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Five Books for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

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Five Books for Martin Luther King Jr. Day

Posted by The Barnes and Noble Review ×

Reading to explore and celebrate the life -- and extend the legacy -- of the great civil rights leader.
Small Towns

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Small Towns

By Jessica Ferri ×

American stories: pastoral, fearsome, and profound.
Cycling

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Cycling

by Nick Curley ×

As the Tour de France closes, we spin through the best books on bikes.

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Surveillance

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Surveillance

by Nick Curley ×

Keep a close watch on these stories of observation.
The Call of the Grill

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The Call of the Grill

by Bill Tipper ×

Essential guides to the great cuisine of the American summer.

Before "Mad Men"

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Before "Mad Men"

by Bill Tipper ×

Reading the era that gave us the Art of the Sell.

Wild Marvels

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Wild Marvels

by James Mustich ×

Charting the most unusual creatures inhabiting our sea, earth, and sky.

Gabriel García Márquez, 1927-2014

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Gabriel García Márquez, 1927-2014

by Bill Tipper ×

Essential reading from -- and about --  the master storyteller.

Happiness

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Happiness

by James Mustich ×

Reading in support of an endless pursuit.

Hoaxes, Frauds, and Con Men

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Hoaxes, Frauds, and Con Men

by James Mustich ×

A cavalcade of diverting deceptions.

March Madness

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March Madness

by Bill Tipper ×

A reading list to celebrate college basketball's annual apex.

Gardening

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Gardening

by James Mustich ×

A cultivated patch of fertile plots and well-tended prose.