Books

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Raleigh’s 50 Foot Librarian: Hunt Library

At North Carolina State University’s Hunt Library, “whoosh” replaces “shhh” as robots zip along the state-of-the-art building’s five-story trove of tomes.
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The Wilderness Poet: George Ellison

At home in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park, naturalist and writer George Ellison and his artist wife, Elizabeth, find peace and inspiration.
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27 Views of Home

How many perspectives does it take to tell the story of a place? A publisher in Hillsborough may have found the magic number.
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Bobcat and Other Stories by Rebecca Lee

Bobcat and Other Stories by Rebecca Lee

A collection of short stories reveals the charms and complications of everyday life.
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Take a Book, Leave a Book: Little Free Libraries

Those little wooden boxes aren’t birdhouses — they’re libraries, and one may be coming to a street near you.
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Faith and Equality: 5 Books That Inspire Win Bassett

Writer, lawyer, divinity student – Win Bassett shares five books on faith and equality that shaped his perspective on life.
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Crossroads of the Natural World by Tom Earnhardt

Crossroads of the Natural World by Tom Earnhardt

Tom Earnhardt’s new book is not a field guide, but it will lead you to think differently about our state.
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Rich Leonard

Family Portrait

A retired judge brings to life the Revolutionary War in North Carolina with a story of a distant relative.
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Pecan—How Do You Say It?

How one word divides North Carolinians.
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Celia Whitfield's Boy by Bill Thompson

Celia Whitfield’s Boy by Bill Thompson

A young man comes of age in a fast-changing region.
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