'Doctors Had The Power To Do What They Wanted With Little Oversight': Chip Jones On New Book 'The Organ Thieves: The Shocking Story Of The First Heart Transplant In The Segregated South'Author Chip Jones discusses his new book about a Black man named Bruce Tucker, who sustained a head injury in 1968 and had his heart taken out of his body and put into the chest of a white businessman.
'Anxiety Is Not Something You Can Just Turn Off': Author Megan Collins On New Book 'Behind The Red Door'The author discusses her new novel about a woman named Fern Douglas who goes back into her past when she starts realizing her connection to a famous kidnapping victim.
'The Question Is What Truly Makes You Rich': Julie Pennell On New Book 'Louisiana Lucky: A Novel'The author discusses her new novel where she explores how life changes forever for three sisters when they win $204 million from the lottery.
New York Public Library Now Offering Grab-And-Go Services At Select BranchesEight branches reopened Monday across Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island.
New York City's Public Libraries To Start Offering Grab-And-Go ServicesThe New York, Brooklyn and Queens public libraries plan to provide grab-and-good book services.
Coronavirus Isolation Prompting A Boom In Virtual Reading ClubsIn these times, discussing the book with others now mean putting up a Zoom meeting.
Coronavirus Update: New York Public Library Sees Rise In E-Book ReadershipThe library is also offering virtual tutoring and help with homework.
New York Public Library Shares Top 5 Most Checked-Out Books On 125 AnniversaryTo celebrate its 125th anniversary this year, the New York Public Library is releasing a list of most checked-out books in its history.
NYC Resident Author Jason Reynolds Named Library Of Congress AmbassadorBestselling young adult poet, author becomes latest national ambassador for young people's literature.
See The List: New Yorkers' Most Checked-Out Books Of 2019The New York Public Library is sharing its list of the most checked-out books of 2019.
Family Finds Grandmother Reviewed Every Book She Read In Secret CodeThe family of a 96-year-old in Connecticut has found a hidden treasure trove dedicated to every book the grandmother ever read.
Where And How to Celebrate Read Across AmericaThe National Education Association created the Read Across America program to connect kids and books and to commemorate Dr. Seuss’s birthday on March 2.
NYC Libraries With Amazing Children's RoomsHelp kids learn to love words!
NYC's Best Venues For Poetry Readings And Open MicsWhether you're an amateur or an avid poetry writer (or reader), there's plenty of shows, slams, and open mics to attend in NYC.
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