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Dana Goldstein surveys the history of American public education and offers suggestions for its reform.
Galileo. Newton. Salk. Curie. Science can change the world, but has Ellie’s grandfather gone too far?
Raina and her younger sister work out their sibling rivalry on a long and eventful car trip to a family reunion.
The decade-long battle to overcome the ban against James Joyce’s “Ulysses” in America extended the definition of free speech.
In three picture books, dancers who prefer to practice alone learn to share their talents with others.
Some are prim and petite, while others are stout and slobbery. But one way or another, these canine characters come out on top.
Vikram Chandra, novelist and computer programmer, traces the connections between these two worlds of art and technology.
New books by Joseph T. Hallinan, Clifton Crais, Jason Padgett and Maureen Seaberg, Jennifer Ouellette, and Jonathan Rottenberg.
A variety of inventive apps are devoted to Greek, Latin and the history of Greco-Roman civilization.
Jacqueline Woodson’s memoir in verse offers poems about sibling rivalry, parents and the friends who help you through.
Also: How to tell you're in a Balzac novel; Ernest Hemingway's letters.
Comics critic Etelka Lehoczky says the wildly discordant art styles in a new graphic novel compilation of World War I poetry work to illuminate the emotional chaos of soldiers on the Western Front.