Banned Books Week is an annual celebration of the freedom to read. Sponsored by the American Library Association, the American Booksellers Association, the American Publishers Association, the Freedom to Read Foundation and others, Banned Books Week highlights the...
Law school involves a lot or reading. Cases, journal articles, treatises, hornbooks, nutshells, your outline. You have papers to write, articles to edit, sources to find, and research to conduct. Some of the reading is interesting. Some of it – not so much. ...
The Library of Congress National Book Festival takes place on Saturday, September 5, 10 am – 10pm at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center. This year marks the 15th year for the Festival. Meet authors, have copies signed and visit displays by the Library...
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