Crack open a book during Atlanta’s Big Read
by Nicole Dow
12:09 PM, Wednesday, August 27
The Atlanta History Center in Buckhead, in partnership with the Atlanta-Fulton Public Library System, is encouraging the public to get lost in a good book as The Big Read returns to the city for its fourth time and first since 2010. The Big Read i...

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