tech company puts physiotherapy in an app

With many employees sitting for hours at a stretch hunched over a computer, it’s no surprise body aches are so common – the National Institutes of Health estimates that eight out of 10 Americans will suffer from back pain at some point. given with their lives. Yet physical therapy may …

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Books come and go but love is permanent

Leer in spanish Project 317 tells stories of life across bustling Indianapolis neighborhoods – 317 words at a time. As residents of East Avalon Hills pass the intersection of Hampstead Lane and Kingman Drive, they may not see the Little Free Library. There are over 100,000 book-sharing boxes around the …

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Sun Control Window Film For Automotive Market Booming Globally To Generate Exciting Opportunities In Industry By 2028 – Mymctoday.com

Global Sun Control Window Film for Automotive Market Size, shares and trends analysis report by region (North America, Latin America, Europe, Asia-Pacific, Middle East & Africa) Forecast 2021-2028. The report predicts the market growth patterns with high accuracy by studying past and current growth metrics. It then develops the different …

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WhatsApp tests in-app cryptocurrency payments using Meta-owned Novi wallet

News Technology Friday December 10, 2021 11:15 GMT WhatsApp is testing in-app cryptocurrency payments using the Novi digital wallet, also owned by Meta. The little pilot follows the Libra launch failure as a global digital currency, which means the feature is currently only available to WhatsApp users in Guatemala and …

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Thick Film Resistor Network Market Size and Key Trends in Volume and Value 2021-2026

The report on Thick Film Resistance Networks Market presents a definitive study of the past and current business scenario to conclude the growth path that the industry will adopt in 2021-2026. In addition, it offers detailed market and submarkets information, highlighting all the important parameters such as the main growth …

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The Literal app is changing the way we read for the better

WWhen Gen X was known for their love of punk rock and Millennials popularized brunch, what will Gen Z’s legacy be? Some people are watching reading rates drop today and are wondering if Gen Z will be known for the disappearance of reading. Thirty-two percent of adolescents report reading for …

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Public Domain Books 2022: 10 To Watch Out For

Every year on New Years Day (less known as Public Domain Day), thousands of creative works – whether books, music, or artwork – enter this collection. referred to as the “public domain”. This means that the copyright in them has expired, and they can be used freely in any format …

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The Kabir Cultural Center announces the winners of the 11th edition of the Montreal South Asian Film Festival

The Kabir Cultural Center announced the jury winners of the 11th edition of its Montreal South Asian Film Festival (SAFFMontréal). This hybrid format, online and in theaters, offered eclectic and engaging films from November 19 to 28. All films were subtitled in English and French. The festival, supported by the …

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Let the students think – or ban books?

Abbott has launched investigations into school library books with the potential goal of eliminating texts deemed “inappropriate” for those who wish to eradicate discussions of race, class, gender, colonization and LGBTQ topics. Specifically, books like “Beloved” by Toni Morrison and “Gender Queer” by Maia Kobabe have been targeted for deletion …

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