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All articles by Danny Heitman
Roald Dahl: back in the spotlight
Why am I always hungry when I read?
When they're shooting police in my hometown, can I go on reading?
Will 'Genius' bring new readers to the novels of Thomas Wolfe?
Why I read 'Robinson Crusoe' every summer
Why I read a poem a day
'Living with a Dead Language' proves that Latin isn't really dead at all
What Lee Smith can teach us about summer reading for kids
Are you truly thankful for the good books you already have?
Shirley Jackson, master of Halloween fright, was also the owner of an unusual house
Help! I'm 51 and still haven't read nearly half the books on my bucket list
A Boy Scout he is not: The unlikely den parent
Cataloging time well spent on New Year's
How to shift holiday traditions when two kids at home becomes one
College move-in day: What would Henry David Thoreau say?
The power of parents letting kids take control
For this father, silence can be golden, and nerve-wracking
Rehearsals with an audience: Teaching kids to embrace imperfection
Bedtime stories for a teenager? One set of children's books brings a father and son together
The day I met Abraham Lincoln, and the field trip that changed my life
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O'Reilly and changing a culture of sexual harassment
British lawmakers say high heel workplace ban is a step too far
Those obituaries for Trump-style populism? A bit premature.
Breakthroughs arise from a precise mix of old and new knowledge, say scientists
Is anyone mightier than Le Pen?
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