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  • 'Fabulous! A Portrait of Andy Warhol' by Bonnie Christensen

    'Fabulous! A Portrait of Andy Warhol' by Bonnie Christensen
    "Fabulous! A Portrait of Andy Warhol" By Bonnie Christensen Henry Holt, $16.99, ages 8-11 The cover images and end pages show Andy Warhol's most famous images — Campbell's Soup cans, for instance — but Bonnie Christensen's words concentrate...
  • 'A Cat Like That' by Wendy Wahman

    'A Cat Like That' by Wendy Wahman
    'A Cat Like That' By Wendy Wahman Henry Holt, $16.99, ages 3-5 Often, when children think of a pet, they think of appearance, as in "a cat like that." Suppose that a cat, like that, has its own ideas of how its "best friend in the whole wide world"...
  • Bookmark: A book about faith and so much more

    To call "The Variations" (Henry Holt) a book about faith is to say both too much and too little. It's too much because, if you take the broader perspective, every book is about faith; indeed, every book is an expression of faith. Every book is the...
  • Nitpicking grammar in the digital age

    Nitpicking grammar in the digital age
    As we pored over the transcripts of the newly declassified John F. Kennedy recordings—45 of the 248 hours of taped conversations during his White House years—our thoughts turned immediately to social media. Most of us aren't tweeting about...
  • Word crushes

    Word crushes
    Sometime around the spring of junior year — in the midst of ACT prepping and driver's license procuring and prom planning — I fell in love. Hard. Not with my prom date, fortunately. (He wore a top hat. And, later, makeup.) No, the object of...
  • Check It Out: Showcasing excellence in young adult literature

    If you haven't met before, I'd like to introduce you to the Michael L. Printz Award. For readers familiar with the Newberry Medal (for children's literature), the Printz Award is the equivalent in the teen category. The Printz is awarded by the...
  • Teaching the ABCs of organizing

    Teaching the ABCs of organizing
    The burning question, one that keeps some of us awake at night, say, after a long day of chasing down a little someone's runaway math book, searching high and low for a soccer ball, throwing up your hands at the latest missing T-shirt, is this: Is a...
  • 'Red Summer: The Summer of 1919 and the Awakening of Black America' by Cameron McWhirter

    'Red Summer: The Summer of 1919 and the Awakening of Black America' by Cameron McWhirter
    As World War I drew to a close in late 1918, the noted black author and activist James Weldon Johnson posed the issue that was on the minds of many African-Americans: Would their support for the war effort, on the battlefields of Europe and in the...
  • Vonnegut biography fails on several counts

    Vonnegut biography fails on several counts
    It's dangerous to begin a biography with what amounts to an advertisement for oneself. "Someone else could cobble together a so-so version of your life just by mining what's stored in library boxes and electronic files," Charles J. Shields writes in the...
  • Culture Watch: 'Rebels in Paradise' by Hunter Drohojowska-Philp

     
    "Rebels in Paradise: The Los Angeles Art Scene and the 1960s" is a smart, entertaining romp....
  • Book review: 'The View from Lazy Point' by Carl Safina

    Book review: 'The View from Lazy Point' by Carl Safina
    The View from Lazy Point A Natural Year in an Unnatural World Carl Safina Henry Holt: 416 pp., $30 "The View from Lazy Point" is a naturalist's notebook, a record of a year at Carl Safina's home on the Sound side of eastern Long Island, north of...