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On the Books: February 8th

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Harpo, Inc. has chosen Abrams to publish a book celebrating The Oprah Winfrey Show scheduled for release in Fall 2011.

The real Michael Oher says he has “more personality” than The Blind Side’s Hollywood depiction of him. Oher tells his side of the story in I Beat the Odds: From Homelessness to the Blind Side, which hits bookstores today.

Donald Rumsfeld defends his decision-making and criticizes Condoleezza Rice and Colin Powell in his memoir Known and Unknown.

Hip-Hop: A Cultural Odyssey, a mammoth, comprehensive new offering from ARIA traces hip-hop from its roots to the present moment. Interviewees include pioneers such as Afrika Bambaata and current Grammy nominees, including Cee-Lo Green.

One mom sees what happens when she uses Amy Chua’s book as a parenting guide..

Even given the scary state of publishing, there’s still room on the shelves for debut novelists.

Do you have “reading attention deficit disorder” (RADD)? It may have everything to do with lighting.

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