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What You Missed On 8/27

When Life Goes Crash
Guest blogger Jessica Page Morrell describes how she wrote much of her latest book, Thanks, But This Isn't for Us, while recovering from a head injury

Book News for Thursday, August 27, 2009
Farewells to Ted Kennedy and Dominick Dunne, new works from Graham Greene and Lemony Snicket, and more

Kids’ Q&A: Jennifer and Matt Holm
The Babymouse writer/artist team answers our Kids' Q&A

Cluing in to the ‘Real’ Nancy Drew
The Oregonian reviews Confessions of a Teen Sleuth by Chelsea Cain

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