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Uncle John's Weird Weird World

by Matt Sutherland

If you’re on a need-to-know basis with the truth at its wackiest, if your idea of pleasure reading includes bizarre diseases, dumb crooks, and who holds the record for the longest shower, if you’re dying to know the history of lava... Read More

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Goodnight Brew

by Matt Sutherland

Inspired by the much-loved kids’ book Goodnight Moon, this very clever “pitcher book” features wort hogs, hops wildebeests, otters in charge of the water, and other brewery beasts to colorfully demonstrate the brewing process and... Read More

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I Ate a Cicada Today

by Aimee Jodoin

Each limerick-like verse in this book of goofy anecdotes uses evocative yet silly vocabulary to convey situations that are both nonsensical and imaginative. A thug mugs a ladybug, for instance, and a tall giraffe gets photographed— in... Read More

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A bitch in Rome

by Christine Canfield

Camillo is both vulnerable and humorous in her portrayal of a new pet that causes jealousy in her marriage. The little dog was badly hurt. What could they do but bring her into their apartment in Rome and nurse her back to health? But... Read More

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Midlife Cabernet

by Heather Weber

Ambrose provides frank conversation and a pick-me-up in the face of all the challenges midlife has to offer. Elaine Ambrose’s Midlife Cabernet: Life, Love & Laughter after Fifty is an Erma Bombeck-esque tribute to women who are... Read More

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