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If you've ever thought about reading some Susan Sontag, not only do we highly recommend her - we also made a guide to help you get started: [ On.nypl.org Link ]

Where to Start with Susan Sontag

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Happy birthday, Susan Sontag! Did you know she didn't like Charles Dickens? [ On.nypl.org Link ]

7 Facts You May Not Know About Susan Sontag

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Share the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr. with your little ones with these wonderful books and DVDs for children: [ On.nypl.org Link ]

Martin Luther King Jr. Books and DVDs For Children

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Check out newly-digitized photos from the Schomburg Center's collections of the Works Progress Administration's Federal Theatre Project and other productions: [ On.nypl.org Link ]

Clone of Schomburg Treasures: WPA Photographs

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One of our regular patrons at 53rd Street Library NYPL also happens to be a children's book author and illustrator! Our librarian interviewed @aramkimart about her work: [ On.nypl.org Link ]

An Interview with Children's Author Aram Kim

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Keep your resolution to get in shape by following the lead of these famous authors: [ On.nypl.org Link ]

Exercise Like Your Favorite Author

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Work out like your favorite authors, conquer negative thinking, learn about diversity, and more with #fridayreads: [ On.nypl.org Link ]

NYPL #FridayReads: The Dickinson Workout Edition January 13, 2016

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Thank you to everyone who has taken part in #ReadersUnite so far! We've loved seeing what so many people around the world are reading to kick off 2017. Here are a few highlights - and it's not too late to post your own #ReadersUnite and let us know what you're reading: [ On.nypl.org Link ]
We're back with live reading recommendations! Looking for your next read? We're with two of NYPL's expert librarians to help you! Comment with a genre or a few books or authors you love, and they'll work their magic to find your next great read. If you miss the live broadcast, check out all the ways you can get personal book recommendations here: [ On.nypl.org Link ]
Happy birthday, Haruki Murakami! Which of his books is your favorite? One of our librarians has a clear winner: [ On.nypl.org Link ]

What I talk about when I talk about Haruki Murakami

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Happy birthday, Alexander Hamilton! Our archives are full of materials from the life of this Founding Father: [ On.nypl.org Link ]

Hamilton, An American Musical: A Reading and Resource List

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"I'm the most proud of being a mom, a school crossing guard, and a patron of the Library." - Casila "Syndi" Chaluisan, Crossing Guard
Hear correspondence from Nelson Mandela to his sister-in-law Niki Iris Xaba recited by Academy Award winning rapper, poet, and actor Common: [ On.nypl.org Link ]

Live from the Reading Room: Nelson Mandela to Niki Iris Xaba

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We frequently hear about diversity, but why is diversity important? Recently, we hosted a panel gathered to address the critical role of diversity in democracy - hear what they had to say: [ On.nypl.org Link ]

Podcast #146: Our Compelling Interests: A Panel on Diversity and Democracy

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Catch the 5th Annual Black Comic Book Festival, talks with artists and authors, and more: [ On.nypl.org Link ]

NYPL Events: What's Happening 1/9-1/23

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We've watched #ReadersUnite all around the world in the last week! Share what you're reading on social media with #ReadersUnite to join in the conversation.

New York Public Library's #ReadersUnite initiative links book lovers all over the globe

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Ward off winter with a cup of tea, a blanket, and one of these winter reads recommended by our patrons: [ On.nypl.org Link ]

Winter Reads: A Reading List from Open Book Night

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If you've ever thought about running away to join the circus, these books are for you: [ On.nypl.org Link ]

Books for Circus Fans

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