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Lake Crescent

by Meg Nola

In J. J. Dupuis’s mystery novel "Lake Crescent", a cryptozoologist travels to Newfoundland in hopes of confirming or debunking the presence of a sea serpent that’s rumored to live in a lake. Laura’s team arrives in Robert’s Arm,... Read More

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Daisy Runs Wild

by Danielle Ballantyne

Daisy the koala is back with her dapper friend and owner, Jasper, in this wild romp with a subtle lesson about not making assumptions. Daisy is lazy, preferring to ride in the special contraption Jasper built for her. When she takes off... Read More

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The Nature of Small Birds

by John M. Murray

In Susie Finkbeiner’s touching novel "The Nature of Small Birds", an unusual adoption shows that families don’t have to be perfect in order to be loving. In the first of three interconnected story lines, Linda marries into the... Read More

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The Rising

by John M. Murray

"The Rising" is a heartfelt paranormal romance in which devoted parents are determined to vanquish darkness and protect their home. In Buffy M. Brinkley’s paranormal thriller "The Rising", a husband and wife steel themselves for an... Read More

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RuPaul

by Danielle Ballantyne

The renowned children’s biography series Little People, Big Dreams is back, and its latest installment showcases the indomitable, illustrious RuPaul. With bright colors reflective of RuPaul’s signature style, the book follows as... Read More

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Euphoria Kids

by Catherine Thureson

In Alison Evans’s fantastical novel "Euphoria Kids", three LGBTQ+ teenagers learn about the magic stirring in the forest around their Australian home. Babs is made of fire. When she was small, she was cursed by a witch. Now, she is... Read More

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Barcelona Dreaming

by Karen Rigby

Linked by incisive narrators and chance encounters, Rupert Thomson’s alluring novel "Barcelona Dreaming" braids three stories into a lush exploration of love and unmet longings. In “The Giant of Sarriá,” Amy, a British expat,... Read More

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