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A Beary Rainy Day

by Danielle Ballantyne

A blue bear named Wallow always gets gloomy when it rains, preferring to stay in bed, but a visit from his friend Little Cub has him donning his yellow raincoat and learning to find the silver lining of storm clouds. Mixed-media... Read More

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by Angela McQuay

The Chicago transit system is the nexus of two seemingly unconnected murders in Tiffany Cates’s unsettling, satisfying novel M-Theory. Donovan rides the train every day, taking note of the different people whom he sees on a regular... Read More

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Blue Yonder

by Aimee Jodoin

"Blue Yonder" is a historical biography that captures the coming-of-age of a young soldier against the dramatic backdrop of World War II. Susan Gemmill’s biography of her military father, Bill Gemmill, reads like a novel; it is a... Read More

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Bride of the Buddha

by Kristine Morris

"Bride of the Buddha" is a luminous, imaginative story of love, courage, and devotion that brings the turbulent times around the birth of Buddhism to life as they were lived by the wife whom Siddhartha abandoned to follow his spiritual... Read More

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by Eileen Gonzalez

In Sally Bellerose’s novel "Fishwives", an elderly lesbian couple looks back on their lives together. Regina and Jackie have been together for sixty years. They are in mediocre health, can’t afford groceries without coupons, and are... Read More

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The Merciful

by Karen Rigby

When a hit-and-run kills a South Carolina teenager who was bicycling after dark, the fallout leads a community to ruminate. Jon Sealy’s "The Merciful" is a searing novel in which public judgments and personal reckonings spiral from a... Read More

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