November 11, 2012 This Veterans Day, NPR Books went into the archives to find stories of combat and coping. A mother describes the emotional minefield of having a child at war, a Marine writes a memoir of a mortuary, and a photojournalist pays tribute to two centuries of Native-Americans in the military.
November 3, 2012 With plenty of election ennui going around, NPR Books dug into the archives for new ways to look at the election storyline, including an idea of what happens when a campaign gets a dose of sci fi, fantasy and puberty, respectively.
October 29, 2012 As the East Coast hunkers down for the onslaught of Hurricane Sandy, NPR Books dug back into the archives to find stories about keeping safe — and sane — when disaster strikes.
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