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By Yan Lianke, translated by Carlos Rojas (Grove Atlantic, $16). The author of “The Day the Sun Died” and winner of the Franz Kafka Prize writes about his family members’ struggles with poverty during the Chinese Cultural Revolution. “Throughout the book, Yan depicts his provincial relatives with enormous heart and respect, acknowledging their sacrifices in a dark yet poignant meditation on grief and death,” wrote a Kirkus reviewer.

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A sixth-grader struggles with his parents' divorce and his subsequent move to a new town in this book, which won the 1984 Newbery Medal, the top prize for American children's literature.

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TRUMP: "You know, Obama came into office, they gave him the Nobel Prize, like almost immediately, right? In fact, he didn't even know why he got it. He didn't even know. He had no idea why he got it and he was right about that because nobody else does either. They still don't know." — rally in Minden, Nevada, Sept. 12.

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Many moms are equally embracing and agonizing over increased responsibilities of working and educating from home.

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BAY ST. LOUIS, Miss. — This town, in most ways, is a model of what small towns can be when people pull together instead of apart. It doesn't h…

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