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Julia Child's Memories of Publishing Icon Alfred Knopf

When Julia Child was trying to get Mastering the Art of French Cooking published she didn't have an easy time of it. It was with Alfred A. Knopf that the book found a home, and reproduced here is an essay Child wrote for the publishing house's magazine in remembrance of the man himself.

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The Mystery Woman in the Field: Kristin Hannah Asks Christina Baker Kline About "A Piece of the World"

The author of "The Orphan Train" returns with a novel inspired by a famous Andrew Wyeth painting...

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Reading Is Fundamental

There's something magical in seeing a child engrossed in a book or asking you to please read to them and seeing their eyes light up as you turn the pages. Giving every kid a chance to discover a love of reading is what RIF is all about...

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“The Books Do Absolutely Operate out of a Sense of Fragmentation”: Rachel Cusk on Her New Novel, "Transit"

Rachel Cusk speaks with us about the crumbling of reality, the selectivity of memory, and how reading and writing drama has impacted her own novels.

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Bookmark This

Here's what the Amazon editors are reading this weekend...

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Trust No One: Privacy 101 from "The Art of Invisibility"

Just because you're paranoid doesn't mean they aren't after you.

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Big Prizes for Two Innovative Picture Books

This April, thousands of book lovers and international publishing professionals will travel to Bologna, Italy, to admire the best of children’s books and book art. You could call it a kid lit love fest.

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The Best Mysteries & Thrillers of February

There's a good crop of mysteries and thrillers this month. Here are some of the best.

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YA Wednesday: Best Books of February

This month's top picks in Young Adult include two powerful historical novels, a magical fantasy, the criminal underworld, a graphic novel, and gladiators...

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Cotswold Confidential: Maggie Robinson on Her New Victorian Romance Series

Author Maggie Robinson talks to us about her Victorian-set romance in which unruly aristocrats are sent to a seaside town to straighten out. Naturally, things don't go as planned....

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