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    With "Between the Covers: The Book Babes' Guide to a Woman's Reading Pleasures," published by Da Capo Press last fall, into its second printing, The Book Babes are still receiving invitations to speak (See Ellen's post "Learning Curve"). Here, they look back on some of their road trips.

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July 22, 2010


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  • : Between the Covers: The Book Babes' Guide to a Woman's Reading Pleasures

    Between the Covers: The Book Babes' Guide to a Woman's Reading Pleasures
    The Book Babes' book of book suggestions and literary observations was published November 15 by Da Capo Press. The Book Babes have appeared and signed books at Inkwood in Tampa, Powell's and Annie Bloom's in Portland, Elliott Bay in Seattle, Book Inc. in Burlingame, Calif., Book Passage in Corte Madera, Calif., Florida Craftsmen, Inc., in St. Petersburg and Barnes & Noble in New York City. Check out a portion of the great reviews we've received on Amazon!

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