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Getting Kids Interested In Poetry

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Looking Back At The Most Powerful Earthquake Ever To Strike North America

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New Chester Himes Biography Reveals A Life As Wild As Any Detective Story

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The Enduring Legacy Of Jane Austen's 'Truth Universally Acknowledged'

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A Veteran TV News Anchor Pens A Prescient Novel In 'Amanda Wakes Up'

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