Books to bond this Mother’s Day

Is the mother figure in your life a great reader? If so, gifting a book or offering to read a book can be the perfect treat for Mother’s Day. Here are a few bridging books that explore the varied and powerful experiences of motherhood. “Caramelo”, by Sandra Cisneros – While …

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New drug offers quick relief from restlessness in severe mental illness

An experimental orally dissolving film formulation of dexmedetomidine (BXCL501, BioXcel Therapeutics) may provide rapid relief from acute agitation associated with schizophrenia or bipolar disorder (TB), according to the results of two phase 3, randomized and controlled trials. placebo-controlled. Dr Leslie Citrome For both disorders, BXCL501 showed “superiority over placebo” by …

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Q&A: Ericka Waller, author of ‘Dog Days’

Ericka Waller Dog days is a debut novel about how dogs can bring out the best in us in the face of life’s challenges. We had the pleasure of chatting with Ericka about everything Dog days, plus writing, book recommendations, and more! Hi, Ericka! Can you tell our readers a …

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Author to discuss “ Delmarva Abandoned Railways ” on May 10

Douglas Poore, curator of the Greater Harrington Historical Society, will discuss his new book “Abandoned Railroads of Delmarva” in a live, online conversation hosted by the Lewes Public Library and Browseabout Books at 5pm on Monday May 10th. For over 100 years, railways have been the king of transport, turning …

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New RL Stine Stories Come To Life In All-New Podcast

Screenless entertainment isn’t always easy to find, but a new podcast filled with TV stars, writers and producers is gearing up to change that! GoKidGo is a storytelling podcast launched today for ages 6-11 with immersive storytelling. It is set in an Avengers-style universe and also features untold stories from …

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Books like the Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner

Historical fiction, magical realism and feminist literature in one novel make The lost apothecary by Sarah Penner easy to devour – read it in a day! For newcomers, The lost apothecary takes place in 18th century London, where a secret apothecary store hidden behind a stuff shelf helps women overcome …

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