Related Program: The Record Why Haroon Ullah Is Optmistic About Pakistan's Future By Steve Scher & Arwen Nicks • Mar 10, 2014 Related Program: The Record TweetShareGoogle+Email View Slideshow 1 of 2 Haroon Ullah visits the KUOW studios. KUOW Photo/Bond Huberman View Slideshow 2 of 2 Haroon Ullah's book “The Bargain from the Bazaar." Listen Listening... / 12:46 Steve Scher talks with U.S. diplomat and Seattle native Haroon Ullah about his book “The Bargain from the Bazaar: A Family’s Day of Reckoning in Lahore." Tags: Pakistanbooksarts & lifegovernmentTweetShareGoogle+Email Related Content Death Toll In Pakistan Church Attack Reaches 85 By Scott Neuman • Sep 23, 2013 At least 85 people are listed as dead in northwest Pakistan after what's been described as the largest-ever attack on the country's Christian minority. A pair of suicide bombers blew themselves up Sunday at the historic All Saints Church in the city of Peshawar, not far from the Afghan border. Our Conversation On Race In 'World of Warcraft,' Unabridged By Gene Demby • Mar 10, 2014 World of Warcraft is trying to reduce racial inequality. Don't worry, this isn't about racial disparities between black, Latino and Asian players — we're talking about gnomes and trolls and orcs here. The Gooey Chocolate Cookie Recipe That's Worth $5,000 By editor • Mar 10, 2014 Sally McKenney is a self-described "sprinkle lover" and author of a new cookbook based on her popular blog Sally's Baking Addiction. She says baking doesn't have to be intimidating and wants her followers to experiment along with her. Henry Winkler’s New Book Series Aims To Help Kids With Dyslexia By Steve Scher & Amina Al-Sadi • Mar 7, 2014 Flickr Photo/Elvis Kennedy (CC BY-NC-ND) Listen Listening... / 12:27 Steve Scher talks with actor and comedian Henry Winkler and author Lin Oliver about writing children books. The two have released the latest book in the “Here’s Hank” series. This time, the words are printed using a font that makes it easier for children with dyslexia to read.