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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 13h
This could be you tomorrow night! Come support the work of NBF (just some stuff like a million free books to families, celebrating the best lit in America, shining light on mass incarceration, etc.) at our karaoke fundraiser! Last minute tix here:
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Winner Elizabeth Acevedo continues to rack up the honors and break through barriers in the process. Congrats on the win, !
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National Book Foundation Jun 17
“I just wanted to get down how I felt—the specific feelings I felt—without judging my parents. It is very therapeutic.” speaks with about the process of writing her memoir, BECOMING MARIA
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National Book Foundation Jun 17
It’s the final evening of Notes from the Reading Life with ! Looking forward to hearing speak about some of her favorite books with !
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National Book Foundation Jun 17
At , educators from around the country recommended titles that can speak to racial injustice, including books by authors like Jesmyn Ward, Walter Dean Myers, Jason Reynolds, and more.
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National Book Foundation Jun 16
If singing for your supper is a thing, then singing for books certainly ought to be. Join us this week for our karaoke fundraiser in NYC at Sid Gold's!
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Vintage/Anchor Books Jun 17
RIP to award-winning historian Alan Brinkley​, author of THE PUBLISHER, THE END OF REFORM, and VOICES OF PROTEST, which won him the 1983 Award. via
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National Book Foundation Jun 17
Ahead of the publication of HOW TO BE AN ANTIRACIST, Winner spoke to about his own experiences, confronting racist histories, and the perpetual fight to act as an antiracist.
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National Book Foundation Jun 16
If singing for your supper is a thing, then singing for books certainly ought to be. Join us this week for our karaoke fundraiser in NYC at Sid Gold's!
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National Book Foundation Jun 16
This Father's Day, make sure the paternal figures in your life know that you're grateful they're not these dads. At , a review of some of the poor parenting chronicled in memoirs.
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National Book Foundation Jun 16
For a profession that's so often highly romanticized, many writers find the process of actually writing pretty painful. Lucky for us they still do it.
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National Book Foundation Jun 16
This summer, continues to do the heavy lifting over at . She's once again collected the most recommended books of the season, with authors and Elizabeth Gilbert topping a very good list.
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National Book Foundation Jun 15
Florida is more than its zany headlines, and these books prove it. Three new titles that tell different stories about the state, including the forthcoming novel THE NICKEL BOYS by Winner .
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National Book Foundation Jun 15
Readers love it. Writers envy it. Publishers search desperately for it. It's the "It Book," the one you can't take two steps without seeing in a shop window or the hand of a passerby. At , a look at those ubiquitous titles from summers past.
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National Book Foundation Jun 15
Just like us, celebrities also like to read great books (they just do it with better skin and bank accounts). A selection of celebrity book club June picks, including Finalists PACHINKO and HEARTLAND.
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National Book Foundation Jun 14
Read an excerpt from Finalist 's new book, PLACES AND NAMES.
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National Book Foundation Jun 14
If you've watched and been moved by 's series WHEN THEY SEE US, consider these further readings, including texts by authors Joan Didion and Jones.
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National Book Foundation Jun 14
Taking the guesswork out of the summer's most anticipated reads, pulled the most added "Want to Read" titles from to determine some of the books readers can't wait to dive into.
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National Book Foundation Jun 13
“[My mother] created this relationship of necessity [with reading], and then we became young adults and we chose to never leave the house without a book.” —Sarah Jessica Parker speaks with about how her mother made her into a voracious reader
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National Book Foundation Jun 13
Night two of Notes from the Reading Life! Huge gratitude to our special guests Sarah Jessica Parker and Fatima Farheen Mirza for joining us to chat about reading, libraries, and some of SJP’s favorite books!
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