Best-sellers

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, July 22, compiled from data … Read more

Conservation biologist’s new book creates a buzz

Thor Hanson explores the history and behavior of bees

Around 120 million years ago, the super continent Pangea was breaking into smaller land masses, … Read more

Sisters artist kick starts his second book

Dennis McGregor crowdfunded his illustrated children’s book

About three years ago, well-known Sisters artist and musician Dennis ­McGregor painted a picture of … Read more

Recommended reading from Central Oregon librarians

Tales for book lovers of all ages

Children’s books “Pie Is for Sharing” by Stephanie Parsley Ledyard, illustrated by Jason Chin In … Read more

Northwest best-sellers

Hardcover fiction 1. “There There,” Tommy Orange 2. “A Gentleman in Moscow,” Amor Towles 3. … Read more

Author’s dark and moving fiction is rooted in reality

Rene Denfeld calls on personal and professional experiences in her latest novel

In her second novel, “The Child Finder,” Portland author Rene Denfeld doesn’t sugarcoat the trauma … Read more

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Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, June 24, compiled from data … Read more

Library has gone to the dogs (and birds and reptiles)

Programs with animals help inspire young readers

When children see Mia MacCollin and her registered therapy dog, Callie, walk into the East … Read more

Desert brings author peace and a prize

Patrick Mondaca wins 2018 Waterston Desert Writing Prize

Patrick Mondaca, a researcher, writer and adjunct professor at John Jay College of Criminal Justice … Read more

Recommended reading from Central Oregon librarians

Tales for book lovers of all ages

Children’s books “The Library Book,” by Tom Chapin and Michael Mark, illustrated by Chuck Groenink … Read more

Northwest best-sellers

Hardcover fiction 1. “A Gentleman in Moscow,” Amor Towles 2. “The Outsider,” Stephen King 3. … Read more

Portland author pens provocative near-future novel

Leni Zumas’ “Red Clocks” often compared to “The Handmaid’s Tale”

Portland author Leni Zumas’ best-selling second novel, “Red Clocks,” has been dubbed “The Handmaid’s Tale” … Read more

Local bookseller Brad Smith dies

Smith owned Paulina Springs Books in Sisters and Redmond

The co-owner of Paulina Springs Books in Sisters, Bradford “Brad” Smith, died May 20 at … Read more

Best-sellers, week ending May 27

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, May 27, compiled from data … Read more

Bend artist publishes illustrated children’s book

Kristen Riggle transforms doodles into characters and a book

When Kristen Riggle relocated to Bend with her husband Jacob about 18 months ago from … Read more

Free literary festival in Bend

One day event features readings, panel, workshop and reception

Oregon State University-Cascades, Deschutes Public Library and the Echo Fund will host a one day … Read more

Best-sellers

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, May 20, compiled from data … Read more

Scottoline writing book inspired by Roth

NEW YORK — Lisa Scottoline, the best-selling crime writer, has a new publisher and is … Read more

Best-sellers

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, May 13, compiled from data … Read more

‘Stray City’ is poignant tale of identity in Portland

“Stray City” by Chelsey Johnson (Custom House, 416 pages, $25.99)

It’s 1998 in Portland, and … Read more

See nature differently by journaling

Sketching, notes may increase outdoor enjoyment

Many people live in or visit Bend because of the abundant outdoor recreational opportunities. As … Read more

Waterston Desert Writing Prize winner announced

Patrick Mondaca wins desert literature award founded in Central Oregon

Patrick Mondaca of Montclair, New Jersey, has won the 2018 Waterston Desert Writing Prize that … Read more

Best-sellers

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, May 6, compiled from data … Read more

Adventure mystery ‘Skyjack’ soars

“Skyjack” by K.J. Howe (Quercus, 400 pages, $26.99)

K.J. Howe proves she owns a sub-genre … Read more

‘Mr. Flood’ mixes magic with intrigue

“Mr. Flood’s Last Resort” by Jess Kidd (Atria, 340 pages, $26)

As strange as it … Read more

Recommended reading from Deschutes Public Library

Tales for book lovers of all ages

Children’s books “Terrific Tongues!” by Maria Gianferrari, illustrated by Jia Liu What type of tongue … Read more

Northwest best-sellers

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Author Rakesh Satyal to speak in Bend

Monthlong series of events for A Novel Idea concludes

The 15th annual A Novel Idea … Read Together community reading program has included book … Read more

Best-sellers

Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, April 22, compiled from data … Read more

Memoir recounts landmark gay rights case

Margie Witt to speak in Sunriver and Bend

Throughout her eight years on active duty and the following nine years of reserve service … Read more

Best-sellers

)Here are the best-sellers for the week that ended Sunday, April 15, compiled from data … Read more

Age no obstacle for Redmond novelist

Milree Latimer publishes debut novel at 78

Milree Latimer always loved to write, but with a busy and fulfilling career in Ontario, … Read more

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