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Reeve Lindbergh On Her Mother's Life And Writings
Thursday, 04/26/12
By Jane Lindholm
Anne Morrow Lindbergh was a prolific writer, publishing a number of books during her lifetime, many chronicling her life with her aviator husband, Charles. Now, her daughter Reeve Lindbergh is sharing a new chapter in her family's story, publishing "Against Wind & Tide," a book of her mother's letters and journals that span 1947-1986.
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Single Dads, Teenage Daughters: A Survival Guide
Wednesday, 04/04/12
By Jane Lindholm
Navigating a teenage girl's experiences and emotions can be tough on parents, and sometimes overwhelming for single fathers. There are cliques and crushes, dating, puberty, hormones and eating disorders to contend with. We talk to the authors of a new book: "But Dad! A Survival Guide For Single Fathers Of Tween And Teen Daughters."
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Howard Frank Mosher Reflects On His "Journey Home"
Thursday, 03/08/12
By Jane Lindholm
The day he turned 65, Howard Frank Mosher also finished radiation treatments for prostate cancer. The very next day, he set out on his own to drive across the country. In his newest book, Mosher writes about his adventures, and reflects back on his life and career as a writer.
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The Homegrown Publishing Industry
Tuesday, 07/19/11
By Jane Lindholm
Like other "buy local" movements, book publishing has become a homegrown affair - whether it's using a small independent publisher or doing it yourself.
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Summer Reading Show
Friday, 06/24/11
By Mitch Wertlieb
Suspense stories, crime thrillers and political tomes.  There's a wide world of summer reading choices out there. Tell us your recommendations for vacation reads, and find out what other VPR listeners are reading.
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Overdiagnosis Can Cause Health Problems, Doctor Says
Wednesday, 01/26/11
By Jane Lindholm
In health care, the conventional wisdom is that early diagnosis can lead to better outcomes, but a group of doctors are Dartmouth say that we are suffering an epidemic of overdiagnosis.
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