The 3 Books Barack Obama Thinks Everyone Should Read This Spring: Critical Linking, May 16, 2019

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“As president, Obama embraced the role of bookworm-in-chief, regularly offering recommendations based on his own voracious reading. He hasn’t given up the habit since leaving the oval office. Recently he took to Facebook to offer a short but eclectic list of must read titles for spring. Get ready to fill up your e-reader or beach bag.”

I’m so glad that the reader-in-chief still offers up regular book recommendations. Will you be reading any of these?

“This free-to-use set features images of cats found in the Library’s collections. Staff “experts” contributed their favorite photos, posters & illustrations. Enjoy!”

The Library of Congress doing vital work

“Last year, we learned that R.L. Stine – one of the biggest authors in America, having created Goosebumps and Fear Street – signed a four book deal with BOOM! Studios to create his first ever original graphic novels under the Just Beyond banner.

And now we know that Just Beyond: The Scare School, the debut graphic novel in the series, has already sold over 200,000 copies – well before it releases everywhere books are sold on September 3rd.”

That’s impressive

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