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Previewing the 2007 Texas Book Festival, Nov. 3-4

Author events are for the most part free and open to the public, and the majority take place in or around the centrally located state Capitol (11th & Congress). For more information – including the full schedule, signings, and shopping – see www.texasbookfestival.org. For more of our 2007 Texas Book Festival preview, see Food.

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Little Fires Everywhere
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Celeste Ng's second novel offers rich portrayals of motherhood in the suburbs

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The Wedding Date
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