Early Learning and the Bottom Line
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These Books Amp Up The Adrenaline In Summer Reading
NPR's Audie Cornish talks with Jonah Ogles, editor of Outside Magazine, about adventure reads — summer books about survival. On his list: a tale of an 11-year-old who survives a plane crash.
Exploring The 'Wild And Haunting World Of Dolphins'
In her new book, Voices in the Ocean, Susan Casey describes the life of dolphins and details some new threats the animals face, such as organized dolphin kills and man-made sounds in the ocean.
'Dragonfish' Offers A Noir Vision Of An 'American Dream Gone Rancid'
The debut novel by Vu Tran is a crime drama involving a white cop, his Vietnamese-born ex-wife and her new husband, a violent crime boss. Maureen Corrigan calls Dragonfish a "haunting literary novel."
Daniel Romano's Eccentric 'Countrypolitan' Sound Blends Sincerity And Irony
Canadian musician Daniel Romano specializes in country music that's a throwback to a bygone era. Rock critic Ken Tucker calls his new album, If I've Only One Time Askin', a "moving collection."
Planned Parenthood Opponents Talk Government Shutdown After Bill Fails
An effort to strip Planned Parenthood of federal funding failed in the Senate on Monday, but the fight isn't over. That was only the opening volley in a larger funding battle to play out in September.
At Hope Meadows In Illinois, Older Adults Help Families Care For Foster Children
Families who adopt foster kids need a lot of support. In Rantoul, Illinois, families get help in a community called Hope Meadows from older adults who've moved there just for that purpose.
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