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Neurodiversity in the Workplace

The term neurodiversity was coined by Australian social scientist Judy Singer and refers to the range or diversity of ways humans think, learn and relate to others.

Astrophysics and Picture Books: Surprisingly Similar

My job is to detect planets around newborn stars. I study astrophysics because I love astronomy's outlook, the way it places us in awe-inspiring scales of space and time. As I wrote The Big Bang Book, I found that translating the adult world into approachable language for children does something similar: children's books simplify and lend us perspective, just like science explained well.

Asa Stahl

Collected Letters From the Heart

Today's the day Americans will send 145 million Valentine's Day cards and spend more than $27 billion, including $2.4 billion on candy, $2.3 billion on flowers and nearly $1.7 billion on gifts for pets. And that's with only 55% of Americans even celebrating.

Earth Day Turns 50

Many of us will be spending Earth Day at home for the first time in years. April 22, 2020, marks the 50th anniversary of the event, the brainchild of Gaylord Nelson, U.S. senator from Wisconsin, who was moved to start a "national teach-in on the environment" after he witnessed the devastation of a 1969 oil spill in Santa Barbara, Calif.

Boisterous Board Books

Silly books can make for some great read-alouds. Here we have three board books perfect for sharing, playing and laughing.

We Are All Singing Island Songs Now

We are a world of islands now, a global human archipelago with six-foot degrees of separation. My favorite reads lately seem to reflect this moment, when we are singing island songs to each other.

MDC’s Miami Book Fair and the National Endowment for the Arts Present The Big Read Miami 2020

Miami,–Miami Dade College’s (MDC) acclaimed Miami Book Fair (MBF) will celebrate community togetherness, open literary discussion, and creative expression during the month of March with activities such as the film documentary, LOS VIEJOS (THE OLDIES), about Cuba’s elderly musicians, a pop-up exhibit by artist Linda Faneuf, and a keynote presentation by Roz Chast, author of this year’s TheBig Read Miami 2020 selection, Can’t We Talk About Something More Pleasant?.

Gift Books: Let's Eat

Our annual food issue always presents the problem of choice. So many fabulous cookbooks, so little room. Below we have 15 reviews, and here we offer six review lets, because we love cookbooks.

Tiger, Tiger, Burning Bright

The postponement of the 2020 Masters Tournament brings both bad and good news to golf fans: no golf to watch, and more time to read. Two worthy books about the tournament's defending champion, Tiger Woods, will pleasantly fill some golf-free hours.

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