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Choosing the Right Book

Posted Friday, December 1, 2006

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They say you can't judge a book by its cover. If that's true, then how are you supposed to choose the right book for each person on your holiday shopping list? So many books... so little time. Local authors. Best sellers. Sci-fi. Mysteries. Romance. Tried and true classics. Whew. Where do you start? How about right here? Join Regina Brett and a panel of local book lovers. We'll figure out how to buy the best book for everyone on your list, plus a few for yourself, Friday morning on The Sound of Ideas.

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Karen Long, Book Editor, The Plain Dealer; Jane Kessler, owner, Appletree Books; Rollie Welch, Young Adult Librarian, Cleve. Pub. Library

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