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World Book Night

A Million reasons to read a book

In January I heard that the US was making its first attempt to participate in World Book Night – an organized night that exists to promote reading around the world. The idea was simple: take 30 of the most popular novels out in publication today, and what I imagine to be thousands of volunteers who absolutely love reading, and then stalk, accost, chat up, and just plain engage people on the street who seem like they need a push in the direction of literature.

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on Friday, May 4th, 2012
in the category What We're Reading

Best Non-ABRAMS Books of 2011

ABRAMS employees’ favorite titles from other publishers

One of my favorite things about the end of the year is reading all “best-of” lists that come out. I love getting ideas for books to read, TV shows to watch, movies to see, etc., which led me to the idea of enlisting my colleagues help in making a best-of list of our own. I give you the ABRAMS employees’ best non-ABRAMS books of 2011 (and some from before 2011) to give or read:

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on Friday, December 16th, 2011
in the category What We're Reading

Welcome to the new ABRAMS Blog!

Reflections on our new endeavor

Welcome to the new ABRAMS Blog! We’re thrilled to embark on this terrifically exciting endeavor. We hope that this can serve as a forum for the diverse range of ideas and expertise that make ABRAMS such a unique place to work. You’ll see a week and a half of posts before this, so we encourage you to read through all of last week’s content as well.

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on Monday, April 25th, 2011
in the category Graphic Novels, What We're Reading, Who We Are

Today is Poem in Your Pocket Day

In Celebration of National Poetry Month by Bruno Navasky

One of the most joyful days of a joyful month arrives on April 14: Poem in Your Pocket Day. The day takes its name from a poem by the noted children’s book author Beatrice Schenk de Regniers. The poem begins:

Keep a poem in your pocket
And a picture in your head
And you’ll never feel lonely
At night when you’re in bed.

The little poem will sing to you
The little picture bring to you
A dozen dreams to dance to you
At night when you’re in bed.

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on Thursday, April 14th, 2011
in the category Featured Book, Poetry, Poetry Month, What We're Reading