BookBar has two books that are wonderful resources for parents and their children during the COVID-19 pandemic. These can be ordered online from us with free shipping. Both books offer extensive lists of books for your child to read and …
February Cookbook Club Pick: Jubilee by Toni Tipton-Martin
Toni Tipton-Martin, author of The Jemima Code, is back with another in-depth look at the history of African American cooking, it’s influences on popular dishes today, and, of course, recipes galore, in our February cookbook club pick, Jubilee: Recipes From …
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January Cookbook Club Pick: Shuk by Einat Admony & Janna Gur
Our first cookbook club pick of the New Year, Shuk: From Market to Table, the Heart of Israeli Home Cooking, is a stunning look at the growing Israeli food scene. Balaboosta chef and owner Einat Admony and Al Hashulchan founder …
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The Eight New Releases We’re Excited About In October
Here are some of the new titles we're excited for you to read in October:
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The 7 New Releases We’re Excited About in September
Here are some of the new titles we're excited for you to read in September!
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BookBar Book Review: The Reenactments by Hai-Dang Phan
By Blaine Heydt Hai-Dang Phan’s Reenactments exists in the in-between. Sorry Stranger Things fans, nothing otherworldly about it, this work is in this world and of this world. Reenactments’ “in-between” lies in the idea that life exists between our current …
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BookBar Book Review: How To Love A Country by Richard Blanco
By Ginny Short Blanco’s recent book of poems is vivid and startling. There is no pretense of language or cleverness or attempt at intellectual gymnastics in this collection. What I love about it most is that it is completely approachable. …
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BookBar Blog: Keep Going by Austin Kleon
By Kateri Kramer I’ve felt “stuck” creatively since I graduated from my MFA program. Whether that was because of burnout, the anxiety of influence, or the daily stresses of life I can’t say for sure. All I know is …
13 Favorite Kids’ Books from a New Mom
By Becky LeJeune I’ve loved reading all my life and it’s a love I hope to instill in my son. Of course that means we’ve already started reading to him (and amassing a large number of books for his own …