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All People Are Beautiful

by Kristine Morris

The bright picture book "All People Are Beautiful" celebrates the diverse beauty that exists across the world. Vincent Kelly’s inviting picture book "All People Are Beautiful" shows that differences can make life fun and exciting. The... Read More

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Halo around the Moon

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Halo around the Moon" is a dark mystery novel that focuses on the strange, unpredictable ways in which events and people are connected. A grisly murder triggers a series of violent events in Matt Ritter’s mystery novel "Halo around... Read More

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The Man

by Mari Carlson

"The Man" is a robust biography that pays tribute to Alfred M. Best, the founder of a credit rating business. Put together by the company he founded, Alfred M. Best’s biography "The Man" reveals him in the context of his family and... Read More

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Shadows of Saigon

by Carolina Ciucci

In the historical novel "Shadows of Saigon", a complicated young man falls in love while serving in the Vietnam War. In Mark R. Anderson’s intriguing novel "Shadows of Saigon", a man falls in love in war-torn Vietnam. Grady wakes in a... Read More

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Death by Chaos

by Anna Maria Colivicchi

"Death by Chaos" is a compelling novel in which a moment changes four college students’ lives forever. Renaii West’s coming-of-age novel "Death by Chaos" focuses on a four-girl friend group in college in the 1970s. Easygoing Tasha,... Read More

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Ella McBella in the Dark

by Kristine Morris

"Ella McBella in the Dark" is a sensitive picture book that encourages the use of one’s inner resources to confront, and conquer, fear. In Laura Pells’s enchanting picture book "Ella McBella in the Dark", a girl conquers her fears... Read More

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A River Called Time

by Aimee Jodoin

Courttia Newland’s "A River Called Time" is an expansive speculative novel in which the British did not colonize Africa, but instead sought to learn from its cultures. In an alternate reality London, Markriss has been selected to live... Read More

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