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Author events at Fearrington's McIntyre bookstoreAuthor events at Fearrington's McIntyre bookstore
[Jan. 29, 2004] Haven Kimmel will read from her new novel, Something Rising: Light and Swift in the Fearrington Barn and Blake Crouch will read from his new book Desert Places: A Novel of Terror. . By Rebekah Cowell
 
Baby board books you can sink your teeth intoBaby board books you can sink your teeth into
[Jan. 22, 2004] For parents of babies and toddlers, no explanation of the words “board book” is necessary, but for the rest of you, a board book is a book of very few pages that is made out of hard cardboard to stand up to ripping, stomping, and chewing. Especially chewing. By Adrienne Ehlert Bashista
Also: Book Talker
 
If You Like Harry Potter… Then Try These New Fantasy NovelsIf You Like Harry Potter… Then Try These New Fantasy Novels
[Jan. 6, 2004] Now that we’re well into winter the excitement about the newest Harry Potter has died down. The next installment's rumored release date isn’t until 2006! Fortunately, I have some suggestions for all the fantasy junkies out there. By Adrienne Ehlert Bashista
 
Secret Life of Bees author to visit Chatham
[Jan. 5, 2004] Chatham County readers will meet the woman behind the book when Sue Monk Kidd, author of The Secret Life of Bees, speaks at the Fearrington Barn on Saturday, January 10 at 11 a.m. and signs copies of her first novel that has been the "Community Read" here for four months. By Brad Kosiba
Also: Friends of the Pittsboro Library

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