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Thomas Sanders started working on “Vietnam War Portraits: The Faces and the Voices” and photo series in graduate school. One of his professors asked him why this series was so important with all the other books and movies out there.

A shy, talented pianist, Hazel, falls in love with James, a gentle man who aspires to be an architect. But this is 1917 London and WWI is raging. James is unexpectedly called up and shipped out to France to fight in “Lovely War” (Viking 2019), by acclaimed author Julie Berry.

Today’s column features two creative and beautiful educational books that are being offered as free e-books on Amazon to help parents who are 青鹏棋牌-schooling their children while schools are closed. At the end of this column, please see links to more resources.

Checking in from the U.K. in Part 5 of our new UI alum-themed series: The Gies College of Business grad and award-winning novelist who is better known to her legion of fans as Rumer Haven. She told Editor Jeff D’Alessio what life’s like in locked-down London.

Artemisia’s mother died when she was 12 years old, in 1605. Artemisia could have joined a convent as a nun. Instead, she chose to grind pigment for her father’s art in “Blood Water Paint” (Dutton 2018) by Joy McCullough. Artemisia is now 17 and paints most of her father’s paintings, for whic…

As I write this, it is snowing. I noted earlier in the week that I had little shoots of daffodils, tulips and lilies coming up in the garden! Finally! Spring must come! And then it snowed. If you’re getting impatient to play in the dirt and admire beautiful spring blooms like I am, then I ha…