• From Timbuktu To Duck And Cover By Lewis Lucke | Official Book Trailer

    From Timbuktu To Duck And Cover By Lewis Lucke | Official Book Trailer0

    While spending thirty years overseas in the US Foreign Service, and living in eleven countries and working in many more, Ambassador Lucke accumulated many stories that would never have happened “at home.” His work took him to Timbuktu (twice), to places in West Africa where kids ran away in fear at their first glimpse of

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  • The Borders Of Our Minds | David H. Mould

    The Borders Of Our Minds | David H. Mould2

    David H. Mould introduces us to his new book, Postcards from the Borderlands, during his presentation, The Borders of Our Minds, hosted by Adams Memorial Library in Latrobe, PA. What are borders? Are they simply political and geographical, marked by posts, walls and fences, or should we think of them more broadly? In his third

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  • 5 Facts About Cameroon From Africa Memoir

    5 Facts About Cameroon From Africa Memoir2

    Learn about Cameroon, a Central West African country similar in size to the U.S. State of California, with these 5 facts about Cameroon from Africa Memoir: 50 Years, 54 Countries, One American Life by Mark G. Wentling. Visit all 54 African countries with an adventurous American guide who has spent over half a century on

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  • Postcards From The Borderlands By David H. Mould | Official Book Trailer

    Postcards From The Borderlands By David H. Mould | Official Book Trailer2

    What are borders? Are they simply political and geographical, marked by posts, walls and fences, or should we think of them more broadly? In his third book on travel, history and culture, college professor, historian and journalist David Mould rambles through a dozen countries in Asia and southern Africa exploring what borders mean to their

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  • Literary Holidays During The Month Of January

    Literary Holidays During The Month Of January0

    January is National Braille Literacy Month! Plus book lovers young and old will want to celebrate Winnie the Pooh Day, Thesaurus Day, Edgar Allan Poe’s birthday, and Burns Supper (Robert Burns’s Birthday) during the month of January. Literary holidays during the month of January include: January 1-31: National Braille Literacy Month January 2: National Science

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  • How To Read More Books In 2021

    How To Read More Books In 20210

    A New Year marks a new start. Make 2021 your best reading year yet. Here are 10 tips on how to read more books in 2021. Still experiencing reader burnout? Check out these top 10 ways to get over a reading slump.

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