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The Widowed Ones

by Jenna Jaureguy

"The Widowed Ones" is a compelling history text focused on women’s experiences following the Battle of the Little Bighorn. Chris Enss’s inspiring history title, "The Widowed Ones", is about seven women who banded together to overcome... Read More

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Freaks

by Jenna Jaureguy

Teenage outcasts have to save their small town from a bloodthirsty monster by teaming up with their bully in Brett Riley’s fantasy novel "Freaks". Since grade school, Gabby, Micah, Jamie, and Christian have been bullied by B3, a group... 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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Living on Purpose

by Jenna Jaureguy

Evincing a sense of respect for every person, "Living on Purpose" is a self-help book about recognizing and normalizing one’s insecurities. Amy Eliza Wong’s motivational and compassionate self-help book "Living on Purpose" suggests... Read More

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Sarah’s Fall

by Jenna Jaureguy

"Sarah’s Fall" is a coming-of-age novel whose depictions of the special bonds formed between a group of childhood friends are absorbing. In Paula Riehle’s suspenseful novel "Sarah’s Fall", six teenagers’ lives are forever altered... Read More

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The Winter Charlatan

by Jenna Jaureguy

In Victoria McCombs’s "The Winter Charlatan", a desperate but determined princess works to save her kingdom and break her curse. Rowan was born with a curse: that on the last day of her eighteenth year, she would prick her finger on a... Read More

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Fooled by the Winners

by Jenna Jaureguy

This digestible, compelling social science text reexamines the stories that people have been told by and about society’s winners. Former Stanford business lecturer David Lockwood parses a variety of survivor bias examples in his social... Read More

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