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As the Pandemic and Quarantine Continue, Writers Recommend More Books for the Long Summer Ahead — NPR

Pandemic Fatigue Making it Hard to Concentrate? Author Hannah Orenstein Has Tips for Getting Back into Reading — Cosmopolitan

Appease Your Global Curiosity This Summer With These Four Books on International Relations — The Washington Post

John Bolton’s The Room Where it Happened: A Comprehensive Look Inside Trump’s White House — BookTrib

Bob Woodward, Author of the 2018 Bestseller Fear, Announces New Book on the Trump Administration — CNN

The Philosophy of Plants and German Intellectual Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz — Brain Pickings

British Nobel Prize-Winning Author Kazuo Ishiguro Announces New Novel, Klara and the Sun — The Guardian

Zaina Arafat’s Intriguing Debut, You Exist Too Much, Navigates the Intersections Between Culture and Sexuality — Kirkus

Politics, Family and Priorities Collide in Ellen Meeropol’s Her Sister’s Tattoo — BookTrib

Failed Rock Star Leans on Former Fan After His Daughter is Kidnapped in Tie Die by Max Tomlinson — BookTrib

Explore the Father-Son Relationship This Father’s Day with The Inside Ride by Donald Cohen and Max Cohen — BookTrib

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