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The Immortals

by Eileen Gonzalez

In Makenzy Orcel’s "The Immortals", a grieving woman vents her feelings on death and loss. A Haitian sex worker cajoles her client, a writer, into recording the life of her protégé, who was killed in the 2010 earthquake. Despite the... Read More

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The Most Amazing Bird

by Danielle Ballantyne

From one winter to the next, Aggataa, a young Inuit girl, develops appreciation for nature with the help of her grandmother in the Canadian North. When she meets the small, disheveled raven her grandmother saved last winter, Aggataa dubs... Read More

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Ways to Say I Love You

by Danielle Ballantyne

In this whimsical love letter to love itself, lyrical rhymes and exquisite watercolor illustrations paint an inclusive, educational portrait of the countless ways that humans and animals convey affection. A variety of cultures, ages, and... Read More

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Now Before the Dark

by Claire Foster

The feckless Sloot returns in "Now Before the Dark", the third book in Sam Hooker’s Very Serious Darkness series. Once an accountant for gangsters, and a former ghost who’s been transfigured into a demon, Sloot endures farcical... Read More

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As If Death Summoned

by Aimee Jodoin

Alan Rose’s literary novel "As If Death Summoned" is about grief and community in the time of the HIV/AIDS epidemic. The book’s unnamed narrator has returned to the US from Australia, where he spent a decade with his partner, Gray,... Read More

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