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A Long Way Home by Saroo Brierley This is an amazing true story of Saroo, who, at five years old, is separated from his brother, falls asleep on a train, and travels overnight from his small village in India to the teeming station and streets o...
The National Film Preservation Board of the Library of Congress announced last week that 25 additional films have been added to its National Film Registry. The Registry is a list of films deemed "culturally, historically or aesthetically signifi...

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Don Tillman is a captivating, likeable character, who was introduced by author Graeme Simsion in The Rosie Project. Now the brilliant but awkward geneticist returns in The Rosie Effect (publication date Dec. 30), where he faces more social ...

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Now that the year is coming to an end, most of the Best Books of the Year lists have been released. As a reader’s advisor, I love these lists, which provide good ideas when I help patrons find their next good books. Because I like to see which fictio...
Big budget movie musicals are so rare these days that the release of a new one is cause for celebration. The spectacular film adaptation of the Broadway hit Into the Woods opens in theaters on Christmas Day. The fractured fairy tale feature...