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Since sexual harassment allegations against Harvey Weinstein have surfaced, you have likely seen mention of the #MeToo movement flooding social media. Coined by activist Tarana Burke and popularized by actress Alyssa Milano’s recent tweet, #MeToo has collected millions of stories of sexual assault and harassment and launched opinion pieces about stories that remain untold. The emergence of the #MeToo movement brings to light many […]

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10 to Try Check-in: November

November is a busy time of year for me, reading-wise. We're finalizing our Best Books lists (look for this year's on December 1), and as unbelievable as it sounds, I'm also already looking ahead to 2018. Luckily, I saved Read a Graphic Novel for my very last 10 to Try category, and graphic novels are usually pretty […]

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Picture Books for Adults

Being an adult is hard. In fact, it's so hard that millennials have decided that "adulting" is actually a verb. It's not something you are, it's just something you have to do: like brush your teeth and pay your taxes. As you may already know, "childing" is not a thing, because childhood is paradise. We […]

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