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May 06 2019 'Jeopardy!' Star James Holzhauer on His Children’s Book Strategy Jeopardy! star James Holzhauer, whom the Washington Post called “undeniably the most dynamic, unstoppable force in the show’s modern 35-year history,” used a secret weapon—children’s books—to become a game-show millionaire. May 06 2019 How Canadian Readers Discover and Obtain Books - BookNet Canada Survey BookNet Canada is back with more of their annual leisure survey results! This is the second part of their leisure study analyzing how Canadian readers discover and obtain their books. April 24 2019 Love and Courage by Jagmeet Singh NDP leader Jagmeet Singh reveals sexual abuse claim in his new memoir, Love & Courage: My Story of Family, Resilience, and Overcoming the Unexpected. April 15 2019 Jared Diamond's New Book Pinpoints the Crisis of Our Times Jared Diamond examines how political issues exacerbate many of the world’s problems in 'Upheaval'. April 12 2019 Media Heat: Pete Buttigieg on Morning Edition NPR's media coverage of Pete Buttgieg, mayor of South Bend, Indiana intent on running in the 2020 presidential elections. His memoir 'Shortest Way Home' is now a New York Times Bestseller. January 11 2019 Becoming is the Top-Selling Title in 2018 In the year of nonfiction, ‘Becoming’ was one of 10 nonfiction books among 2018’s 20 bestselling titles November 28 2018 Pilot Program Pushes eBooks The Oxford County Library is making it much easier for residents to access electronic books - even without a library card! November 16 2018 Bad Blood wins 2018 Business Book of the Year Award The winner of this year’s Financial Times and McKinsey Business Book of the Year Award affirms the wisdom of the idiom “too good to be true.” John Carreyro's book Bad Blood takes home top honours. September 10 2018 Technology hasn’t killed public libraries – it’s inspired them to transform and stay relevant Whitehots Insight: “Library news from down under.” Libraries are so much more than just places that contain books August 29 2018 No more late fines: Kitsap Regional Library calls them a barrier to borrowing Whitehots Insight: ‘More discussion around barriers for borrowing and late fines, “Of the 60,936 KRL patrons who had late fines on record, only 45 percent were active in the last two years.
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