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NPR launches THE spot for summer reading

NPR.org launched its summer books website this week, and it's full of suggestions for summer reading  as well as a list of the 10 best cookbooks (and recipes) and a variety of columns. My favorite so far: the extremely funny column from Friend of the Blog Brad Meltzer on why real men read Twilight. Who knew?

NPR will update the website throughout Labor Day.


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