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Just Keep Swimming: 4 Books to Read After You Finally See Finding Dory!

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P. Sherman, 42 Wallaby Way, Sydney has been ingrained in my brain thanks to the hilarious Dory. Thirteen years ago, Disney-Pixar introduced a film that touched the hearts of all ages and we’ve been (im)patiently waiting since then to see our favorite characters of Finding Nemo back on the big screen. Well, the wait is over because on June 17, we will be onto the next adventure with Marlin, Dory and Co. in Finding Dory (We’re wishing her the best of luck considering that pesky annoyance of having no short-term memory!), with the familiar bickering voices of Ellen DeGeneres and Albert Brooks leading the way. We know that you’ve already bought your ticket to go see Finding Dory on Friday and that you’ve…

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Beach Bums guide to good reads: June review roundup by Carol Memmott

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This month we’re recommending some reads that you won’t want to wait until vacation to savor. We have great authors who write books that pull us into their world. Candace Bushnell, S.J. Watson, Sarah Hall and Wednesday Martin take us on journeys both real and imagined in new books out this month. Primates of Park Avenue: A Memoir by Wednesday Martin Ph.D. (Simon & Schuster, June 2) It really is a jungle out there, and in Primates of Park Avenue, the danger lies within the ranks of the aggressive Mean Girl Moms of the Upper East Side. In what could be one of the most talked about nonfiction titles of the summer, social researcher Wednesday Martin gets down and dirty…

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