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La La La, text copyright 2017 by Kate DiCamillo, illustrations copyright 2017 by Jaime Kim. reproduced by permission of the publisher. Candlewick Press, Somerville, Mass. hide caption

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One Word Builds A World In 'La La La'

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People attend a candlelight prayer vigil outside Immanuel Baptist Church, located near the scene of the mass shooting on August 5, 2019 in El Paso, Texas. Mario Tama/Getty Images hide caption

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Juan Gabriel's 'Amor Eterno' Takes On New Meaning After El Paso Shooting

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PJ Morton's latest album, PAUL, is out now. Keith Taylor/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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PJ Morton Taps Into His Purest Form With 'PAUL'

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When author Andrea Davis Pinkney decided to write a book about a sit in, her husband Brian Pinkney asked, "How am I going to illustrate this, Andrea? They're just sitting." She told him: "Well, honey ... I'm sure you'll think of something." And he did. The lunch counter in Sit-In "takes on a life of its own," she says: It's a roller coaster, it's a road, it's a character in the story. Little, Brown Books for Young Readers hide caption

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The Pinkneys Are A Picture Book Perfect, Author-Illustrator Couple

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On The Bachelorette, Hannah Brown — a Miss Alabama USA winner from Tuscaloosa — recently sparked a conversation about sex and morality. "I can't decide if I'm glad it was me or not that started the conversation — but I'm in it now," she says. Mark Bourdillon/ABC via AP hide caption

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'I Have Had Sex ... And Jesus Still Loves Me': 'Bachelorette' Stands Firm In Her Faith

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Cate Blanchett stars as a mom on the run in the new movie adaptation of Where'd You Go, Bernadette. Wilson Webb hide caption

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'Bernadette' Is A Cautionary Tale About Putting Creativity Aside After Kids

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Christi holds a migrant child's hand as they walk to the swimming pool. Shuran Huang/NPR hide caption

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'I Know That They're Cared For.' Why One Mom Has Chosen To Foster Migrant Children

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Gender reveal parties are all over social media and television shows, including Black-ish, are featuring their own. But 11 years ago, when Jenna Karvunidis had her own party that went viral, she never imagined just how big these parties would become. Kelsey McNeal/Walt Disney Television via Getty hide caption

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Woman Who Popularized Gender-Reveal Parties Says Her Views On Gender Have Changed

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Maryland Family Has Fostered Dozens Of Unaccompanied Migrant Children

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Volcano Experts And Archaeologists Are Clashing Over Access To Study Pompeii

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Carol (Angela Bassett) shows up unannounced in New York City for a surprise visit with her adult son, Matt (Sinqua Walls) in the new Netflix film Otherhood. Linda Kallerus/Netflix hide caption

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When The Kids Grow Up, Motherhood Becomes A State Of 'Otherhood'

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Tia Mowry-Hardrict plays a mother of four moving to Georgia to be closer to her in-laws in Family Reunion. John P. Fleenor/Netflix hide caption

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Inside 'Family Reunion,' A Sitcom With An All-Black Writers Room

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Tycho's latest album, Weather (feat. Saint Sinner on vocals), is out now. Scott Hansen/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Ambience, Vocalized: Instrumentalist Tycho Adds Saint Sinner's Vocals To 'Weather'

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Empty baby beds stand in the maternity ward of a hospital (a spokesperson for the hospital asked that the hospital not be named). Six days after Farai Chideya took her adopted newborn child home from a hospital, she was forced to give him back to his birth mother. Sean Gallup/Getty Images hide caption

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