Books

Little Free Library

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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Prayer For NC

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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Our State's Summer Reading List presented by Great Smoky Mountains Railroad

Summer Reading List from The Regulator Bookshop

As summer comes to a close, our final Summer Reading List of the year comes from The Regulator Bookshop in Durham. See what the staff recommends for your next read. Scroll down to see their picks. From Tonie Lilley Alif
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Our State's Summer Reading List presented by Great Smoky Mountains Railroad

Summer Reading List from Highland Books

See what Highland Books in Brevard recommends in the seventh Summer Reading List of 2013.
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Judy Goldman: Writing to Understand

Words serve as a tool for a Charlotte author to make sense of a complicated family relationship.
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Our State's Summer Reading List presented by Great Smoky Mountains Railroad

Summer Reading List from Purple Crow Books

See what Purple Crow Books in Hillsborough recommends in the sixth Summer Reading List of 2013.
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