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The 50th anniversary of Joseph Coco’s “Full Moon Series” is being celebrated with a 260-page, full-color, coffee-table art book.Frenchtown Bookshop in Frenchtown, N.J., will host a book signing …

Reviewing a book that has become as wildly popular as “Lessons in Chemistry” (Doubleday), the debut novel by author Bonnie Garmus, always gives me pause. Praising a late-career first novel …

Bucks County Free Library will launch a series of free virtual talks with bestselling writers beginning in January. “We’re excited to offer virtual talks with authors whose books are popular …

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I couldn’t let 2022 slip into history without noting the passing of British author and illustrator Raymond Briggs earlier this year in Brighton, England at age 88. His obituary referred to him as a …

Illustrator Pat Achilles of Doylestown and her son Tom Achilles of Brooklyn, N.Y., have collaborated on a book of gag cartoons titled “Zeitgeist Meetup,” and will be signing copies at The …

There may be hundreds of billions of planets in the universe, but there is only one planet like ours. From the soil where crops for food are grown to the atmosphere that provides the air we …

 As devoted readers may be aware, Sept. 18 through 24 was Banned Books Week, an “annual event celebrating the freedom to read” that brings the entire community of book lovers to voice our support for books that express a broad spectrum of ideas, including those that we may disagree with, and that at one time or another have been in danger of being censored or completely banned. 

The Elisabeth Haub School of Law at Pace University will host a conversation with Maya K. van Rossum, the Delaware Riverkeeper and founder of Green Amendments for the Generations, to celebrate the launch of the second edition of her book …

The Hunterdon County Historical Society will host a book sale from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 15, in front of the Doric House Museum, 114 Main St., Flemington, N.J.

At a time when millions of Americans are walking away from their jobs in what’s called “The Great Resignation,” local author and former high-tech PR executive James Kerr will share his story of …

These days, most visitors to the picturesque Poconos town of Jim Thorpe are tourists enjoying white water rafting, mountain biking, paintball, hiking, dining, riding the historic railway or simply …

New York Times Best Selling Author Elin Hilderbrand will be the keynote speaker for the kickoff event of the 5th annual Bucks County Book Festival. She will present her latest novel, “The Hotel …

Local mystery writer Mark McNease has released his third book set in Lambertville, N.J. In “Open Secrets: A Maggie Dahl Mystery,” McNease offers the second installment in a series featuring …

Severn River Publishing will release “2 STREET,” Chris Bauer’s third installment in the Blessid Trauma Crime Scene Cleaners series, on Oct. 18.

The author of “Changing the Game: Your Guide for Transforming Wild Game into Game-Changing Meals” shares the secrets of preparing and cooking wild game and offers samples of his favorite recipes.

“Graceland, at Last: Notes on Hope and Heartache from the American South” (Milkweed Editions) is a collection of over 60 essays by author Margaret Renkl selected from those that have graced the …

The Friends of the Doylestown Library will begin accepting book donations again on Friday, Aug. 12. Gently used books, as well as audio book CDs, will be accepted daily in the donation bin at the …

The Doylestown Bookshop welcomes author Bonnie Kistler for an in-person event, to discuss and sign copies of her novel, “The Cage,” at 6 p.m. Friday, Aug. 12.

If you haven’t already been to the beach, what are you waiting for? It’s summer! Here are three recommended reads to keep you comfy company while you pour the frosty beverage of your choice …

Debbie Rovin Murphy, an elementary school teacher in the Council Rock School District for more than 25 years, has written “Jackie and the Mona Lisa,” an account of how the 35th first lady helped …

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