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Win a copy of Calico Joe by John Grisham.
Joe Castle was an up and coming rookie for the Cubs, a future hall-of-famer. He enthralled fans and shattered batting records hitting home run after home run. It was a magical summer until August, when the Cubs faced the Mets, and Warren Tracey threw a fastball that would change everyone’s lives forever.
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Win a copy of Calico Joe by John Grisham.

Joe Castle was an up and coming rookie for the Cubs, a future hall-of-famer. He enthralled fans and shattered batting records hitting home run after home run. It was a magical summer until August, when the Cubs faced the Mets, and Warren Tracey threw a fastball that would change everyone’s lives forever.

Click cover to enter. Last day is April 22nd, US addresses only.

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The Most Literate Cities in the U.S.

The top 10 for 2011, as ranked by Central Connecticut State University President Jack Miller, based on data that includes number of bookstores, library resources, newspaper circulation and Internet resources:

  1. Washington, D.C.
  2. Seattle
  3. Minneapolis
  4. Atlanta
  5. Boston
  6. Pittsburgh
  7. Cincinnati
  8. St. Louis
  9. San Francisco
  10. Denver

(Source: USA Today)

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