Makeup Reading | Wyatt’s World

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From 10-Minute Makeup to Love, Lashes, and Lipstick to The Daily Face

A Busman’s Holiday of Books | Wyatt’s World

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Get caught up in children’s literature, publication battles, annotated works, and investigations into the process of reading with these titles from the experts.

End Your Summer Reading Some Firsts | Wyatt’s World

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Johansen’s debut is already on its way to becoming a movie franchise, Jones delivers a suspenseful blend of genres, McNeal evokes the Big Easy of the 1960s, Owen’s setting is spellbinding, Thomas’s sweeping family saga is leisurely paced

World War II Reading | Wyatt’s World

Neptune

Five titles for World War II history readers; from The Fantastic Laboratory of Dr. Weigl to The Dog Who Could Fly to Neptune

Reading Hollywood (or Thereabouts) | Wyatt’s World

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Lives are upended in Arts & Entertainments, Bloom’s character-rich coming-of-age story, Grant’s memoir illustrates the virtue of resilience, Harvey on the intimate power of film, and glitzy beach reading from Sohn.

A Different Kind of Beach Reading | Wyatt’s World

In the Kingdom of Ice

From adventures to tragedies to court cases and more, here are five titles that allow readers to get their feet wet without leaving home.

Meat, Smoke, and Fire: Five Books for the Grilling Season | Wyatt’s World

Fire and Smoke

Fieri’s fun, everybody-can-do-it guide, Ford’s smart & grand book for cooks with big dreams, champion pitmaster Lilly guides everyday cooks, Mylan’s chic guide to all things meat, and a gang of London chefs do BBQ, and much more.

Wrapping Up Audiobook Month: Audio Suggestions for the Casual Listener | Wyatt’s World

The Book Thief

Corduner’s steady voice reads the The Book Thief, Lamia and Oduye highlight Kidd’s many strengths, Reading delivers with verve and keenness, a plummy performance from Rhind-Tutt, Vance nimbly navigates history

He Says: Five Excellent Male Narrators | Wyatt’s World

Mr. Mercedes

Bramhall has a rich, appealingly gruff voice, Herrmann combines a deft hand at pacing, emotionally dimensional accents from Jackson, Petkoff keeps listeners invested, Patton is joyfully easy on the ear

She Says: Five Excellent Female Narrators | Wyatt’s World

Lost Sisterhood

The warm voice of Campbell well matches Fortier’s time-slip novel, Cassidy helps listeners establish a strong sense of engagement, listeners can trust Ikeda’s skill, King knows how to bring a novel to life, Sterlin is a narrator to know.

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