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Link Love

August 11, 2017

“Be awesome! Be a book nut!”
― Dr. Seuss

 

It's time for Link Love again, where I share some of my favorite bookish articles from the past week. Hope you enjoy!

 

First we have an interview on NPR about some of the exciting new and upcoming page-to-screen adaptations. I am especially curious about the handling of Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan Novels. They were among my favorites last year, and I am a bit protective of them...

Upcoming On-Screen Book Adaptations

 

Next, I came across this heartening article in The New York Times, which highlights libraries providing free meals for children in the summer. “For kids to be well-read, they need to be well-fed.”

Free Lunch at the Library

 

PBS announced their intention to unveil America's favorite books in a new TV series coming to us next summer. I am very curious what they will choose. What are some of your favorite American books?

PBS to Unveil America's Favorite Books in New TV Series

 

On Bookbub, I found a list of historical novels, and as this is one of my favorite genres and you will by now know I love a list, I had to include it:-)

18 Best Historical Novels for Readers Looking for a Challenge

 

And finally, I couldn't end this post without a contribution from The Guardian. This week they look at some of the real buildings behind some of fiction's best-known houses.

Pemberley, Manderley, and Howard's End: the real buildings behind fictional houses

 

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