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The Book Review

The New York Times

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The world's top authors and critics join host Gilbert Cruz and editors at The New York Times Book Review to talk about the week's top books, what we're reading and what's going on in the literary world. Listen to this podcast in New York Times Audio, our new iOS app for news subscribers. Download now at nytimes.com/audioapp
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"Not every book is for every child, but for every child there is a book." The Children’s Book Review, is a resource devoted to children’s literature and literacy. In the Growing Readers Podcast, we produce author and illustrator interviews focused on the best books for kids of all ages. We help parents, grandparents, caregivers, teachers, and librarians to grow readers. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/thechildrensbookreview/support
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The 2am Book Review Club

The 2am Book Review Club

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Welcome to the 2am Book Review Club! Do you stay up too late reading books? Do you love mysteries, thrillers, romance, historical fiction, fantasy, or literary fiction? Do you want weekly book recommendations and/or book breakdowns? Then you’ve found your new favorite book club! Join me each week as I discuss everything from the most-hyped new releases to books that nobody seems to have heard of as we explore the wide and wonderful world of books!
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"Teaching My Cat to Read" is a book podcast that adds a unique comedic twist to literary discussions - thinking what our cat would think of this book. Discover answers to questions like, "Who would emerge victorious in a fight between Lady Catherine and Mrs. Bennett?" or "Who funded the grant money for Victor Frankenstein's experiments?" And don't forget, we never fail to ask the important question: "What rating would our cat give this book?" Tune in every other week for brand new episodes t ...
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Find your book club picks and get your literary fix here. I lead bookish discussions with authors, friends and family minus the scheduling, wine, charcuterie board and the book you didn’t have time to finish. My tastes skew toward the literary but I can’t resist a good thriller or the must-read book of the season. If you like authors like Donna Tartt, Ann Patchett, Jonathan Franzen, Marie Benedict and Rachel Hawkins this podcast is for you.
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Ibrahim’s Book Review

Ibrahim Cummings

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Hello. My name is ibrahim Cummings.i am 11 years old and live in London. I love books and one day decided to create a book review podcast. Cover art photo provided by Janko Ferlič on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@thepootphotographer
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Chapter 1 What's Book A Woman Makes A Plan "A Woman Makes a Plan" by Maye Musk is a memoir in which the author shares her life story and the lessons she has learned along the way. Maye Musk is a successful model, dietitian, and mother to Elon Musk, among other accomplishments. In the book, she reflects on her career, relationships, and personal str…
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I finally read the best-selling octopus book, Remarkably Bright Creatures! Why is this debut novel a New York Times bestselling smash success? Is it worth the hype? And most importantly: what did I think of the octopus? Find out in this week's episode! The 2am Book Review Club Youtube channelAutor: The 2am Book Review Club
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Luke and Juliane review Amatka by Karin Tidbeck, then discuss the five star concepts and themes trapped within this two star novel. Luke on Mastodon: @lukeburrage@masto.nu Juliane on Mastodon: @JuKuBerlin@mastodon.social Support Luke and Juliane financially via Patreon.com/lukeburrage Discuss this book at Goodreads.com Luke writes his own novels, l…
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In this 4th bonus episode for our 3rd series, we discuss the final 2 episodes, episodes 7 and 8, of Amazon Primes “The Wheel of Time” series 2, “Daes Dae'mar” and “What Was Meant to Be". We talk about the episodes in relation to the books, this series is an adaptation of books 2+3 “The Great Hunt” and “The Dragon Reborn”, so we try to not spoil any…
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Simon & Schuster is not growing old quietly. The venerable publishing house — one of the industry’s so-called Big 5 — is celebrating its 100th birthday this month after a period of tumult that saw it put up for sale by its previous owner, pursued by its rival Penguin Random House in an acquisition bid that fell apart after the Justice Department wo…
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In this insightful interview, acclaimed middle-grade author Dan Gemeinhart discusses his highly anticipated standalone companion novel Coyote Lost and Found, the follow-up to his beloved bestseller The Remarkable Journey of Coyote Sunrise. Gemeinhart reflects on the evolution of the complex relationship between his resilient protagonist Coyote and …
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Chimpanzee Politics "Chimpanzee Politics" is a book written by the renowned primatologist Frans de Waal. In this book, de Waal explores the complex social dynamics of chimpanzees, drawing parallels between human and chimpanzee behavior. He delves into the hierarchical structures, power struggles, alliances, and conflicts t…
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Chapter 1 What's Book Memory Book Memory by Jonathan K. Foster is a novel that explores the power of memory and how it shapes our perceptions of the world. The story follows a man named Johnathan who has the ability to remember every single detail of every book he has ever read. As he navigates through his own memories and experiences, he starts to…
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Chapter 1 What's A Book The Sacred Mushroom And The Cross "The Sacred Mushroom and the Cross" is a controversial book by John Marco Allegro, a scholar and writer who was also one of the original team members of the Dead Sea Scrolls project. In this book, Allegro argues that the Christian religion was founded on the worship of psychedelic mushrooms,…
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Chapter 1 What's Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters Book "Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters: 10 Secrets Every Father Should Know" is a book written by Meg Meeker, a pediatrician and mother of four. In this book, Meeker emphasizes the importance of the father-daughter relationship and offers practical advice for fathers on how to raise confident, resil…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Living Sober "Living Sober" is a guidebook and resource for individuals who are looking to maintain a sober lifestyle and navigate the challenges of staying sober. It offers practical advice, coping strategies, personal stories, and tips for managing triggers and cravings. The book also provides information on how to find …
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Drawing On The Right Side Of The Brain The book "Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain" by Betty Edwards is a classic instructional guide that teaches individuals how to tap into the creative right side of their brain to improve their drawing skills. The book presents various exercises and techniques to help readers break…
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Chapter 1 What's Nodding Off Free Book "Nodding Off" is a free book by Alice Gregory that explores the science of sleep and provides tips and strategies for improving sleep quality. It covers topics such as the importance of sleep, common sleep disorders, and ways to establish healthy sleep habits. The book aims to help readers understand the impac…
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Chapter 1:Summary of Life Sucks Book "Life Sucks" by Michael I. Bennett is a humorous and practical self-help book that offers advice on how to deal with life's inevitable challenges and disappointments. The book explores the idea that life is often difficult and frustrating, but by accepting this reality and making small changes to our mindset and…
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Chapter 1:Summary of For The Culture Book "For the Culture" by Marcus Collins is a book that explores the role of culture in shaping our identities and behaviors. Collins argues that culture is not just a trend or superficial aspect of society, but rather a powerful force that influences how we think, act, and relate to others. Collins delves into …
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Chapter 1 What's Book The Strength In Our Scars The Strength In Our Scars is a collection of poetry and prose by writer Bianca Sparacino. In this book, Sparacino explores themes of resilience, healing, and self-empowerment. She delves into the ways in which our scars, both physical and emotional, can become sources of strength and beauty. Through h…
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Chapter 1 What's Book How To Be An Adult In Relationships "How to Be an Adult in Relationships" by David Richo is a self-help book that explores the complexities of adult relationships and offers practical advice for developing healthy and fulfilling connections with others. The book delves into various aspects of relationships, including communica…
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I finally read the sequel to Emily Wilde's Encyclopaedia of Faeries, Emily Wilde's Map of the Otherlands! Was it everything I was hoping the sequel would be? How does it hold up to the first book? And what does a cozy fantasy sequel look like anyway? Find out in this week's episode! The 2am Book Review Club Youtube channel…
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Chapter 1 What's A Book Verbal Judo Verbal Judo is a self-help book written by George J. Thompson, a former English professor and martial artist. The book focuses on the concept of using verbal communication techniques to defuse difficult situations and resolve conflicts effectively. Thompson breaks down the principles of "verbal judo" by teaching …
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Chapter 1 What's Happier Hour Free Book "Happier Hour" by Cassie Holmes is a self-help book that offers strategies and tips for finding happiness and fulfillment in your life. The book covers topics such as gratitude, mindfulness, self-care, and building positive relationships. It aims to help readers improve their mental well-being and increase th…
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Chapter 1 What's Zoobiquity Book "Zoobiquity: What Animals Can Teach Us About Health and the Science of Healing" is a book by Barbara Natterson-Horowitz and Kathryn Bowers. The book explores the connections between human and animal health, drawing on examples from the fields of veterinary medicine and evolutionary biology to provide insights into h…
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Chapter 1 What's A Book No Future Without Forgiveness "No Future Without Forgiveness" is a book written by Desmond Tutu, a South African Anglican bishop and social rights activist who was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in 1984. The book explores Tutu's experiences as the chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission in post-apartheid South Afr…
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Chapter 1:Summary of the book The Lost Art Of Listening The book "The Lost Art of Listening" by Michael P. Nichols explores the importance of effective communication in relationships. Nichols discusses how declining listening skills have a negative impact on communication and relationships, leading to misunderstandings, conflicts, and feelings of b…
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Chapter 1:Summary of The Art Of Dramatic Writing Book "The Art of Dramatic Writing" by Lajos Egri is a comprehensive guide to the principles and techniques of crafting compelling and effective drama. The book covers all aspects of dramatic writing, from character development to plot structure to dialogue, and provides practical advice and exercises…
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Chapter 1 What's Book Vermeer's Hat "Vermeer's Hat: The Seventeenth Century and the Dawn of the Global World" by Timothy Brook is a historical book that explores the interconnectedness of the world in the seventeenth century through the analysis of the objects depicted in the paintings of Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer. The book delves into the glob…
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Chapter 1 What's Bright Earth Free Book "Bright Earth: Art and the Invention of Color" is a book written by Philip Ball that explores the history and science of color in art. The book delves into the ways in which artists have used and manipulated color throughout history, as well as the technological advancements and cultural influences that have …
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Why We Buy The book "Why We Buy: The Science of Shopping" by Paco Underhill delves into the psychology behind consumer behavior and shopping habits. Underhill, a retail consultant, uses his observations and research to uncover the reasons behind why people make certain purchasing decisions and how retailers can take advant…
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Chapter 1 What's Why The West Rules—for Now Book "Why The West Rules—for Now" is a book written by Ian Morris, a historian and archaeologist. In this book, Morris explores the question of why Western civilizations have dominated the world for the past 500 years, and examines the factors that have contributed to this dominance. Morris argues that a …
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Chapter 1 What's A Book Small Data "Small Data" by Martin Lindstrom is a book that explores the idea that the most valuable insights often come from observing small details and behaviors in people's lives. Lindstrom argues that by studying these small data points, businesses can gain a deeper understanding of their customers and create more success…
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Chapter 1 What's The Wisdom Of Life Free Book "The Wisdom of Life" is a philosophical essay written by the German philosopher Arthur Schopenhauer. In this work, Schopenhauer explores the concept of wisdom and the keys to living a fulfilling and meaningful life. He argues that true wisdom is not found in accumulating knowledge or material possession…
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Chapter 1 What's Book The Undercover Economist "The Undercover Economist" by Tim Harford is a book that explores the principles of economics and how they can be applied to everyday situations. The author uses real-life examples and anecdotes to explain economic concepts in a way that is easy to understand for readers who may not have a background i…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Co-opetition Co-opetition is a business strategy that combines elements of cooperation and competition. In his book "Co-opetition: A Revolution Mindset that Combines Competition and Cooperation," Adam M. Brandenburger explores this concept and provides insights into how companies can achieve success by balancing the two st…
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I finally read The Once and Future Witches by Alix E. Harrow! Alternate history, fairytale-infused witchy fantasy, and sisters taking on the world: this book is everything that I love! ...Or is it? Find out in this week's episode! Apologies if it sounds like I have cold--pollen allergies are no joke. The 2am Book Review Club Youtube channel…
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Chapter 1 What's Book Start-up Nation "Start-up Nation" by Dan Senor and Saul Singer is a book that explores Israel's success as a global innovation powerhouse. The authors delve into the unique factors that have allowed Israel to become a leading center for technological innovation and entrepreneurship, such as its culture of risk-taking, military…
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Chapter 1:Summary of the book The Baby Book The Baby Book by William Sears is a comprehensive guide for new parents on raising a healthy and happy baby. The book covers topics such as breastfeeding, sleeping patterns, nutrition, development milestones, health issues, and creating a loving and nurturing bond with your baby. The book emphasizes the i…
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In this bonus episode, we discuss episodes 5 and 6 of Amazon Primes “The Wheel of Time” series 2, “Damane” and “Eyes Without Pity”. We talk about the episodes in relation to the books, this series is an adaptation of books 2+3 “The Great Hunt” and “The Dragon Reborn”, so we try to not spoil anything plot wise after those books. Episode 5, Damane: M…
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Chapter 1:Summary of the book Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are "Are We Smart Enough to Know How Smart Animals Are" by Frans de Waal explores the intelligence of animals and challenges the conventional ways in which we measure intelligence. De Waal argues that animals possess a level of intelligence that is often underappreciated an…
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Chapter 1 What's The Book Zen In The Art Of Writing The book "Zen in the Art of Writing" by Ray Bradbury is a collection of essays by the famous science fiction author that offer insights and advice on the craft of writing. Bradbury shares his thoughts on creativity, inspiration, and the importance of passion in writing. The book is a treasure trov…
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Chapter 1:Summary of a book Lawrence In Arabia "Lawrence In Arabia" by Scott Anderson is a non-fiction book that follows the life and exploits of T.E. Lawrence, also known as Lawrence of Arabia, during World War I. The book explores Lawrence's role in the Arab Revolt against the Ottoman Empire, his influence on the Middle East, and his relationship…
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Chapter 1:Summary of Book The Family Crucible "The Family Crucible" is a book that discusses the concept of family therapy and the role it plays in helping families navigate through conflict and dysfunction. The book follows the story of a family who seeks the help of a therapist, Dr. Carl Whitaker, to address their issues. Through a series of ther…
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This month marks the 50th anniversary of the publication of Stephen King’s first novel, “Carrie.” In the decades since, King has experimented with length, genre and style, but has always maintained his position as one of America’s most famous writers. On this week’s episode, host Gilbert Cruz talks to the novelist Grady Hendrix, who read and re-rea…
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Chapter 1 What's A Book The Rise And Fall Of American Growth "The Rise and Fall of American Growth: The U.S. Standard of Living since the Civil War" by Robert J. Gordon is a book that explores the complex factors that have shaped the economic growth of the United States over the past century and a half. Gordon argues that the rapid economic growth …
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Chapter 1 What's Triumph Of The City Book "Triumph of the City: How Our Greatest Invention Makes Us Richer, Smarter, Greener, Healthier, and Happier" is a book written by Edward L. Glaeser, an economist and professor at Harvard University. In this book, Glaeser explores the power and importance of cities in driving economic growth, innovation, and …
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I Who Have Never Known Men by Jacqueline Harpman (with The Child as the main character) is the post-apocalyptic-novel-featuring-a-protagonist-without-a-proper-name that Luke has been waiting for, following the double-disappointment of The Road (featuring The Man and The Boy) and The Bear (featuring The Man and The Girl). Luke on Mastodon: @lukeburr…
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Chapter 1:Summary of a book Sitting still like a frog " Sitting Still Like a Frog" by Eline Snel is a mindfulness meditation guide for children and their parents. The book provides practical exercises and techniques for helping children develop focus, calmness, and compassion. It teaches children how to pay attention to their bodies and thoughts, m…
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