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From memoirs by Michelin-starred chefs and cutting-edge farmers to recipes collected in a concentration camp, writing that will feed your soul. [Read More]
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Collections of verse, from the prizewinning to the more obscure, that explore themes of nature, science and psychology. [Read More]
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The Times's Match Book columnist, who writes a literary advice column, shares the reading-intensive process by which she chooses the books she recommends. [Read More]
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Ferdinand the peaceful bull, a blue crayon named Red and other misunderstood heroes who teach kids it's ok to be themselves. [Read More]
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High-minded novels and stories that favor fairy tales, unsolved crimes and dystopian drama over the ubiquitous run-of-the-mill plots in today's fiction. [Read More]
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In time for the new academic year, novels set in elite boarding schools contain heartwarming coming-of-age tales and twisted adolescent dramas alike. [Read More]
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A reader desires romance — dazzling, literary, unsettled by time. Our columnist responds with titles by John Fowles, Italo Calvino, A. S. Byatt and others. [Read More]
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Our Match Book columnist offers insightful life studies, correspondence and peeks into the curio cabinet, for fans of biographies of creative types. [Read More]
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A reader who loved "A Suitable Boy" and "The Forsyte Saga" seeks more big fat novels with family trees. [Read More]
A book club focused on literature of the environment, from nature memoirs to natural history and science, seeks to expand its reading list. [Read More]
For long trips with adult passengers and shorter trips with kids, our columnist recommends great audiobooks to hold drivers' attention. [Read More]
Wherein the bookish commuter's lament — "The most I can read is for 30 minutes and that's typically a train or bus ride" — is... [Read More]
For a couple who reads aloud to each other, our columnist suggests titles with standout voices. [Read More]
In a special travel edition of Match Book, our columnist offers recommendations geared toward discovery and self-discovery. [Read More]
"I'm looking for books in which the main character is a young boy of color. I want him to be doing the normal, funny things... [Read More]
Reader, rejoice: People are still wooing each other with books. Our columnist suggests titles to impress a love interest whose tastes run to fantasy. [Read More]
In our new column connecting readers with books, a busy dad seeks the new Updike and a grandmother hunts for heroines for her 7-year-old twin... [Read More]
Harry Potter did not make my list. There. I said it. I read every last one of the wizard’s adventures, I swear, but now the... [Read More]
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