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In honor of Black History Month, the autobiography of Negro Leagues baseball star Wilmer Fields is free for five days. Wilmer Fields was a superstar in the Negro Leagues, back when baseball was segregated. After Jackie Robinson broke the color […]

Win a copy of the endearing book that inspired this week’s movie release, A Dog’s Purpose by W. Bruce Cameron! Send an email to moviemom@moviemom.com with Dog in the subject line and tell me your favorite pet. Don’t forget your […]

“A Dog’s Purpose,” in theaters this week, is a love letter to dogs and the people who are lucky enough to be loved by them. A dog named Bailey loves a boy and then, as he dies and is reborn […]

Mission: Jimmy Stewart and the Fight for Europe by Robert Matzen, tells the story of the extraordinary war service of the man we all know as the genial actor who always seemed to exemplify American values. He seldom spoke about […]

Featuring almost 1000 images and over 350 pages, The Art of Jay Ward Productions provides the ultimate overview of the Jay Ward studio from its early inception through its many fondly remembered cartoon shows like Rocky and Bullwinkle, Dudley Do-right, […]

Audible presents Richard Armitage (“The Hobbit”) reading a spellbinding novel version of the world’s most famous tragic love story, Romeo and Juliet, adapted by David Hewson. Armitage says, “I think Romeo and Juliet is the greatest, most tragic love story […]

“The Daily Show” host Trevor Noah has written a new memoir, Born a Crime: Stories from a South African Childhood, available as an audiobook from Audible, and we are pleased to be able to share a clip. In the Mail […]

No matter what character Anna Kendrick plays, you can’t help wishing you could just hang out with her, having some tea and laughing at the world. Now she has written a memoir called Scrappy Little Nobody, and her wry, self-deprecating, […]

Two WWII books by men who were there: WWII in the South Pacific is the story of my uncle, Stanley Frankel, including his experiences with Rodger Young, whose heroism was honored with a song by Frank Loesser. Based on his […]

David A.R. White is one of the most recognizable actors and producers of faith-based films, best known for his starring role in the “God’s Not Dead” film series. In his two-decade career, David has starred in more than 25 films […]