Research compiled by writing and proofreading service Global English Editing shows that 35% of people in the world have read more books than usual since COVID began.
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"It is heartening to remember that heroes emerge in unpredictable places." NPR reviews a new book depicting "the savagery of Syrian President Bashar al Assad's regime contrasted with the life-saving symbol of civilization: a library."
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