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Let Us Vote!

by Jeff Fleischer

In 1971, the ratification of the 26th Amendment lowered the voting age from twenty-one to eighteen. Jennifer Frost’s thorough, valuable "Let Us Vote!" celebrates the amendment’s semicentennial by chronicling the long struggle to pass... Read More

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Burn Coast

by Aleena Ortiz

Dale Maharidge explores personal strife, land ownership, and American history in his mystery novel "Burn Coast". A writer and reporter from New York owns land on the California coast; his neighbors there are Likowski and Eddie. When... Read More

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Eighteen

by Jenna Jaureguy

In Jenny Jaeckel’s coming-of-age novel "Eighteen" a free-spirited young woman heads for college and falls in love for the first time. Talia grew up all over, moving from commune to commune with her unconventional parents. In 1990, she... Read More

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None but the Righteous

by Mari Carlson

Chantal James’s novel "None but the Righteous" follows a man’s lifelong search of truth and meaning. When he’s a teenager, Ham, a foster child who was taken in by sophisticated Pearl and her son, Wally, meets a traveler, Mayfly. Of... Read More

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