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Hello once again, friends an fellow intrepid explorers of the ever expanding, ever bountiful, mysterious and yet-to-be-fully-grokked-by-mere-humans book multiverse! We’re back with yet another report on what’s new out there among the literary nebulae and grammatically galactic goings on:
A lost Sherlock Holmes short story has been discovered in the attic of historian Walter Elliot. The story appears to have been written in order to raise money for the restoration of a bridge in the town of Selkirk in Scotland. If the story is an authentic Sir Arthur Conan Doyle story, it will be the first “new” Sherlock Holmes story in 80 years.
And if that wasn’t exciting enough, a new Dr. Seuss book has been discovered more than 20 years after his death. The book, entitled What Pet Should I Get, will be released in July of this year.
Actor Ewan McGregor will make his directorial debut with the film adaptation
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