Jun 21

A history of the African-American struggle for freedom and equality, beginning with the capture of Africans in 1619, continuing through the American Revolution, the Civil War, and into contemporary times…. More >>

Now Is Your Time: The African-American Struggle for Freedom

Jun 20

Who Put the Butter in Butterfly

Posted by Soliloquy in Braille

Bestselling author and pop-culture pundit David Feldman demystifies our language’s most curious cliches and quips. From cooties and mugwumps to Ps and Qs and Peeping Tom, this is a doozie of a diversion…. More >>

Who Put the Butter in Butterfly

Jun 19

Hang tough, Paul Mather

Posted by Soliloquy in Braille

Paul Mather’s a pitcher — a really good one. His off speed pitch is enough to bowl a kid backward, and his fast ball is pure smoke. There isn’t anything he can’t throw, from sliders, change-ups, and sinkers to a mean curve ball that breaks at just the right moment. He’s pitched no-hitters and perfect games. To Paul, pitching is what you live for and why you live.Lately, though, Paul hasn’t been allowed to do much of anything, much less play ball. He’s got leukemia. More >>

Hang tough, Paul Mather

Jun 18

Please Pass the Guilt

Posted by Soliloquy in Braille

When a boorish millionaire and a Mets fan with a phony name show up at his door with a tempting case, Nero Wolf finds himself investigating corporate treachery, domestic intrigue, and worse. Reissue. NYT. … More >>

Please Pass the Guilt

Jun 18

When Swedish look-alike brothers Snip, Snapp, and Snurr crave butter for their bread, they discover what has to happen for Mother to be able to make it, in this classic step-by-step tale. Reprint…. More >>

Snipp, Snapp, Snurr and the buttered bread

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