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20 headlines found matching 'book club'
Sat June 24, 2017
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(Harpers Bazaar)
 
 
 
So...what's on your summer reading list? The Saturday Morning Book Club is heading to the beach for vacation and needs some suggestions
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Sat June 17, 2017
(People Magazine)
 
 
 
To make dads everywhere happy, instead of a crappy tie or tacky cologne the Saturday Morning Book Club is looking for the best books to buy for the old man
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Sat June 10, 2017
(Wikipedia)
 
 
 
One of the most popular themes in literature is the "Hero's Journey", as defined by legendary mythologist Joseph Campbell. The Saturday Morning Book Club is looking for the best examples of this theme
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Sat June 03, 2017
(NPR)
 
 
 
This week the Saturday Morning Book Club is in the mood for love ... what's your favorite romantic novel?
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Sat May 27, 2017
(Short List)
 
 
 
If you could hang out for a day with any author -- past or present -- who would it be? Yep, we're getting all "timey-wimey" this week in the Saturday Morning Book Club
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Sat May 20, 2017
(Mental Floss)
 
 
 
The Saturday Morning Book Club stays in Hollywood for another week, this time trying to find which books that so far have resisted all efforts to be immortalized on film really need to be brought to the big screen
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Sat May 13, 2017
(Some Book Guy)
 
 
 
A wise man once said, "Never judge a book by the movie." But sometimes, Hollywood gets it right...and sometimes, dare we say it, the movie was better. Share your adaptation opinions with the rest of the Saturday Morning Book Club
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Sat May 06, 2017
(Cracked)
 
 
 
The New York Times is the Donald Trump of newspapers
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(Outdoor Life)
 
 
 
The zombie apocalypse is upon us. You have space for one book in your pack as you race to hide in the wilderness from the braindead hordes. Which one do you take with you? It's the Saturday Morning Book Club, Survival Edition
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Sat April 29, 2017
(Jack Kerouac)
 
 
 
Suffering from a serious case of wanderlust? This week, the Saturday Morning Book Club is ready to hit the road in search of the best travel books of all time
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Sat April 22, 2017
(Good Reads)
 
 
 
The Saturday Morning Book Club is getting all brainy this weekend, as we debate which are the best science books of all time (in what will likely turn out to be a Sagan vs Hawking geek fight)
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Sat April 15, 2017
(Some Fictional Guy)
 
 
 
This week, the Saturday Morning Book Club wants to know which fictional character would you most like to be real? And, conversely, which one would you most *not* want to see in this reality?
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Sat April 08, 2017
(The Book Guy)
 
 
 
The Saturday Morning Book Club wants to know what's up next on your reading list. And if you aren't sure, you can always click the link for a suggestion
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Thu April 06, 2017
(Deslidefied)
 
 
 
In proving that not all of them have no soul, here are the 11 nicest things CEOs have done for their employees
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Sat April 01, 2017
(Huffington Post)
 
 
 
In honor of the day, the Saturday Morning Book Club is looking for the books that make you laugh out loud everytime you read them. Other than Drew's book, of course, as that one is obvious
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Sat March 25, 2017
(Wikipedia)
 
 
 
Will Philip Marlowe reign supreme over Prince Hamlet? Will Holden Caulfield make the cut or will he be done in by Elric of Melniboné? This week, the Saturday Morning Book Club is looking for the most intriguing literary antiheroes
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Sat March 18, 2017
(Wikipedia)
 
 
 
What novels written in the past 100 years do you think will still be read 100 years from now? How about 500 years from now? Brush off your crystal ball and join the Saturday Morning Book Club
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Sat March 11, 2017
(Some Book Guy)
 
 
 
This week in the Saturday Morning Book Club: What is the first book that made you fall in love with reading?
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Sat March 04, 2017
(Telegraph)
 
 
 
Seeking advice, I ask of thee / Trying to find (in my naivete) / Poetic verse to set me free / In the Book Club of Saturday
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Sat February 25, 2017
(Library of Congress)
 
 
 
Today in the Saturday Morning Book Club we're keeping it simple: what's the last book you read, and what did you think of it? (LGT the Library of Congress because they're cool)
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