A reader and teacher on the educational philosophy she calls the Young Goodman Brown effect, named after the story by Nathaniel Hawthorne.
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One reader takes a trip through their neighborhood of East Rogers Park in Chicago and explores the Little Free Libraries.
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A reader looks back at a tough year in reading, the books left unfinished, and a title that turned out to be the right book at the right time.
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A reader of Irish heritage gets acquainted with the country through two books set against farms in Ireland.