Hidden Figures by Margot Lee Shetterly

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An inspirational book that can positively influence women is “Hidden Figures” by Margot Lee Shetterly of which had a film based on her book released this past January. “It focuses particularly on black women who 

My Drunk Kitchen by Hannah Hart

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And the internet wins again! Hannah Hart, once regular New York City dweller and self proclaimed drunken chef now has her own cookbook called My Drunk Kitchen, based on her popular web series by the 

Gillian Flynn’s Gone Girl

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  With the movie coming out in early October, haunting trailers of this murder mystery have been invading our TV screens and we are definitely hooked. The book, to which the movie is based on, 

Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar

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  Looking for the next item to add to your reading list? It definitely should be this timeless classic. Sylvia Plath’s The Bell Jar is one of those rare combinations of a story that is 

This is How You Lose Her

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If you’re looking for a great summer read, this is definitely something to look out for. Junot Diaz made a name for himself as a writer when he won the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction for 

Book Teaches Acceptance and Friendship Through Two Baseball Legends

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  “The Greatest Story Never Told” is a story of friendship and acceptance by New York Times bestselling author Ray Negron and illustrator Laura Seeley. The book features two boyswho are sharing a hospital room—Skippy, 

Ray Negron Pays Tribute to Yankee Stadium in “One Last Time”

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“One Last Time: Good-Bye Yankee Stadium” is a love letter to the original Yankee Stadium by Ray Negron, who has spent 40 years working there and forming close relationships with some of the biggest personalities