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How-to: Submitting Your Manuscript

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How-to: Submitting Your Manuscript
Interested in submitting a manuscript? We break down the how-to in this post. From types of manuscripts we're looking for to where you need to submit.

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Makahiki: The Thanksgiving Most People Don't Know About

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Makahiki: The Thanksgiving Most People Don't Know About
Native Hawaiians have a similar celebration of Thanksgiving called Makahiki. Through the years, the traditions and festivals have evolved.

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Buying the Best Gift in the Best Way

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Buying the Best Gift in the Best Way
A 3 step guide to getting the best gifts for your loved ones this holiday season.

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Places Around Portland to Buy Tolly

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Places Around Portland to Buy Tolly

Tolly has a special place in our hearts. Thankfully, retailers around town have also found this artistic and inspiring children’s book to be treasure, and stock it on their shelves. We’d like to give a shoutout to these wonderful Portland shops and bookstores that stock Tolly, among other great books and products. Green Bean Books is a whimsical children’s bookstore in the Alberta Arts District. They have story times in multiple languages, summer camps, and even a deck and a garden! If you and your children haven’t visited this adorable bookshop, put some of their events (such as their monthly “Read to...

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Six Cities to Bike Share to a Bookstore

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Six Cities to Bike Share to a Bookstore

Here in Portland, a new bike-share program hosted by Nike called Biketown has been recently rolled out. These rentable bikes are stationed all over town and are a great way to get from point A to point B, whether it’s for a scenic bike ride down the waterfront, to meet a friend at a coffee shop downtown, or, our favorite, to get to a bookstore. With Biketown, we can use all of these conveniently-placed bright orange bikes to get to Mother Foucaults in the SE, Cameron’s Books & Magazines, the oldest bookstore in Portland, Daedalus Books in the Alphabet District, or the perennial...

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