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Random House

'Utopia Avenue,' The Greatest Sixties Band That Never Was

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V: How Can An Authentic Apology Lead To Healing?

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Dawn Wacek: How Can Libraries Be A Path Toward Inclusivity And Forgiveness?

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Summer Poll judge Andrea Davis Pinkney says the first book she remembers her parents reading out loud was Ezra Jack Keats' classic The Snowy Day. Christine Simmons/Scholastic hide caption

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'The Beauty In Breaking' Chronicles Chaos And Healing In The Emergency Room

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Del Rey

'Jane Eyre' Meets 'Dracula' In This Sharp, Inventive 'Mexican Gothic' Tale

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'Unholy' Examines The Alliance Between White Evangelicals And Trump

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Trump's Niece Pens Tell-All. Offers Scathing Portrait Of The President

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Dana Canedy announces 2019 Pulitzer winners at a ceremony in New York. Bebeto Matthews/AP hide caption

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Dana Canedy Is 1st Black Person To Head Major Publishing Imprint

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Black Bookstores Face Increased Demand Amid Protests Against Racism

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President Trump, seen last week at the White House, is the subject of another scathing book that also faced a court battle. The release date for the new book by his niece, Mary Trump, has been moved up to July 14. Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images hide caption

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