4-Year-Old Girl Reads More Than 1,000 Books

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How Mormon Polygamy In The 19th Century Fueled Women's Activism

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Rachel Bloom Upends Romantic Comedy Tropes On 'Crazy Ex-Girlfriend'

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'The New Odyssey' Allows Migrants Stories To Humanize The Crisis

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A Century-Old Poet Looks Back — And Fearlessly Forward — In 'Purgatory'

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Veronica Roth's 'Carve The Mark' Is A Fantasy Inspired By Chronic Pain

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Customers at Puzzles Bakery & Café in Schenectady, N.Y. More than half the staff at the café has a developmental disability. Rhitu Chatterjee/NPR hide caption

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For People With Developmental Disabilities, Food Work Means More Self Reliance

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Last Call: Send Us Your Commercials For 'Nicer Living' Project

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Sky Arts Pulls Michael Jackson Episode of 'Urban Myths" Featuring Joseph Fiennes

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The Man Behind Lemony Snicket Talks About Writing For Kids And His Childhood Fears

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Hilarity And Hostility Converge In The Family Comedy 'Toni Erdmann'

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Malina Weissman and Louis Hynes play the older Baudelaire children, and Presley Smith is their baby sister in The Series of Unfortunate Events on Netflix. Joe Lederer/Netflix hide caption

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'Series Of Unfortunate Events' On Netflix Will Charm And Delight

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