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For Teens, Dystopian Fiction Seems Pretty Real — And That's Why They Like It

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Nathan Powers, 3, offers his father, Adam Powers, a flower while he talks with campus representatives at the Spring Fair at Evergreen State College's Tacoma, Wash. campus on May 19. Powers, of Des Moines, Wash., works at a nonprofit and is considering going back to school. Jovelle Tamayo for NPR hide caption

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Alvin Irby, founder of Barbershop Books, is on a mission to get kids reading in the barbershop. Nickolai Hammer/NPR hide caption

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Helping Children Identify As Readers — Starting With A Haircut

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