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Nip in the air can't keep bookworms away from Tucson Festival of Books

Nip in the air can't keep bookworms away from Tucson Festival of Books

Even hoodie-and-umbrella weather didn't dampen the enthusiasm of the thousands of people who strolled the University of Arizona Mall Saturday during the Tucson Festival of Books.

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Nip in the air can't keep bookworms away from Tucson Festival of Books

Nip in the air can't keep bookworms away from Tucson Festival of Books

Anne Thompson, left, and Chloe Cobb, dressed appropriately as angels, hand out bookmarks for "Our First 22 Days in Heaven," by David Orlowski during the opening day of the celebration of literacy at the University of Arizona.

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Nip in the air can't keep bookworms away from Tucson Festival of Books

Nip in the air can't keep bookworms away from Tucson Festival of Books

Anne Thompson, left, and Chloe Cobb, dressed appropriately as angels, hand out bookmarks for "Our First 22 Days in Heaven," by David Orlowski during the opening day of the celebration of literacy at the University of Arizona.

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Nip in the air can't keep bookworms away from Tucson Festival of Books

Nip in the air can't keep bookworms away from Tucson Festival of Books

Author Jodi Picoult packed the Student Union Ballroom on Saturday for her presentation. Picoult is the author of 18 novels. Her latest is "The Storyteller."

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Nip in the air can't keep bookworms away from Tucson Festival of Books

Nip in the air can't keep bookworms away from Tucson Festival of Books

Actor, author and conservationist Ted Danson talks with Mindy Miller before the start of his presentation during the fifth Tucson Festival of Books at the University of Arizona. The two-day festival, with parking and admission free, concludes today.

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Rain or shine, plans for Tucson Festival of Books stay firm

Bibliophiles might want to tuck umbrellas into their tote bags, but the chance of scattered showers shouldn't deter lovers of the written word from attending the fifth annual Tucson Festival of Books this weekend.

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