Astrology books – Nostradamus 500 http://nostradamus500.com/ Sun, 28 Aug 2022 23:45:02 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://nostradamus500.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon.png Astrology books – Nostradamus 500 http://nostradamus500.com/ 32 32 Daily horoscope, August 29: Reading books will benefit Pisces, learn about other zodiac signs https://nostradamus500.com/daily-horoscope-august-29-reading-books-will-benefit-pisces-learn-about-other-zodiac-signs/ Sun, 28 Aug 2022 23:45:02 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/daily-horoscope-august-29-reading-books-will-benefit-pisces-learn-about-other-zodiac-signs/ Image source: INDIA TV Daily horoscope August 29: know how your day will be Daily horoscope August 29: Monday is the second day of Bhadrapada Shukla Paksha. Dwitiya Tithi will stay until 3:20 p.m. today afternoon. After that, the third date will begin. After going through the whole day today, there will be yoga accessible […]]]>
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Daily horoscope August 29: Monday is the second day of Bhadrapada Shukla Paksha. Dwitiya Tithi will stay until 3:20 p.m. today afternoon. After that, the third date will begin. After going through the whole day today, there will be yoga accessible until 1:04 am. Also, Uttara Phalguni Nakshatra will stay until 11:04 p.m. tonight. Know from Acharya Indu Prakash how your day will be according to the zodiac and by what measures you can improve it.

Ram

Today your day will be favorable to you. Don’t pay attention to things here and there, it will waste your time. Today is going to be a big day for singers. It’s a good time to finish unfinished plans, your colleagues can support you. Today your social network will become strong in work. Your interest in the field of literature will increase. Your health will be good.

Bull

Today will be your best day. You will work in a planned way in the company. Young children can go play in the park with their friends. There will be peace in the family atmosphere, you can also participate in any function. People of this zodiac who have a restaurant, they will earn money. Students will be busy studying full time today… You will achieve great success in your career. Moreover, your positive thinking will give you success in your career.

Gemini

Today your day will start well. Today you can make a plan to travel somewhere. Give love to your younger brothers and take care of them. Today there will be a chance to help someone in need. Avoid making unnecessary purchases with a credit card. Mothers will prepare their children’s favorite food. You will feel much relieved from asthma related problems. Decoration businessmen can get a big deal. The day will be pleasant.

Cancer

Today your day is going to be full of happiness. You will be free from all worries. Today you can receive auspicious messages. The hard work of students preparing for graphic design will pay off and they will succeed in improving their careers. Will be fit health wise. The rank of people associated with politics will increase and the day will be wonderful. Students can participate in any contest. You can get a new position in the office.

Leo

Today your day is going to be full of excitement. B.Pharm students must continue their hard work. Builders will make a good profit from a contract today. Today you will consider going to the gym every day with your friends. You will have the chance to learn something new from your elders in the office. Today in business you may have to suffer because of an understanding opinion, work according to your discretion. The financial situation will be normal due to unnecessary expenses.

Virgin

Today will be your best day. The whole day will be in your favor for investing in a business with positive thinking. The children will receive the blessings of the elders, the sweetness will remain in the relationship. Today you will have the chance to learn something. At the same time, you will also be interested in working. Today you should be a little soft in your conversation with your life partner. Your parents can run errands for you today.

Balance

Today will bring new happiness to your family. Mutual quarrels will end, and there will be an atmosphere of peace in the family. You may feel a little restless because of the weather, but soon you will feel better. Today you can do some shopping at the market, if possible, make a list of goods, you will avoid unnecessary purchases. Traders of this zodiac can make more money today.

Scorpio

Today your day will start with a new thought. A new enthusiasm will be seen in the children. Today, the author will be able to finish a book. Advice from elders in the field will help you a lot. The day is going to be good for those who are in the clothing business. By maintaining a balance in business as well as in your personal life, you will be free from all worries. Today your father may ask you to do some important work, you will not let him down.

Sagittarius

Today your day has brought a happy moment. You can get better advice from friends. Today, businessmen in the textile industry will make good profits. People associated with politics may have a long journey to attend any function. By adopting the intended method, you will get good profits in business. Avoiding fatty foods on the outside will help you stay healthy. Today is going to be a mixed day for business women.

Capricorn

Today you will start your day with a calm mind. It is necessary to balance your nature in the field of work. Today you can buy your favorite clothes for your partner. Before investing money in the stock market, please consult an expert. People trying to get this number of jobs can get a job offer from any company. People in the transportation business will do well. Today it is necessary to pay attention to the health of the father.

Aquarius

Your day is going to be mixed today. I am planning to go on a trip today with family members. Today will be a wonderful day for teachers. Students can decide to take computer courses today. Listen carefully to the office boss, which will make your job easier. Today your health will be fine. People who do jewelry business will make good profits. Avoid investing your money in the stock market.

Pisces

Today your day will be full of new hope. You will achieve success in business with the advice of an experienced person. Women who do yoga training work will benefit well from their clients today. Today you can walk with your children. Have faith in your work, today all your work will soon be finished. The habit of reading books will lead you on the road to success. You can do any job you like.

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Queer YA books are selling in record numbers despite bans targeting them https://nostradamus500.com/queer-ya-books-are-selling-in-record-numbers-despite-bans-targeting-them/ Wed, 24 Aug 2022 17:54:52 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/queer-ya-books-are-selling-in-record-numbers-despite-bans-targeting-them/ Storytelling, said Marie, is an important act of creative expression and personal affirmation, but also a political statement. “Art is political and always has been, so I hope people and publishers can continue to rally behind queer authors whose works are targeted, especially those who are trans and/or non-white, and therefore the most targeted,” said […]]]>

Storytelling, said Marie, is an important act of creative expression and personal affirmation, but also a political statement. “Art is political and always has been, so I hope people and publishers can continue to rally behind queer authors whose works are targeted, especially those who are trans and/or non-white, and therefore the most targeted,” said Marie. “Combating media censorship that validates the existence of queer and trans youth is integral to protecting current and future generations of our community.”

And despite the onslaught of legislation and policies that specifically target young queers, what Stamper feels is particularly remarkable about the current moment is that this creative expression continues, out loud.

“We always tell our stories and our experiences – stories of joy and pain — and you see these different experiences on the shelf,” Stamper said. “As much as you can try to ban books, it doesn’t stop those books from existing, which is pretty amazing.”


As the back-to-school season begins, here are some queer YA titles recommended by the authors interviewed for this story.

Amanda DeWitt recommends:

Hell followed with usby Andrew Joseph White

“It’s a trans horror story. I read it and thought, ‘Wow – I’ve never read anything like it.’

The problem with robotsby Michelle Mohrweis

“It’s a mid-level novel where one of the protagonists is bi and the other is asexual. In middle school, you try to figure out all of these feelings and identities, and it’s great to see middle-level books giving kids the words to describe themselves.

Sierra Elmore recommends:

I kissed Shara Wheelerby Casey McQuiston

“It’s a story of enemies to lovers, which is one of my favorite types of books. The main character doesn’t even enter the book until the second half! The main character, Chloe, has to come to terms with “OK, I really like girls. I like that the main character was sure of his sexuality. For a while, most YA [that] was going out [were] stories about people being more hesitant about their sexuality, but Chloe says, “I know what I am.” I like this.”

Ophelia after all” by Racquel Marie

“There’s this big gay group of friends and a lot of social support for someone who’s gay. Ophelia is figuring out who she is and it’s not entirely clear by the end of the book. And that’s OK. It won’t always be clear. »

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What is “soft” censorship? When School Districts Don’t Ban Books, They Still Limit Student Access https://nostradamus500.com/what-is-soft-censorship-when-school-districts-dont-ban-books-they-still-limit-student-access/ Wed, 24 Aug 2022 17:38:59 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/what-is-soft-censorship-when-school-districts-dont-ban-books-they-still-limit-student-access/ The restrictions on books stem in large part from prejudice against historically marginalized groups, said Deborah Caldwell-Stone, director of the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom. “The fact is that gay people, gay and transgender people, African Americans, Latinos, Indigenous people have finally found a voice and a place in our society and have […]]]>

The restrictions on books stem in large part from prejudice against historically marginalized groups, said Deborah Caldwell-Stone, director of the American Library Association’s Office for Intellectual Freedom.

“The fact is that gay people, gay and transgender people, African Americans, Latinos, Indigenous people have finally found a voice and a place in our society and have found a voice and a place in libraries,” a- she declared. “Now we are seeing an effort to erase these voices, to stigmatize these individuals and send a message of exclusion which, given that these are public institutions, should not be happening at all.”

The use of soft censorship to limit access to school book collections is not unique to Texas. In states such as Utah, Virginia, Nebraska, Pennsylvania, Florida and California, school districts have adopted policies that give parents more control over what students read, alarming critics who say these restrictions violate students’ right to free speech, ignore the training of school librarians, and send harmful messages about the targeted books.

Alpine School District, the largest in Utah, decided in July to remove 52 books by 41 authors, including Jodi Picoult’s “Nineteen Minutes”, Judy Blume’s “Forever” and Mariko Tamaki’s “This One Summer”, all women’s books with sex scenes or LGBTQ+ stories. In fact, 42% of the books the district chose have LGBTQ+ characters or themes, PEN America found.

The decision stemmed from the adoption in March of Bill 374, a Utah law banning “sensitive materials in public schools” after groups such as Utah Parents United pressed policymakers to take action to have books deemed obscene or inappropriate removed from schools. However, after public outcry over its decision to remove dozens of books from school libraries, the Alpine School Board temporarily suspended plans to remove these books from library shelves. Instead, it will place these books in restricted areas of school libraries and allow parents to decide whether their children can view these titles.

The board’s reversal of the book ban is a “step in the right direction,” Jonathan Friedman, director of free speech and education programs at PEN America, said in a statement. But he added that the new policy “still stands in the way of the books”.

Alpine School District did not respond to the 19th’s request for comment.

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The Chief review: A biography of Britain’s greatest media tycoon | Books | Entertainment https://nostradamus500.com/the-chief-review-a-biography-of-britains-greatest-media-tycoon-books-entertainment/ Mon, 22 Aug 2022 02:54:51 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/the-chief-review-a-biography-of-britains-greatest-media-tycoon-books-entertainment/ Lord Northcliffe was responsible for the tabloid press we enjoy today. Andrew Roberts whose previous subjects have included Napoleon, Churchill and George III now turns his skills to the man who gave Britain the Daily Mail and, indirectly, the world MailOnline. (among other things such as anti-Semitism, hypocrisy, intimidation and brutality) and Roberts considers it […]]]>

Lord Northcliffe was responsible for the tabloid press we enjoy today. Andrew Roberts whose previous subjects have included Napoleon, Churchill and George III now turns his skills to the man who gave Britain the Daily Mail and, indirectly, the world MailOnline.

(among other things such as anti-Semitism, hypocrisy, intimidation and brutality) and Roberts considers it his duty to save the press baron from this vile slander.

Without saying so explicitly, Roberts tends to think that an aversion to

Alfred Harmsworth was born in 1865 (two years after WR Hearst) into a middle class home – of 14 children. younger brother Harold was knighted as Lord Rothermere and is the great-grandfather of the current owner of the Daily mail.

After editing the school magazine, Alfred Harmsworth’s first media success came on June 16, 1888, when he launched Answers to correspondents (later just Answers), in which readers wrote and asked questions (much like our Saturday Briefing).

In 1895 he earned £80,000 (equivalent to £11 million today).

The following year, he launched the Daily mail, which sold one million copies four years later. For readers accustomed to heavy writing, the Mail’s journalism was a revelation. Historian AJP Taylor called the Mail‘s short, punchy paragraphs, “the greatest advance in communication since the abandonment of Latin for English”.

On November 2, 1903 (not November 1 as Roberts says), Northcliffe launched the DailyMirror, a woman-edited journal for ladies. It was a disaster showing he didn’t always have the golden touch. This flop may be the reason Roberts doesn’t dedicate too much space to the diary. It gets only nine mentions in the index

As good as Mail and Mirrorat various times Northcliffe owned The Observer and The temperature. Such was the money earned by Northcliffe, which Lord Rothermere had to sell The temperature inheritance tax on his brother’s estate.

One of Northcliffe’s proteges was a young Australian called Keith Murdoch whose son is a rather successful media proprietor.

Northcliffe used his power to sway politicians – he didn’t care about HH Asquith, the Liberal leader who took us into World War I and his initial support for David Lloyd George quickly waned.

To get him out of the way, Lloyd George sent Northcliffe to America for help with the war effort. He did a great job although annoyed the British Ambassador as well.

On the home front, his marriage was a sham and he and his wife were serially unfaithful.

A workaholic, Northcliffe took long vacations to recuperate and on one he caught bacterial endocarditis which would kill him, but not before driving him mad (contemporary belief was that he had contracted the syphilis).

Andrew Roberts has produced a book that will be of interest to social historians as well as media students and political anoraks.

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The best coffee table books to buy right now https://nostradamus500.com/the-best-coffee-table-books-to-buy-right-now/ Thu, 11 Aug 2022 12:30:00 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/the-best-coffee-table-books-to-buy-right-now/ Beautiful oversized books don’t just enhance the look of your coffee table, they’re also a subtle way to signal your interests to your guests, whether it’s travel, contemporary art, or pop culture nostalgia. . To help you cultivate your own coffee table book stack, we tapped style-centric homeowners for their personal top picks. Portrait of […]]]>

Beautiful oversized books don’t just enhance the look of your coffee table, they’re also a subtle way to signal your interests to your guests, whether it’s travel, contemporary art, or pop culture nostalgia. . To help you cultivate your own coffee table book stack, we tapped style-centric homeowners for their personal top picks.

Portrait of a street artist

Eleanor Nairne

Jean-Michel Basquiat. 40th ed.

Filled with prints from the late neo-expressionist painter known for his graffiti and post-punk influenced works, this colorful book is the only interior designer based in Los Angeles. Antoinette Arrington keep the front and center. Flipping through it brings back memories of her own forays into painting and collage when she was younger, as well as awe at all the artist was able to accomplish in her short life. “I love his expressive and raw artwork; especially “Untitled (Refrigerator),” which features a fridge covered in sketches,” she says.


Joyful look at an iconic toy

John Baichtal and Joe Meno

The cult of Lego

At first glance, a book about plastic building blocks might not seem like a worthy choice for a coffee table, but this retrospective is surprisingly inspiring, according to Carly Bigifounder of Laws of motion, a company that helps people find well-fitting clothes using AI. She notes that the “boundless genius of Legos…rooted in endless potential and mutability”, resonates beyond their function as toys. “This is proof positive of how, together, we can reimagine what is possible in the world.” Among the book’s 304 pages are profiles of Lego fanatics like professional Lego builder Nathan Sawaya and animator Angus MacLane, who created CubeDudes, as well as beautiful images of massive Lego creations like a Yankee Stadium at the microscopic scale – lots of inspiration for anyone who has ever played with, and loved, Legos.


Clever Study of American Treasures

Roberta Olson

Audubon’s Aviary: The Original Watercolors of the Birds of America

This bird-themed book occupies a stand in the library of the The swag, the Waynesville, North Carolina hotel, which Anne Colquitt owns with her husband David. The book is intriguing, not only for the many bird watchers who come to the hotel to observe the region’s birds in the high altitude habitat, but also for other guests as the artist’s watercolors of the birds are at breathtaking in their detail. The watercolours, shown here in their entirety and newly photographed, are the basis of John James Audubon’s best-known prints. The images range from a flock of parrots in full cry to a group of many species of little owls. Says Colquitt, “Every few weeks I like to turn the page to a new bird, and it feels like a refresh of the art in the room.”


Compendium of a Pioneering Designer

Alexandra Cunningham Cameron

Willi Smith: Street Couture

As one of the first black designers to find success in the mainstream American fashion market, Willi Smith was a pioneer in the world of modern streetwear, known for his affordable yet gender-blurring pieces, which makes of this book of essays on the evolution of Smith’s style one by committing one to have on hand, says Matt Kane, founder of Creatives want change, a non-profit organization that provides scholarships and programs for young black creators. In addition to showcasing his fashions, the book documents his collaborations with famous artists like Nam June Paik and Christo. Kane hopes the book will make young designers more aware of Smith’s impact on the industry; and this introduction to his work and legacy is a smart choice “especially since many of his oversized shapes are all the rage right now.”


Discover a Spanish wonderland

Renu Kashyap and Maya Boyd

Ibiza Bohemia

Linden Pride is behind many restaurants and bars that are not only incredibly popular but beautiful to dwell in; he opened Dante and Dante West Villageone of which won the award for best bar in the world, for example, so it’s no surprise that he’s drawn to elevated visuals. A favorite title he keeps at home is this collection of vibrant photographs of Ibiza’s European playground, showcasing everything from its dive-friendly cliffs to its famous (and famous) inhabitants to its blue local architecture. and white. He’s so enamored with the book that it’s even inspired some of the restaurant concepts he’s developing overseas, he says. On a more basic level, the blanket brings a “fun pop of color” to a coffee table.


Spotlight on sport and style

Stan Smith

Stan Smith: Some people think I’m a shoe!

Featuring anecdotes from the life of 70s tennis great Stan Smith, lamenting his 13ft height, collaborations with the likes of Pharrell and Raf Simons— and documenting the rise of the cult Adidas shoe bearing his name, this book is both a time capsule and a conversation piece, says a celebrity tennis fan and manicurist Deborah Lipman. “Every time I have guests, they gravitate to this book, intrigued by the title,” she says. They keep flipping, marveling at the number of collaborations and releases, as well as the street-style photographs of the famous sneakers, adds Lippmann. (Her favorite in the book is a multi-colored speckled pair: “It reminds me of my shoes when I drop shoe polish on them…but so much more chic.”)


Black Utopia Photograph Collection

Hans Ulrich Obrist and Deborah Willis

I can make you feel good: Tyler Mitchell

Many people may be familiar with famed photographer and filmmaker Tyler Mitchell’s polished imagery for magazines like Vogue or iD (he was the first black American to do a cover for American Vogue), but the artist’s personal work, highlighted in this book, is what Kane loves most. Brilliantly saturated, full-bleed images of young black men and women depicted in positions of power or experiencing joy are calmer but still deeply beautiful, he says. “There’s a richness to color and light that I find really inspiring,” says Kane.


A breathtaking view of the world

jimmy chin

Round trip: photographs from the edge

Another Bigi favorite is this series of death-defying images by Oscar-winning adventure photographer, mountaineer and filmmaker Jimmy Chin, from aerial shots of craggy cliffs to uninhabited stretches of snow to star-studded images of mountaineers scaling mountain peaks. peaks at night. Her breathtaking depiction of the mental and physical capacity of human potential is what she finds most compelling – and one that can be a powerful asset to anyone who encounters it on your coffee table. “The ethos of drive and passion beyond measure while relentlessly pursuing your goal and providing the world with a different perspective transcends climbing,” says Bigi, adding that it can resonate with anyone in a “ journey and a mission to leave the world a better place.”


Immerse yourself in automotive culture

Matt Hranek

A Man and His Car: Iconic Cars and the Stories of the Men Who Love Them

This intimate collection of men and their cars is another Pride top pick for personal stories of boldly named vehicle enthusiasts, from actor Ed Burns to basketball great Shaquille O’Neal, along with stylish photos of their favorite wheels. Author Hranek, who is also a friend of Pride, “takes the time to get to know each of the topics” when presenting his passion, he says. “It’s a great insight into a love affair with vintage cars.”


food for thought

Melanie Dunea

My Last Supper: 50 Great Chefs and Their Last Meals

Curiosity is at the heart of this ambitious compilation in which photographer and author Melanie Dunea has captured celebrity chefs’ ideas of what they would like their last meal to be – with cheeky portraits (think Alex Atala posing topless with a cigarette or Tom Colicchio hanging from the second floor of a barn). Forough Vakilileader and founder of The Good Nosh, never tires of seeing it on his coffee table. From time to time, “I flip through the pages for inspiration and food ideas,” she says, “and the photography is super cool on its own.”


Deliciously esoteric encyclopedia

Manly P. Hall

The Secret Teachings of All Ages

When Whitney Frances Falkfounder and CEO of a sustainable furniture company ZZ Driggs, found an original first edition copy of this book for $25 in a Hudson Valley antique barn, she had no idea it would be one of her most valuable finds so far. day. The beautifully illustrated range of arcane topics – including examinations and explanations of alchemy, the zodiac, gemology, tarot and more – is what she finds intriguing, for herself and others. “I won’t even attempt to illuminate the discoveries within,” she says, “but I assure you that every time you open a page you will be enchanted by all the mysteries that surround us.”

Any advice, recommendations, or rankings expressed in this article are those of the WSJ’s Buy Side Editorial Team, and have not been reviewed or endorsed by our business partners.

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25 Happy Chinese New Year Books for Kids https://nostradamus500.com/25-happy-chinese-new-year-books-for-kids/ Tue, 02 Aug 2022 02:59:12 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/25-happy-chinese-new-year-books-for-kids/ If you’re looking for a mix of meaningful, adventurous, and educational storytelling, then you’ve definitely come to the right place. Below are 25 tales centered around the Chinese New Year. These describe the rich traditions, sacred beliefs and fun times enjoyed by families celebrating this time in the calendar. 1. Bring in the New Year […]]]>

If you’re looking for a mix of meaningful, adventurous, and educational storytelling, then you’ve definitely come to the right place. Below are 25 tales centered around the Chinese New Year. These describe the rich traditions, sacred beliefs and fun times enjoyed by families celebrating this time in the calendar.

1. Bring in the New Year

This brightly illustrated book is perfect for youngsters learning to read aloud. The fun story follows a Chinese-American family as they begin preparations for the New Year. It takes its readers on a fun adventure of cooking, decorating and moving tradition.

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2. Chinese New Year colors

This book is the perfect choice for parents looking to introduce the names of colors in Chinese to their children. In this bilingual book, each page features a new color in Chinese and English and displays unique elements of the special New Year celebration.

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3. Ruby’s Chinese New Year

Accompanied by Chinese zodiac animals, Ruby embarks on an exhilarating journey to deliver a special gift to her grandmother. Meeting them at different points in the story, Ruby will only be escorted by one of them to finally meet her grandmother, but who will it be? Pick up a copy and find out!

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This beautiful book opens readers to the world of Chinese culture and traditions during the Lunar New Year period. This hardback book encourages readers to spend time with family and engage in traditions such as lighting lanterns and dancing with dragons.

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5. Peppa’s Chinese New Year

Peppa Pig fans will love this take on the special Asian holiday. Peppa and her friends throw a ball by hanging lanterns, performing a lion dance and enjoying fortune cookies – all practices unique to the colorful holiday that is Chinese New Year. The book comes with a collection of stickers and fun facts for readers to enjoy after they finish reading.

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6. Play with lanterns

To celebrate the annual Chinese holiday, little Zhao Di and her friends get together to light and send paper lanterns. Indulging in this tradition for 15 nights, the friends meet in their village and revel in the floating spheres that light up the sky.

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Detailed illustrations come to life in Dragon Dance – a flip book about exciting holidays that fit into the Chinese calendar. Readers are introduced to deep-rooted traditions as this cultural celebration unfolds in a tale of market visits, gift giving and sacred dances.

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8. Celebrate Chinese New Year

Children aged 6 to 9 will love this story about the charming characters of the Chinese zodiac. This is an awesome book for teaching young people about the traditions, beautiful cuisine, and historical culture that make up this ancient holiday season.

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9. Chinese New Year Greetings

Another festive book from our Chinese New Year collective is one that revolves around the importance of family traditions in Asian cultures. For a more detailed look at the customs surrounding the New Year in China, take a look at the back of the book where you’ll find loads of questions and topics for further discussion.

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10. My first Chinese New Year

Experiencing anything for the first time can be very exciting, but there’s nothing quite like celebrating one of the best Chinese traditions on the calendar. Old times are represented in this bright picture book and would be the perfect gift for a toddler.

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11. Baby’s First Chinese New Year

This story features brightly colored traditional clothing, zodiac animals as well as beautiful paper lanterns. The lively illustrations depicted on these pages are sure to capture your baby’s attention and thanks to the thick pages of the book, babies can leaf through the story themselves!

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12. My First Chinese New Year ABC Picture Book

Looking for the perfect toddler book? That’s it …! Rich illustrations accompany each letter of the alphabet while representing sacred pieces of tradition made by Chinese families during the New Year period.

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13. Bobo’s Colorful Chinese New Year

Join Bobo’s learning adventure in this fun book. The bilingual creation invites readers to discover letters, basic phrases and colors. You will also discover traditions such as the lucky tree as well as sacred dances that have been linked to the Chinese New Year for hundreds of centuries.

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14. Baby loves moon phases

Although this is a beginner level book, it is definitely a book that encourages learning. This baby is enjoying one of his first Chinese New Years and in the process discovers the phases of the moon.

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15. Goldy Luck and the Three Pandas

A spinoff of Goldilocks and the Three Bears is this hilarious tale written by Natasha Yim. Goldy Luck is tasked with delivering a plate of turnip patties to the neighbors, but when she finds out they’re not home, she makes herself comfortable in their home anyway!

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16. Celebrate Chinese New Year

This reading helps young readers become familiar with important elements of Chinese culture. You’ll learn about the representation and story behind all the special occasions, food, and clothing surrounding the New Year.

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17. Popo’s Lucky Chinese New Year

Want to know what the Chinese New Year is? Follow Popo herself when her grandmother comes to town during the special time.

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18. Chelsea Chinese New Year

Every family celebrates special occasions in a different way. Join Chelsea as she spends her Chinese New Year watching fireworks, eating at a delicious family feast and enjoying the dragon parade.

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19. Nian, the Chinese New Year Dragon

When the dragon Nian begins to terrorize the local village, a brave little girl named Mei has 15 days to defeat him before he is set free forever. Throughout the tale, readers are introduced to various elements of the Chinese New Year.

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20. How to Catch a Dragon

Join the exhilarating pursuit of chasing a dragon through the streets of China at the height of the Spring Festival. The book details different new year elements such as red envelopes, lanterns, fireworks and much more!

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Little Ox Olivia befriends Mei and the two work together to save their village. The Ox, based on one of the Chinese zodiac animals, introduces readers to the lunar calendar and the special Chinese New Year period.

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22. Year of the Horse

This little horse tale is the perfect embodiment of the Chinese zodiac. Along with Chinese beliefs that the New Year brings a time of happiness, this book reminds readers to embrace a spirit of courage as the New Year approaches. Art lovers will enjoy the story of a boy and a horse who transport their art teacher’s paintings across the country.

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23. Year of the Tiger

Readers interested in Asian culture will love this book about a girl and a tiger who become friends despite warnings from villages and parents on both sides. If you are a cat lover, this one is for you!

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24. Year of the Monkey

As Max the monkey begins a new year, he learns to take important Chinese lessons with him. Max must use his clever and cunning ways to tackle the new sport he has decided to try. Follow him to see if he succeeds!

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A symbol of luck, a little dog named Daniel seeks to show his loyalty to his new friend just when she needs it most!

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Which Love Books Should You Read Based On Your Zodiac Sign https://nostradamus500.com/which-love-books-should-you-read-based-on-your-zodiac-sign/ Sun, 31 Jul 2022 22:00:00 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/which-love-books-should-you-read-based-on-your-zodiac-sign/ It’s always “You’re so mean” and never “Okay, all I know is you’re a real Capricorn right now. The sun revolves around the Earth, and you don’t.” Although people are not as entertaining as Gilmore GirlsInterestingly, astrology is gaining momentum as GenZ compares personality traits to signs. RELATED: What Type Of Pokemon Are You Based […]]]>

It’s always “You’re so mean” and never “Okay, all I know is you’re a real Capricorn right now. The sun revolves around the Earth, and you don’t.” Although people are not as entertaining as Gilmore GirlsInterestingly, astrology is gaining momentum as GenZ compares personality traits to signs.



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Before they go out of trend, it’s time for you to see which romance books you should read based on your zodiac sign. Namely, a person has three signs: sun, moon and sunrise. So whatever your sign, there’s always another book to go.

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Aries are competitive and always looking for opportunities to prove themselves as number one. But deep down, people with this zodiac sign secretly hope that one of their friends will confess their undying love to them and have a happy time without giving in. Their favorite tropes include “Friends To Lovers” and “Women In STEM”.

Main recommendations: The people we meet on vacation by Emily Henry, love and other words by Christina Lawrenceand The Kissing Quotient by Helen Hoang.


Bull

Taurus are stubborn, with their bull representing the bull’s head, usually not one to succumb. They also sometimes like to relax in the serene countryside. People with Taurus as their zodiac sign would greatly appreciate the “Historical Romance” and “Slow Burn” trope, the latter of which celebrates the character’s stubbornness to give in to their feelings and savor the bliss of love.

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Main recommendations: The convenient weddingby Georgette Heyer, The duke & meby Julia QuinnandFrom Lukov with love by Marianne Zapata.

Gemini

Geminis are social butterflies with an uncanny ability to have an affair and then run away due to their inability to commit. They regularly drown in work to escape the emotions and feelings they possess. Maybe that’s a good reason why they would appreciate a good “Second Chance” romance. This, along with the occasional book on “The Love Triangle for Two”, is the best time of your life.

Main recommendations: hate the roomby Penelope neighborhood,Before we were strangers by Renee Carlinoand To sir with love by Lauren Layne.

Cancer

The Cancer zodiac sign is an emotional and hypersensitive crab. Cancers have an incredible ability to exist in the emotional and material realms, but just like a crab, they will do anything to protect themselves from emotional harm. They are very intuitive and would thoroughly enjoy the “Childhood Friends To Enemies To Lovers” and “Lovers In Denial” tropes.

Main recommendations:A thousand boy kisses by Tillie Cole, bullyby Penelope Douglasand The hunt by Elle Kennedy.

Leo

Passionate, loyal and sadly dramatic, Leo is represented by the lion. While all zodiac signs have a good ability to pretend and show off, Leos have some oddly remarkable skills when it comes to “Fake It Till You Make It.” That’s just one of the reasons this zodiac sign would love the “Fake Dating” and “Academic Rivals” tropes.

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Main recommendations: Take a hint, Dani Brown by Talia Hibert,The bride testby Helen Hoangand My Mechanical Romance by Alexene Farol Follmuth.

Virgin

Logical, practical, and systematic in their approach to life, Virgos seek order and organization. They intend to follow a plan all their life and hope that others will also follow their rules. Imagine their surprise when a “Marriage of Convenience” or a “Bodyguard Romance” catches them off guard? A sight to behold, isn’t it?

Main recommendations: wedding for one by Ella Maise, Terms and conditions by Lauren Asherand twisted games by Ana Huang.

Balance

While it’s well known that Libras are indecisive squirrels, let’s be agents of chaos by implying that they would love “enemies to lovers” romances. Love or hate, that’s a good question. But sometimes Libras would also appreciate a good “Unexpected Inheritance” trope to add a touch of drama to their already chaotic lives.

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Main recommendations:Non-honey by Christina Lawrence, The deception of Spanish love by Elena Armasand legacy gamesby Jennifer Lynn Barnes.

Scorpio

Elusive and mysterious, Scorpios are one of the most often misunderstood zodiac signs. They tend to stay in their head. Often, being called powerful, passionate and intense goes to their heads, well, a recipe for disaster. However, Scorpios would certainly appreciate the “Single Parent” and “Gay For You” romances, sometimes relating to one or both.

Main recommendations: Hate Adam Connor by Ella Maise, wait for itby Marianne Zapataand Heart stroke by Alice Osman.

Sagittarius

Sagittarians are represented by the archer and are always on a quest to gather as much knowledge as humanly possible. They’re always on the lookout for new adventures, and maybe it’s time for them to consider reading “Love Triangle” or “Will They Won’t They” romances.

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Main recommendations: The summer when I became pretty by Jenny Han, One day in Decemberby Josie SilverandNovember 9 by Colleen Hoover.

Capricorn

Although they are often referred to as social climbers, it is an unpopular opinion that all Capricorns want is to be successful in life. Capricorns climb a mountain against all streams and know that patience, perseverance, and dedication are the only way to evolve. Their favorite tropes would include the “Holiday Romance” and “Forced Proximity” tropes.

Main recommendations:Window shopping by Tessa Bailey, Hook, line and sinker by Tessa BaileyandThe room mate by Rosie Danan.

Aquarius

Resourceful, refined and unashamedly revolutionary, Aquarius is the last of the air signs. They are known to be cold, emotional, and unattached, but they are anything but. Ultimately, they may secretly hide their undying love for a friend’s brother or, well, a sibling’s friend. Therefore, they would appreciate the “Best Friend’s Brother” and “Grumpy Sunshine” tropes.

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Main recommendations: twisted hate by Ana Huang, The love hypothesisby Ali Hazelwoodand The Wall of Winnipeg and I by Marianne Zapata.

Pisces

Pisces are dreamy and witty, with their heads almost always in the fantasy realm of their creation. They always look for the best in people and are more than willing to look past any mistakes their loved ones have made. They are also idealistic and hope that the man of their dreams will eventually land in front of them, on a white horse. Their personalities govern their favorite romantic tropes, namely the “Morally Gray Hero” and “Billionaire Romance” tropes.

Main recommendations: twisted loveby Ana Huang, twisted liesby Ana Huangand The fine printby Lauren Asher.

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Tucson publisher offers books with Southwestern appeal | Books https://nostradamus500.com/tucson-publisher-offers-books-with-southwestern-appeal-books/ Sat, 23 Jul 2022 21:00:00 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/tucson-publisher-offers-books-with-southwestern-appeal-books/ Bill Finley special for the Arizona Daily Star If you are in one of the many gift shops in Yellowstone National Park, you will find Rio Nuevo books. If you’re in the historic La Fonda hotel in Santa Fe, you’ll find Rio Nuevo books. And if you drive down Bonita Avenue near downtown Tucson, you’ll […]]]>

Bill Finley special for the Arizona Daily Star

If you are in one of the many gift shops in Yellowstone National Park, you will find Rio Nuevo books. If you’re in the historic La Fonda hotel in Santa Fe, you’ll find Rio Nuevo books. And if you drive down Bonita Avenue near downtown Tucson, you’ll find… well, you know.

Rio Nuevo is Tucson’s largest independent publisherand it’s back in business after a two-year lull due to the pandemic.

In the past nine months alone, Rio Nuevo Publishers has released five new titles, ranging from a Day of the Dead Cookbook to an encyclopedia of poisonous animals.

Local legend Jim Turner offered an easy-to-read history of our state in “Arizona”. Another well-known Tucsonian, Gerald Dawavendewa, explored Hopi spirituality and astrology in “Taawa Codex.” Bob Rosebrough gave us the biopic of an insider from Gallup, New Mexico, in “A place of thin veil.”

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“It’s great to redo books,” confessed editor Aaron Downey. “In 2020 and 21, I think we released a grand total of two. I wouldn’t say we’re back at full speed yet, but we’re getting there.

Rio Nuevo is a regional publisher that limits its reach to adult nonfiction about life in southwestern, western, and northern Mexico. That said, it’s surprising how much he finds to say.

“Our target audience isn’t huge,” Downey said. “But in this space, we have a very wide range of interests: history, art, food, animals, culture. … We care a lot about all these things.

There are dozens of independent presses in the West, many of them in Arizona. Rio Nuevo isn’t the biggest, releasing only four or five titles a year. But when it agrees to take on a project, Rio Nuevo promises to do it right.

“We’re nothing without good authors, and we want to deliver a book they’ll be proud of,” Downey said. “They are the creators. We just help with the packaging.

Exhibit A: When the COVID-19 lockdowns began in 2020, Rio Nuevo had just started printing a cookbook titled “Dinner with the Dead, A Feast for the Souls on the Day of the Dead.”

“When we saw we wouldn’t have room to sell it, we stopped the press,” Downey recalled. “Then later when things started to open up again, we didn’t have enough money on hand to finish it.”

So Rio Nuevo launched a Kickstarter campaign, asking for help. Donations totaled $27,000, the presses rolled, and the gorgeous hardcover cookbook is now on sale.

“Mariana Nuno and Ian McEnroe had been working on this book for five years,” Downey said. “They put everything they had in there. We just had to find a way to get it printed.

Exhibit B: “Navajo Code Talker Manual” looks like a WWII military codebook. The concept came from an Ohio art student’s project that Downey saw online. It’s bound at the top, printed on thick paper, and includes tabs, flyers, and other fun tools that teach the reader how to crack the Navajo code.

“When we put it up for competition,” Downey said, “none of our regular printers could do it. I finally found a printer who specialized in board games. The book is out now and looks great.

While Rio Nuevo is a “regional press”, it would be easy to substitute “local” for “regional”. Not only do many of its authors live in Tucson, but most of the editors, researchers, indexers, and designers that the company engages with to produce each book.

“We try to keep everything as local as possible,” Downey said. “If we can find people in Tucson, we will. If we can find people in Arizona, we will. We want our employees to know who we are.

No page is left out, so to speak. If there is a question about a word in Navajo, Rio Nuevo will call one of his friends in the country. If a book can be upgraded with a map, it hires a cartographer.

A standout feature of a Rio Nuevo release is the quality of its covers. “Despite what we say, we judge all books by the cover,” Downey said. “Good blankets are absolutely important.”

From the author’s point of view, there is another big advantage. In addition to running Rio Nuevo, Downey is the CEO of Treasure Chest Booksone of the leading distributors in the West.

Credit their co-founders, Tucsonans Ross Humphreys and Susan Lowell. They launched and linked the two together in 1999.

“One of the huge advantages we have as a publishing company is that we distribute our own books,” Downey admitted.

Like Rio Nuevo, Treasure Chest targets the West and Southwest. It’s big enough to market 350 different publishers, but still small enough to be nimble. As the number of independent bookstores dwindled, Treasure Chest found other places to sell books.

“Now you can find us in hotel gift shops, convenience stores, truck stops, national and state parks, botanical gardens, museums… ‘anywhere books are sold,'” Downey said. .

Death Valley? Crater lake? Tohono Chul? Check, check, check.

“We also sell to a Native American museum in Arkansas,” Downey said.

Rio Nuevo and Treasure Chest Books now share a warehouse and offices in the same location on Bonita, a few blocks from a house that once belonged to Lowell’s great-grandparents.

Luckily for the rest of us, it’s safe to say they won’t be going anywhere anytime soon.

Footnotes

For the record, Rio Nuevo Publishers (rionuevo.com) is unrelated to the Assessment District which funds downtown redevelopment projects.

Rio Nuevo’s first featured author was co-founder Susan Lowell. By 1999, she had written seven books, including “The Three Little Javelins.” The other co-founder, Ross Humphreys, is her husband. They met in the newsroom of the Tucson Citizen. She was a journalist there, he a photographer.

According Bookdepository.comRio Nuevo and Treasure Chest have now published and marketed some 200 books over the years.

While Rio Nuevo is Tucson’s largest independent, our largest publisher is University of Arizona Press. Its fall catalog lists 20 new books to be released over the next six months.

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What are books for? A novelist goes beyond hot takes https://nostradamus500.com/what-are-books-for-a-novelist-goes-beyond-hot-takes/ Thu, 21 Jul 2022 13:00:37 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/what-are-books-for-a-novelist-goes-beyond-hot-takes/ by Elaine Castillo”How to read nowbegins with a section titled “Author’s Note, or a Virgin Clarifies Things.” The title sums up the style of the book well: rigorous but still talkative, intellectual but not precious or academic about it. In this author’s note, Castillo provides an overview of his target audience. She doesn’t just write […]]]>

by Elaine Castillo”How to read nowbegins with a section titled “Author’s Note, or a Virgin Clarifies Things.” The title sums up the style of the book well: rigorous but still talkative, intellectual but not precious or academic about it.

In this author’s note, Castillo provides an overview of his target audience. She doesn’t just write for “the type of people who read books and attend literary festivals,” she hopes. “Books, as universal as they are, are not a destination,” she asserts. “They’re a landmark…one of the places we go to help us become readers in the world.” Ultimately, she says, “I’m not just talking about how to read books now; I’m talking about how to read our world now.

Castillo, in other words, isn’t just interested in preaching to the choir that reading is important. She knows it – and hopes we do too. Instead, she asks us to investigate how and why we read: to pay attention to the information we ingest and how we have learned to interact with it. This is a particularly important point right now, not only because of the recent increase in book bans, but also because the conversation between people who read so often reduces book culture to photo shoots. and prepackaged talking points.

The introduction is helpful, because from there “How to Read Now” unfolds at a breakneck pace. Each of the book’s eight essays shines brightly from start to finish. Castillo, who debuted with the novel “America is not the heartis both fiercely intelligent and fiercely opinionated (that’s part of what she means by saying she’s a Virgo, for readers unfamiliar with astrology). She tolerates no fools and takes no prisoners. In a representative excerpt from an essay titled “Reading Teaches Us Empathy and Other Fictions,” Castillo compares asking writers of color to “produce hot-take-jukebox commentary on the latest [screw-up] perpetrated by the staunchly racist and tone-deaf publishing industry” to demand that they “delete like – they didn’t take”.

“How to Read Now” isn’t for everyone, but if it’s for you, it’s clarifying and invigorating. Castillo offers a thorough critique of some of the most vapid and selfish ideas in the literary world, as well as some thoughts on how to continue reading not as an exercise in building one’s own personal storehouse of virtue, but rather within the framework of a continuous process. decolonialist — that is, fundamentally connected and conjunctive — practical.

There are two main styles of reading that Castillo wishes to dismantle. One is the notion of “art for art’s sake”, according to which art objects should be able to exist without context, history or any kind of political analysis. Castillo counters that any work worthy of admiration is strong enough to withstand criticism, be it aesthetic, cultural or political. “Recognizing the truth of colonialism and the slave trade in [Jane] AustenThe era of ‘is not an act of literary suppression vandalism’, she argues, ‘but an act of literary expansion and restoration, not to mention the slightest concession to reality’.

This argument is not exactly new; it goes back to the very first critics who ventured beyond formalism. But his second target complicates and enriches the book. There are those, she writes, for whom reading is not only necessarily but only political – intended to improve one’s own personality and position rather than, as the writer Jia Tolentino put it in a 2020 interview, pursuing “the real pleasure of decentering”. This view, in Castillo’s description, reduces art – too often the art of marginalized people – to “a kind of ethical protein shake”, which “will kind of build the muscles in us that will help us see others as human”. Her basic idea “makes superficial sense,” she admits, but it “also produces a superficial effect.”

Then how should we read now? Castillo offers suggestions but no solutions. She’s less interested in answers with a capital A – stuff, for example, from anti-racist reading guides of 2020 – and more excited about the opportunity to bring a multitude of voices and perspectives to the conversation so we can find ourselves immersed in our texts rather than trying to maintain their authority over them.

Being willing to see and talk about history, even when it’s ugly, is what allows us to truly reach ourselves through fiction, Castillo argues. It is precisely by contextualizing the artistic works – while respecting their art – that we go beyond the “relevant” portraits of an Other exoticism and that we understand how our stories intertwine and co-construct. “We can only be each other if we actually do the work of to be each other’s people“, she writes: “look our common history in the face and really read it”.

As promised, it also goes beyond the page. The essay “Honor the Treaty” explores how public signage, statues, and even ecology contribute to how we read our surroundings, helping us to understand that they are not neutral but politically and historically charged. “Autobiography in Asian Film, or What We Talk About When We Talk About Representation” focuses, as its title suggests, on what it feels like to see and echo in the characters on screen, and how these cinematic visions resonate in the world outside the darkened theater.

In any book with so many opinions, the reader is bound to disagree with some. There are times you almost wish Castillo would stop while speaking so you can get a word in edgewise. But then, that’s exactly what makes How to Read Now so rewarding: it’s not a lecture, but half a conversation, less about issuing commands and more about provoking responses.

In the book’s final essay, “The Children of Polyphemus,” Castillo writes movingly about how our notions of civility are constructed — and how many are rejected by the barriers erected in the process. The stories we tell about who counts as human, as worthy of care, determine how we treat each other. “How do we hold ourselves accountable – the root of indebted meaning: how can we let the story of ourselves be told? ” she asks. “Holding yourself accountable…means that in our art we do not involve our most powerful, most authoritative and most intelligent selves, but: our most particular, most insecure, most dependent selves. »

A book is nothing without a reader; it is co-created by its recipients, recreated each time the page is turned again. “How to Read Now” offers its audience the opportunity to look beyond the simplicity in which we are too often spoon-fed in order to restore ourselves to chaos and complexity – a way of seeing and reading that demands so much more from us but offer even more in return.

Romanoff is a writer and author of several young adult novels.

This story originally appeared in Los Angeles Times.

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Books for teenage girls obsessed with astrology https://nostradamus500.com/books-for-teenage-girls-obsessed-with-astrology/ Sun, 10 Jul 2022 15:00:00 +0000 https://nostradamus500.com/books-for-teenage-girls-obsessed-with-astrology/ Astrology is a way for people to predict how they will behave and feel based on the position of planets and stars, according to very good spirit. As such, it makes sense for teenage girls to learn more about astrology to find out how compatible they are with their latest crushes, which days are lucky, […]]]>

Astrology is a way for people to predict how they will behave and feel based on the position of planets and stars, according to very good spirit. As such, it makes sense for teenage girls to learn more about astrology to find out how compatible they are with their latest crushes, which days are lucky, and which days can be problematic.



But just because a few horoscopes are read do not make a competent astrologer. And that’s why giving books to astrology-obsessed teenage girls is a fun way for them to learn about a very broad subject and figure out how best to use the knowledge they’ve gained to understand their place in the universe.

Young people like the idea of ​​finding out how they behave with their friends and family based on what the stars have to say. So, according to Atlantic, more young people than ever treat astrology as a religion. And because of that, they are gobbling up astrology books left and right to find out more.

But with so many books on the market, it can be hard to know what to choose, especially for teenage girls. That’s why it’s helpful to narrow the field when trying to find works by authors they might like.

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Here are books for teenage girls obsessed with astrology.

ten Astrology: Using the Wisdom of the Stars in Your Everyday Life By DK

A great beginner’s book for teenage girls interested in astrology is Astrology: using the wisdom of the stars in your everyday life. This book not only explains how to interpret the signs of the zodiac and the universe so that teenagers know where they belong, but also provides helpful advice on how to use astrology to improve life as it is now. and in the future.

9 Predict events with astrology By Celeste Sarcelle

For teenage girls who want to learn how to make accurate predictions and use their interpretive skills, this is the book for them. It is extremely comprehensive and takes readers beyond what astrological signs are and encourages them through advice on how to predict what will happen in the future.


8 The Complete Guide to Astrology: Understanding Yourself, Your Signs, and Your Birth Chart By Louise Edington

For those new to astrology, The complete guide to astrology is a great read. Indeed, the book is broken down in a way that makes sense for those who want to start interpreting what the night sky says in regards to what the future will bring, what careers are a good fit, and relationship advice for the friends. , family, and more.

seven Astrology 101 By Kathleen Sear

For teenage girls who don’t want all the detailed information some beginner books provide, Astrology 101 is an excellent choice. It allows readers to simply read about specific signs, what personality traits are found in the signs, which signs are compatible, and more.

And for those who want a little more information than just superficial tidbits about what astrology is, the book touches on that as well. It really is a great read for teenage girls.


6 a bit of astrology By Colin Bedel

Reading astrological charts is not an easy thing. But, for teenage girls who want to learn how to do it the easy way, a bit of astrology is informative reading.

There’s a little about each of the astrological signs, a little about the history of astrology… a little about everything. And that’s why this book is a popular choice for beginning astrologers.

5 The Only Astrology Book You’ll Ever Need By Joanna Martine Woolfolk

For those looking to see how the signs are compatible and what the future looks like for money, love, health and more, The Only Astrology Book You’ll Ever Need is a winner.

In the latest edition of this book, teenage girls can see how the study of astrology has changed over the past decade and why it is so relevant in today’s life. And given that so many of this generation are chomping at the bit to learn more about this science, that makes for a good read for teenage girls.


4 astrology for the soul By Jan Spiller

astrology for Soul is a book that can help teenage girls discover what their unique gifts are and the obstacles that might currently be in their lives preventing them from reaching their true potential.

Beyond this information, the book also discusses the past lives people have had. And while that’s interesting on its own, the book goes deeper to discuss what past lives might be holding people back in their present lives.

The goal is to help readers on their journey through life and make it as successful as possible. Something teenage girls would benefit from reading.

3 The stars in you By Juliana McCarthy & Alejandro Cardenas

When teenage girls want to know and learn to read their birth chart, The stars in you will help to do just that.

The surface concepts of astrology are covered in the book which provides a background of what astrology is. Most importantly, the book uses astrology to help people better accept and love themselves. Something that can sometimes be difficult for teenage girls to do.

2 The secret language of birthdays By Gary Goldschneider

The date when people were born plays an important role in their overall personality. This, coupled with how astrology guides people through life, will determine their strengths, weaknesses, and any issues that arise on their journey through life.

Above The secret language of birthdays providing all this information, it also delves into tarot and numerology. Therefore, teenage girls get a taste of many ways to read about how their life is going to unfold. Something that can be not only informative but helpful when it comes to helping them figure out how to live life to the fullest.


1 sun signs By Linda Goodman

There are astrological signs that many are familiar with. Then there are the sun and moon signs that are perhaps lesser known.

sun signs focus directly on how the sun works with each particular sign. In the video above, you can jump straight to 2:42 where Haley talks about this book.

By doing this, teens will discover what motivates not only themselves, but also others in their lives. And therefore, have a better relationship with all of them.

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