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The B&N Podcast: Eva Chen on Raising Readers (in Style!)

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The B&N Podcast: Eva Chen on Raising Readers (in Style!)

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The author, Instagram star and social media exec joins us to talk about being a late bloomer, parenting, and her latest book for children, "Juno Valentine and the Fantastic Fashion Adventure."
Adrienne Brodeur on a Secret’s Destructive Allure

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Adrienne Brodeur on a Secret’s Destructive Allure

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To be made party to her mother's secrets was, for teenage Adrienne Brodeur, at first a sign of their deep intimacy. In her new memoir "Wild Game," she explores the damage that only became...
The B&N Podcast: Kate DiCamillo on the Light Inside

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The B&N Podcast: Kate DiCamillo on the Light Inside

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The creator of modern classics like "Because of Winn Dixie" and "The Tale of Despereaux" joins us to talk about the experiences that feed her fiction, and her latest book, "Beverly, Right Here."
Breaking the Frame: Sarah Broom Unearths Her Family’s Story in “The Yellow House”

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Breaking the Frame: Sarah Broom Unearths Her Family’s Story in “The Yellow House”

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The author of the stunning new memoir "The Yellow House" took a reporter's tools to trace her New Orleans family's history back through decades, and to chronicle the impact of Hurricane Katrina...
The B&N Podcast: Malcolm Gladwell on Why We Get Each Other Wrong

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The B&N Podcast: Malcolm Gladwell on Why We Get Each Other Wrong

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Do you think you can look someone in the eye and tell if they're lying to you? Malcolm Gladwell talks about how trust, mistrust and myths about both are shaping our society.
The B&N Podcast: Jared Diamond on Nations in Crisis Mode

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The B&N Podcast: Jared Diamond on Nations in Crisis Mode

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The author of "Upheaval: Turning Points for Nations in Crisis" joins us to talk about how societies facing momentous change can learn something from struggles happening at a much smaller scale.
The B&N Podcast: Rick Atkinson on the Shot Heard Around the World

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The B&N Podcast: Rick Atkinson on the Shot Heard Around the World

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The bestselling author of the Liberation Trilogy brought the Allied war in WWII Europe into brilliant, soldier-level focus. Now, with "The British Are Coming," he's setting his sights on...
The B&N Podcast: Admiral William McRaven on Stories and Leadership

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The B&N Podcast: Admiral William McRaven on Stories and Leadership

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The former commander of U.S. special forces has brought his career in service to life in the new memoir "Sea Stories." He dropped by the podcast studio to talk about an adventurous life, what...
The B&N Podcast: Kristen Roupenian on Laughing in the Dark

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The B&N Podcast: Kristen Roupenian on Laughing in the Dark

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Her short story "Cat Person" became a global sensation: The author talks about its origin, her new collection of short stories, and how horror and humor are dual keys to the human heart.
The B&N Podcast: David Brooks on the Dinner that Changed Everything

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The B&N Podcast: David Brooks on the Dinner that Changed Everything

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The bestselling author and New York Times columnist opens up about his quest to find meaning in community and the "radical" change that prompted his new book.
The B&N Podcast: Everyone Talks to Alex Kotlowitz

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The B&N Podcast: Everyone Talks to Alex Kotlowitz

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The author of "There Are No Children Here" returns with "An American Summer," a portrait in stories of a community plagued by gun violence.
The B&N Podcast: Marlon James on a Hero’s Journey

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The B&N Podcast: Marlon James on a Hero’s Journey

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The author of "Black Leopard, Red Wolf" joins us to talk about his journey into African myth and history to create a heady new work of fantasy.