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National Book Foundation, presenter of the National Book Awards. Dedicated to the celebration of the best literature in America.
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National Book Foundation 16h
How many can you read this Month? rounds up 25 LGBTQ YA titles, including books by authors like David Levithan and Becky Albertalli.
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National Book Foundation 18h
The book a writer starts is often wildly different from the book we end up reading. Check out this gem recovered from an early draft of 's Finalist THE LEAVERS!
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National Book Foundation 23h
The final Notes from the Reading Life event is 6/29 at the Richmondtown Library on Staten Island! Join authors and Alex at as they discuss the books that inspire and excite them!
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Qns Community House Jun 18
Communities who READ together LEAD together! Thank you to , , and DYCD for an incredible book giveaway event at our Pomonok Community Center! Over 7,500 brand new books were distributed to children living in the Pomonok Housing community!
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National Book Foundation Jun 18
Two iconic poets are coming to in NYC this Thursday! Terrance Hayes (2010 Winner) and Mary Karr (2002 judge) in conversation on 6/21. Don't miss it!
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Poets & Writers Jun 15
Ampersand: The Poets & Writers Podcast Episode 20, featuring reading from FLORIDA, Terrance Hayes reading from AMERICAN SONNETS FOR MY PAST AND FUTURE ASSASSIN, plus , , & more. Download or stream for free!
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National Book Foundation Jun 18
We love seeing photos from Book Rich Environments distribution events across the country!
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National Book Foundation Jun 18
Our Book Rich Environments program got the television treatment over the weekend!
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National Book Foundation Jun 17
Never leave home without a proper reading selection. Seven authors recommend books to take on summer vacation.
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National Book Foundation Jun 17
"...there are ways of being that are fuller, more humane, more charged and alive beyond category." On the timeliness of the new collection by Winner Terrance Hayes.
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National Book Foundation Jun 17
In honor of Father's Day, collects photos of famous writers and their dads.
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National Book Foundation Jun 16
Looking for something real? rounds up their favorite nonfiction titles of the year so far.
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National Book Foundation Jun 16
We may be seeing a screen adaptation of 's Finalist HER BODY AND OTHER PARTIES!
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National Book Foundation Jun 15
“The more you read, the more you'll love it. The more you love it, the more you'll want to read." We couldn’t agree with you more, .
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National Book Foundation Jun 15
. discusses the books that have impacted him with at tonight’s Notes from the Reading Life!
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National Book Foundation Jun 15
The third Notes from the Reading Life event with is tonight! in conversation with at the Bronx Library Center!
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National Book Foundation Jun 15
June is , and you can celebrate with and at a pop-up reading room on 6/23! There will be free food, books, totes, and a special appearance by past 5 Under 35 honoree !
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National Book Foundation Jun 15
Big congrats to all of these debut novelists!
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National Book Foundation Jun 15
This is the work that your generosity has helped make possible! Just one of many book distribution events supported by Book Rich Environments and your donations!
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National Book Foundation Jun 15
Thanks so much to everyone who was able to come out for the party in Brooklyn last night! Between ticket sales and our CrowdRise campaign, you've helped us raise nearly $30,000 for Book Rich Environments. 🙏 📚
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