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Wizenberg's breezy, fluid writing brings recipes and cooking to life and broadens the reader's understanding of how to think about creating a meal.
One of Tolstoy's most exciting publications has passed by almost unnoticed.
Using books as therapy is accessible to us all, is free with a library card, and even has a name: bibliotherapy. Here are a few ways to apply bibliotherapy to your own life and create your personal fiction first aid kit for challenging feelings and situations.
Setting aside time to curl up in a chair or stretch out on your bed with a good, slow, smart novel is a comfier way to reflect than, say, Zumba class.
The company's blog features user-submitted questions and responses from Bibliotherapists. A recent post involves an art student