Books

In his memoir, David Kushner comes to grips with a brother’s brutal murder....
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Photographer Jay Seldin's love and respect for the Cuban people shines in his work, "The Cubans," a collection of vintage photographs....
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Michael Ian Black, of Wet Hot American Summer, talks about his new book, not taking health tips from Gov. Christie and picking a fight with David Sedaris....
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A fascination with wiggly creatures led William Campbell to a cure for one of mankind’s worst diseases—and earned him a Nobel Prize....
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Gardening design mixed with American history in a Chatham gardener's April 2016 release, "All the Presidents' Gardens," makes for a great last-minute Mother's Day gift. ...
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Jersey girl Katie Parla's new book outlines favorite and forgotten recipes of the ancient city....
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Bridge of Books a Rumson-based nonprofit, distributes books to kids at risk. ...
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A new book, Nookietown, sheds a light on what goes on behind closed doors in suburbia....
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From bookends to Book of the Month subscriptions, we got the book worms wish list covered. ...
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A Mendham woman and plane crash survivor recounts her story, as well as the tales of others, in her book, "Bracing For Impact."...
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A former rocker himself, Warren Zanes' new book chronicles the life and career of Tom Petty....
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Two Jersey towns host page-turning book festivals this fall. ...
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Dale Russakoff: Test Case

September 17, 2015

Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg pledged $100 million to help fix Newark’s schools. A new book explains why the reform movement went awry. ...
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A whole host of bookworm-friendly events planned this fall....
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Journalist turned captain of industry Don Katz, the founder of audiobook company Audible, is a word guy....
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Resilient and resourceful, indie bookstores find ways to survive (and sometimes thrive) in the Amazon age. ...
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"Chopsticks: A Cultural and Culinary History," a new book by Professor Edward Wang, is a trove of chopstick trivia....
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The Princeton history professor talks about his new book, how we expect too much out of our presidents, and why Congressional gridlock isn't anything new. ...
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Brisk and Refreshing

July 2, 2015

That describes the prose of WSJ wine columnist Lettie Teague, whose tart, smart new book helps you fearlessly explore the ever-widening world of wine....
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Curl up with a good book while you bask in the sun this summer....
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