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Sara Gruen, who actually met bonobo apes at the Great Ape Trust, has written a touching, funny, sad, satirical and suspenseful novel about a researcher who thinks of her apes as family and what happens when she is separated by them.

Saying farewell to summer means more time for reading

Saying farewell to summer means more time for reading

Fall has officially arrived and it’s time to bid farewell to summer, the garden and reading outdoors, which I love to do. But, hopefully, fewer outdoor chores will mean more time for reading curled up indoors with a hot drink. Here are my farewell-to-summer books. “Garment of Shadows” (2012) by Laurie R. King. The New

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