Some Book Stories for the End of July

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The First Black-Owned Bookstore and the Fight for Freedom. Black abolitionist David Ruggles opened the first Black-owned bookstore in 1834, pointing the way to freedom—in more ways than one.

 

Public libraries have been vital in times of crisis – from conflict to Covid-19

 

zhongshugeTake a look at the dreamy book tunnels in this beautiful Beijing bookstore.

 

Mary Trump’s book sold almost a million copies by the end of its publication day.

 

rainbowWhy do people on the internet care so much about how other people organize their books?

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Jasper Fforde on rabbits, racism and writing fiction ‘to slightly improve a flawed world’

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