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Filed Under: Audio in Advance, Audiobooks, Nonfiction Previews Tagged With: 42 Faith, Agent, Alec Baldwin, Anatomy of Fascism, Anne Edwards, Anne Lamott, Arnie, Arnold Palmer, Arun Gandhi, Beauty Sick, Big Five, Boko Haram, Carol Pope, Christopher De Bellaigue, Cliff Ennico, Climate of Hope, Criminal Profiling, Crowdfunding Handbook, Daphne du Maurier, David Leite, Death of the Banker, DNA, Do I Make Myself Clear?, Ed Henry, espionage, faith, Fifth Trimester, Financial Dynasties, Gift of Anger, Hallelujah Anyway, Harold Evans, House of Windsor, Incendiary, Islamic Enlightenment, Jackie Robinson, Joe Novarro, Joel Salinas, John Bacon, John Saunders, Keith Law, Lauren Smith Brody, Longer Life, Mad Bomber, Manderley Forever, Manic Depression, Matriarch, Mercy, Michael Cannell, Michael R. Bloomberg, Mirror Touch, My Cubs, Nevertheless, Notes on a Banana, Paul Joseph Fronczak, Playing Hurt, Queen Mary, Renee Engelin, Rob Sheffield, Robert Paxton, Ron Chernow, Sanjiv Chopra, Save the Planet, Scott Simon, Smart Baseball, spectrum, statistics, Stolen Girls, synesthesia, Tatiana de Rosnay, The Angel: The Egyptian Spy Who Saved Israel, The Beatles, The Foundling, Thomas Lowenstein, Three Minutes to Doomsday, Tom Callahan, Traitor, Trials of Walter Ogrod, Uri Bar-Joseph, Wolfgang Bauer Discussion: Leave a Comment
By Liz French on December 10, 2015
This week, “What We’re Reading” staffers go to the movies (and to the theater, the zoo, and on a quick trip to the land of dragons) as antidote to real life.
Filed Under: Books, Featured, In the Bookroom, What We're Reading Tagged With: Alexander Hamilton, And Tango Makes Three, Berlin Wall, Central Park, Eliza Hamilton, Hamilton: An American Musical, Helen Gahagan Douglas, I Blame Dennis Hopper, Illeana Douglas, Jennifer A. Nielsen, Kent Jones, Kevin Corrigan, LJWWR, Martin Scorsese, Melvyn Douglas, movie memoirs, Naomi Novik, Ron Chernow, staffreads, Steven Spielberg