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Philip J. Kowalski
Philip J. Kowalski

By A World Without Books on Jun 10, 2021

Philip J. Kowalski has taught courses in critical thinking and American literature at Wake Forest University and the University of North Carolina, Greensboro. He lives on the North Shore of Massachusetts. C...

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Elizabeth Gauffreau
Elizabeth Gauffreau

By A World Without Books on Jun 03, 2021

"As long as I can read whatever books I want the world is mine--to experience, to take delight in, to reflect upon, to learn from."

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Keith Madsen
Keith Madsen

By A World Without Books on May 27, 2021

"What would parenthood be like without reading books to your children? There was Where the Wild Things Are, and The Runaway Bunny, anything by Dr. Seuss. Through books I have bonded with children and grandchildren as well as taking time to spur their imagination about what the world can be."

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Donna Koros Stramella
Donna Koros Stramella

By A World Without Books on May 20, 2021

"The Giving Tree taught me to be kind, the Nancy Drew Mystery Series showed me it was good to be inquisitive, and classics like Treasure Island took me to new places. Books inspired me to be a better person, to see the world, to improve my own writing."

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Steven Armstrong
Steven Armstrong

By A World Without Books on May 13, 2021

"It is my hope that anyone who reads Dragon Daughter comes away feeling a bit more connected to themselves and those around them--especially their siblings, either by blood, adoptive, or chosen."

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Joshua M. Greene
Joshua M. Greene

By A World Without Books on Apr 29, 2021

“Inside the upside down universe of the Nazi camps, if you were found hiding a book you would be murdered for disobeying camp rules. In that universe words lost their meaning, words as we used them didn’t exist.”

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