Elton John doesn’t hold anything back in his autobiography. Born Reginald Dwight, he tells of growing up as a shy boy in the London suburbs to early music struggles with his songwriting partner Bernie Taupin to becoming a global superstar. Truly living the sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll lifestyle, he spills it all, from his suicide attempt to befriending Princess Diana to finally conquering his addiction. It’s easy to see why he has always attracted the spotlight. $14.99, amazon.com
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Olivia Newton-John's autobiography, released last fall in her longtime home Australia, comes out in the U.S. in 2019.
Internship grants totaling $27,000 were awarded to 21 public libraries in Nebraska.
As the place of his birth, Omaha seems like a brief footnote in the short life of Malcolm X. Yet the frightening experience his family had here just before he was born undoubtedly shaped Malcolm’s racial consciousness and played a role in his evolution as a civil rights firebrand.
The Bookworm in Omaha and The Plains Trading Company in Valentine have copies of “Pioneer Girl” on hand — for now — while Amazon.com is “temporarily out of stock” and its third-party sellers are asking in some cases double or triple the $39.95 cover price.