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Confessions of a Bunny

by Christine Canfield

A beloved stuffy recounts her adventures with her person in this sweet and sassy children’s book. There are stuffed animals, and then there are stuffies—best friends, confidants, commiserators, and adventurers. In "Confessions of a... Read More

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Housewife

by Christine Canfield

It is the story of a woman faced with an unimaginable obstacle, and how she found the strength to climb over it. When Kristin Collier’s husband came out to her as transgender, Kristin did what most people do when faced with the... Read More

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Seeking Alice

by Christine Canfield

This novel blends a deeply emotional story with an environment that is captivating in its danger and complexity. In Camilla Trinchieri’s "Seeking Alice", World War II is a force that makes it difficult for families to stay together.... Read More

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The Mercy Journals

by Christine Canfield

This complex tale puts global crises and personal crises hand in hand, and questions if morality must adapt. Many dystopian novels feel distant, taking place in a time far from now, but Claudia Casper’s "The Mercy Journals" feels like... Read More

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