New York Occasions: 11 New Books We Advocate This Week | KyivPost

Published on December 19th. Updated December 19 at 12:23 PM

A man reads a book while standing online at Bellevue Hospital in New York for free COVID-19 antibody tests on August 19, 2020.

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The pandemic has done strange things to our sense of time. But it won’t be here forever, believe it or not, and even if the first wave of Covid books is still on the rise, at least one writer is already thinking about what’s next: in their latest edition says political commentator and CNN host Fareed Zakaria offers “Ten Lessons for a Post-Pandemic World”. This is a book we recommend this week. But if you’d rather avoid coronavirus in your reading altogether, we also like a legendary coaching book about his life in college basketball, a reminder about group therapy, and two different Kennedy biographies: one about John and one about Ted. There are collections of essays by beloved authors Hilary Mantel and David Sedaris, as well as a study of how science shaped Leonardo’s painting and a review of the lessons America’s founders learned from ancient times.

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