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How To Be a Tudor: A Dawn-to-Dusk Guide to Tudor Life by Ruth Goodman
The whore's child : and other stories by Richard Russo
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Chastened : the unexpected story of my year without sex by Hephzibah Anderson
Mindless eating : why we eat more than we think by Brian Wansink
Nothing to Envy: Ordinary Lives in North Korea by Barbara Demick
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About my libraryBefore the Revolutionary War, the Dutch who settled in the beautiful countryside, now known as the Upper West Side, called the area "Bloemendaal," meaning valley of flowers. Anglicized as Bloomingdale, this rural community was connected to the lower part of Manhattan by the Bloomingdale Road, its route largely echoed today by Broadway. In 1898, the community had its first library, the Bloomingdale Branch of the New York Free Circulating Library, which was consolidated in 1901 with The New York Public Library. Sixty years later, a new Bloomingdale library opened in a modern two-story building one block east of its original location.
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