An Illustrated Halloween Reading List | Wyatt’s World

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These modern classics of horror graphic novels and comics provide layers of chill-inducing menace with their gripping combinations of art, text, and layout. Here are five more suggestions for the Halloween season.

Reading in Translation | Wyatt’s World

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Different rhythms, fresh stories, and landscapes unfamiliar fill the pages of translated novels. Here are five of fall’s buzziest, or simply most startling, picks, offering a diversity of sounds, approaches, and characters.

Tiny Gems: Fall’s Short Stories | Wyatt’s World

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September and October are big months for short stories; here are five choices

Judicious Reading: The Supreme Court Rules the Page | Wyatt’s World

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The U.S. Supreme Court Justices seem to be everywhere right now: from debate topics to late-night broadcasts. Here are five books on the court, its issues, and its role in American life.

Location Reading: Paris on the Page | Wyatt’s World

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Reading about a city, through novels, memoirs, cookbooks, and more, can fuel the dreams of armchair travelers and remind those lucky enough to have visited what they most enjoyed. Here are five books to transport readers to Paris.

TV Readers’ Advisory (RA) | Wyatt’s World

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The fall television season is about to begin, making it a perfect time to pair books with broadcasts. Here is a list for fans of Project Runway.

Music and Lyric | Wyatt’s World

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Autumn will see the publication of a horde of music books, from National Book Award winner Patti Smith’s next memoir to titles by or about Sara Bareilles, Billy Joel, Tom Petty, Sam Phillips, and Carly Simon. Here are five to get the music playing, each accompanied by playlist suggestions.

Fall Expectations: New Ventures | Wyatt’s World

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Coming this fall (either around the corner or in a few weeks) are some riveting works that introduce new perspectives from well-known names.

Continuation Novels, Homages, and Other Ways To Revisit Beloved Characters | Wyatt’s World

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Sherlock Holmes, Jeeves and Wooster, and a zombie-plagued Elizabeth Bennet are but three of the characters brought back from their literary graves to be born again in the pages of a book. Here are five more.

Back to School | Wyatt’s World

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Read in the school year with subject-aligned nonfiction. Be it history, math, art, or literature, there are a plethora of choices no matter the interest. Here are a wide-ranging five.