'Night Circus' Comes To Town With Magic, Mystery
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A Wordless World: The story of Rose, a deaf little girl in Brian Selznick's Wonderstruck, is told primarily in pictures. "We experience [Rose's] story in a way that perhaps might echo the way she experiences her own life," Selznick explains. Brian Selznick/ hide caption

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'Wonderstruck': A Novel Approach To Picture Books
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Sept. 11 In Fiction
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Love It Or Hate It, Pregnancy 'Bible' Has A Lot To Say
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Three Critics Pick The Best Books For Summer
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One Family, Three Memoirs, Many Competing Truths
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Lies That Chelsea Handler Told Me, the first book on Handler's new imprint for Grand Central Publishing, was released this month. Darren Tieste hide caption

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Chelsea Handler: Keys To A Multimedia Empire
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When James Jones first published the World War II novel From Here to Eternity in 1951, its edgier passages were censored out. A digitized version of Jones' work — in its original form — will be published Tuesday by Open Road Media, a company that is banking on the future of digital publishing. Evening Standard/Getty Images hide caption

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Publishers Navigate The 'Open Road' Of E-Books
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Publishers Speedily Churn Out Newsworthy Books
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A WWII Survival Epic Unfolds Deep In 'Shangri-La'
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In this illustration from a story called "Steak for Supper," a crew of creatures follow a boy home in hopes of getting a steak dinner. The story is one of seven rediscovered Dr. Seuss shorts from The Bippolo Seed. Courtesy Random House hide caption

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'The Bippolo Seed': The 'Lost' Dr. Seuss Stories
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Are traditional librarians a thing of the past? As e-books take over the reading market, libraries must evolve for the digital age. Matt Cardy/Getty Images hide caption

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The Future Of Libraries In The E-Book Age
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Actress Jennifer Lawrence at the Academy Awards in February 2011. Lawrence was recently cast as Katniss Everdeen, the heroine of the much-loved Hunger Games trilogy. Ethan Miller/Getty Images hide caption

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The front cover for A Present for Milo, a top children's book app from Ruckus Media Group. This and other kids' books apps are redefining the way children are reading. Ruckus Media Group hide caption

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Children's Book Apps: A New World Of Learning
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