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Book Awards Honor Translated Literature For The First Time Since 1983

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Glory Edim, the founder of the Well-Read Black Girl book club and community, has edited a new collection of essays by black woman authors. Mike Coppola/Getty Images for Instagram hide caption

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The Rise Of The Well-Read Black Girl Book Club

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10 Years Since 'The Hunger Games' Began

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You Might Learn A 'Little' About Madame Tussaud In New Novel Based On Her Life

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Molly Birnbaum, America's Test Kitchen Kids editor in chief, helps 8-year-old Lucy Gray make a one-pot pasta meal from a recipe in the new book, The Complete Cookbook for Young Chefs. Courtesy of Paul Gray hide caption

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What's Cookin', Kiddo? America's Test Kitchen Unveils Book For Young Chefs

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Jennifer Hudson performs during the the March for Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C. on March 24, 2018. Jim Watson/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'The Times They Are A-Changin" Still Speaks To Our Changing Times

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Jonah (Evan Rosado) is the youngest of three children who roam under the auspices of their father (Raul Castillo) in the film adaptation of We the Animals. Courtesy of The Orchard hide caption

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'We The Animals' Becomes A Film, And The Author Approves

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V.S. Naipaul, seen here in 1968, once told NPR, "It's important to avoid the wallow. It repels the reader." John Minihan/Evening Standard/Getty Images hide caption

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V.S. Naipaul, Controversial Author And Nobel Laureate, Dies At 85

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Amy Adams plays Camille Preaker in the HBO adaptation of Gillian Flynn's mystery novel Sharp Objects. Anne Marie Fox/HBO hide caption

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Gillian Flynn's 'Sharp Objects' Is A Whodunit ... And A Who Is She?

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HUD And National Book Foundation Work To Promote Reading In Public Housing

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Tommy Orange's debut novel features a wide cast of characters who are all Native American, with varying degrees of connection to the culture. He says, "I wanted to represent a range of human experience as a way to humanize Native people." Joana Toro for NPR hide caption

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Native American Author Tommy Orange Feels A 'Burden To Set The Record Straight'

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Tommy Orange's 'There There' Has A Wide Cast Of Native American Characters

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A Book Club Watches The Movie 'Book Club'

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How Philip Roth's Writing Transcended The Narrow Confines Of A Culture

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