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- Iris - For those who believe our 90s are the age for gracefully fading away, meet Iris Apfel, who is live and in living color in this documentary.
- Last Chance Harvey - Struggling American jingle writer Harvey Shine (Dustin Hoffman) travels abroad for his estranged daughter's wedding, a happy occasion that quickly makes him miserable. He’s humiliated by his ex-wife (Kathy Baker), …
- The Dollhouse: A Novel - Aspiring career women of the 1950s often left home to attend secretarial school or to seek jobs in New York City.
- The Story of Arthur Truluv: A Novel - If it seems as though the bookshelves are full of crotchety-old-people stories, and you’re left aching to believe that all people don’t end up curmudgeons, Elizabeth Berg’s The Story of …
- Ending Ageism or How Not to Shoot Old People - If you’re not sure what ageism is, or you doubt that it does much harm, read this book.
- Walking with Peety: The Dog Who Saved My Life - Do you know a yo-yo dieter looking for inspiration, maybe a couch potato who needs a nudge in the right direction? Eric O’Grey was in his early 50s, depressed and …
- The Orphan Boy - This Maasai tale from Africa is about a magical secret that will be ruined if found out—and the consuming curiosity to discover it anyway.
- Bread and Roses, Too - This absorbing novel takes place during the infamous 1912 “Bread and Roses” strike in the textile mills of Lawrence, Massachusetts.