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The Bookworm: Pick up Your ‘Faithful’

There’s a crispness in this novel that doesn’t become too harsh; instead, it’s comfortable like an old yearbook. After a few pages, in fact, it’s almost as if we went to school with Shelby.
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ICMC Presents Another Great Jazz in the Park

St. Thomas’ Roosevelt Park was filled with the sounds of funky, hip-hopping, beat-boxing and absolutely mind-blowing sounds as International Capital & Management Company (ICMC) hosted its final Jazz in the Park music series for the 2016 season.
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The Bookworm: A Pioneer on Two Wheels

Set at a time when women (Black women in particular) had few rights, this book tells the true tale of a pioneer on two wheels.
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The Bookworm: Following Our Dogs’ Noses

Follow your dog into the world of smells. "Being a Dog” is one great book to sniff out.
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The Bookworm: ‘Ugly’ is a Beautiful Book

“I’m the ugliest person you’ve never met,” Robert Hoge says early in his book but readers will know better. They’ll know “Ugly” is the name of a beautiful book.
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The Bookworm: ‘Small Great Things’

Are we all just a little bit racist? That’s the uncomfortable, but necessary, question at the root of “Small Great Things.”
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The Bookworm: ‘Never Enter a Toy Shop after Midnight’

“Never enter a toy shop after midnight.” If those words don’t send a chill through your spine, then “The Motion of Puppets” is really not the book for you.
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The Bookworm: Treat Yourself to African American History

While it’s true that familiar names are everywhere in this book, readers will also be absolutely treated to stories and mini-biographies from regular people throughout history.
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The Bookworm: a Memorable Memoir in ‘The Fortress’

Danielle Trussoni lulls readers with a fairy tale and a questionable ending: will there be an Ever After or a screaming, Hollywood-like death of a marriage? “The Fortress” will keep you up all knight.
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The Bookworm: ‘The Bill the Cat Story’

So buy this book for your toddler and borrow it back as much as you need to. I predict you’ll need to a lot. For both of you, “The Bill the Cat Story” is worth the wait.
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