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Doubleday was founded in 1897. Among their first bestsellers was The Day's Work by Rudyard Kipling. Today, Doubleday publishes an array of commercial fiction, literary fiction and serious nonfiction titles.

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Bennington Girls Are Easy: A Novel

Bennington Girls Are Easy: A Novel - Charlotte Silver “The best part of the book was how real it felt. Although I don’t share the Bennington College background (or some of the absurd wealth) with the characters, I could still easily relate to all of them. Bennington Girls Are Easy looks at the growing up everyone must do after college graduation, with some having smoother transitions into the “real world” than others. I laughed at Sylvie and Cassandra’s antics in New York, including their desperate attempts to make money (babysitting, working at a bakery, even running a lemonade stand) while their rich friends had no such worries. I admit I could see my friends and myself falling victim to these same sorts of dilemmas a few years down the road.” - Katie D., Doubleday Marketing intern