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U.S. President Donald Trump signs an executive order during a ceremony with Treasury Secretary Steve Mnuchin at the Treasury Department

The ultimate escape from Trump’s political chaos? Books.

With political storms swirling all around, a Canadian in New York City imparts his secret to inner peace: reading.
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A memoir that grapples with loss, one book at a time

Peter Orner’s book of essays explores the loss of his father, his failed marriage and the immovable, sometimes tragic, force of plot
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Adults turn to children’s books

’There are lessons and hope in kids books, unlike self-help books’
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Dyslexics of the world, untie

Order off the menu, don’t keep your condition a secret, and other tips from a veteran
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Do books have the power to heal?

REPLAY: Bibliotherapist Ella Berthoud and professor Philip Davis took your questions on the healing power of literature
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Five things to do this summer (besides nothing)

Prof. Pettigrew offers some suggestions
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Embracing your midterms

Less time for studying means more time for relaxation
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What every student should read

It’s completely free. And it shows up in your email every day.
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What I did wrong

Don’t make the mistakes I did.
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Read like a billionaire

J.P. Morgan’s summer reading list has come to be know as the billionaires’ book club