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  1. [Updated] Today Daniel Handler Is Matching All Donations Made To The #WeNeedDiverseBooks Campaign

    Innnteresting.

    After making a bunch of terrible and quite racist jokes at the expense of African American YA author Jacqueline Woodsen on Wednesday night, Series of Unfortunate Events author David Handler (better known as Lemony Snicket) has announced that he'll be donating a lot of money to a campaign dedicated to changing the landscape of children's literature—and he wants you to donate, too.

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  2. A Series of Unfortunate Events: Daniel Handler Makes Racist Jokes At Expense Of African-American Authors

    Last night Jacqueline Woodson was awarded the National Book Award for Young People's Literature for Brown Girl Dreaming, her book of poetry about growing up as an African-American woman during the '60s and '70s. Upon accepting the award, Woodson thanked the audience of authors for "changing the world," a statement to which ceremony host Daniel Handler (better known by his pseudonym of Lemony Snicket) chose to respond with a "joke" about watermelon.

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  3. George R.R. Martin Wants to Put the “Craziest” ASoIaF Fan Theory to Rest Once and for All

    All theories must die.

    George R.R. Martin likes to play with his fans sometimes, but in this instance, he's ready to tell the truth.

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  4. Neil Gaiman’s New Children’s Book Features Snow White Saving Sleeping Beauty (Feat. Smoochin’)

    Strong. Female. Characters.

    Neil Gaiman continues his streak of standing up for women in genre and just generally being the best by including a same-sex kiss between awesomely-developed characters Sleeping Beauty and Snow White in a new children's book.

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  5. Review and Exclusive Artwork From Adventure Time: The Art of Ooo

    His hat is AWESOME!!!

    if you know Adventure Time, you also know that there's so, so much of Ooo to explore—and this massive new book curated and written by animator Chris McDonnell is sure to help you do just that.

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  6. Pizza Hut Has Introduced A BOOK IT Alumni Program For Adults

    MOUNTAIN DEW AND BREADSTICKS ON ME!

    Pizza Hut is celebrating 30 years of their "BOOK IT" program. WHAT? Crazy, I know. But that means those of us who remember it fondly get a free pizza. AND YOU DON'T EVEN HAVE TO READ ANY BOOKS! Wait...I actually liked that part!

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  7. All The Best Places To Read Manga That Aren’t Actually In Japan

    I’ll Make a Man(ga Reader) Out of You

    Like anime, the manga landscape has changed pretty significantly in the last decade. There are still tons of licensed titles out there from a variety of publishers, but they’re a bit more scattered than they used to be. So I’ve done my utmost to collect the best places for titles old and new in one nice, neat resource guide.

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  8. Review: The New Adventure Time Title Card Art Book Is Totally Mathematical

    Come on, grab your friends!

    Fans of Adventure Time know to expect a surreal, and occasionally psychologically disturbing ride during each episode they watch. But just in case you didn't know a thing about the show and were tuning in for the first time, the gorgeous, "misleadingly unrelated" artwork that begins each story could probably clue you in. Now the title cards have been collected into an art book all their own, complete with fascinating insights from the show's creators and illustrators.

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  9. This Doctor Who Book Box Set (With Gorgeous Covers) Is Coming To A TARDIS Near You

    *grabby hands*

    Penguin is re-releasing all of their Doctor Who novellas this fall, with shiny new covers to match our shiny new Doctor. If you're looking for new canon content, these books are a great start, and they're written by some of your faves - Neil Gaiman writes the Eleventh Doctor story, urban fantasy author Richelle Mead tackles Six, and Holly Black (The Spiderwick Chronicles) has penned an all-new story for Twelve.

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  10. Survey Shows Millennials Read Just As Much Or More Than Older Adults

    Thanks, LeVar!

    FELLOWLENNIALS! Look up from your Twittering and rejoice: the PEW Research Center believes our generation has the same healthy love of reading as our ancestors. Heck, we even use the library!

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