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Hearts of Our People

by Rachel Jagareski

Hearts of our People catalogs the first major exhibition focused on Native American women’s art. Curated by Jill Ahlberg Yohe and Teri Greeves, and incorporating essays by many Native artists and scholars, this is a landmark... Read More

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Are You Afraid of the Dark Rum?

by Katie Asher

Sam Slaughter’s 90s-themed cocktail book "Are You Afraid of the Dark Rum?" is full of delicious drinks, nostalgia, and just the right amount of corny humor. Puns and plays-on-words are abundant in this book. It induces strong 90s... Read More

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Green Valley

by Danielle Ballantyne

A technological utopia collapses into a prison of nightmares in Louis Greenberg’s science fiction thriller "Green Valley", a breakneck novel that explores what remains of human nature in a world of virtual reality. When society grows... Read More

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The Last Real Girl

by Karen Rigby

A beautiful high school student, Charlotte, disappears from a Halloween party in L. C. Warman’s "The Last Real Girl", which gradually unveils the lakeside town that bred her. An enticing cast of suspects emerges as Reese, Charlotte’s... Read More

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Brown

by Peter Dabbene

Håkon Øvreås’s "Brown" is a touching, timeless story that captures the unbounded imagination and uncertain innocence of youth. Originally published in Norway, "Brown" has been translated into more than thirty languages and is the... Read More

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Is 2 a Lot?

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

Joey and his mom discuss the surprising ways that quantities can be measured and compared in this creative adventure with numbers. It adds up to a whole lot of fun, and active illustrations highlight Joey’s wild imagination as he... Read More

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