Ahliah Bratzler

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Creative Crochet Projects: 12 Playful Projects for Beginners and Beyond

In her excellent first book, Pokorny gives us quick and easy designs that are eye-catching and whimsical.

Mouths of Rain: An Anthology of Black Lesbian Thought

It’s time people listen to Black lesbians and utilize that knowledge into action to improve lives. This book is a gateway into that action. An essential component to any social science shelf, this is transformative, vital reading.

Two Truths and a Lie: Murder, Obsession, and Justice in the Sunshine State

Dark, foreboding, and emotional, this title is as gripping as a thriller and laced with cogent insights--McGarrahan stresses that sometimes there isn’t an objective truth to uncover. Fans of Michelle McNamara’s I’ll Be Gone in the Dark will be spellbound.

Murder in Montague: Frontier Justice and Retribution in Texas

This deliberate, beautifully written work offers a disturbing, clear-sighted look into murder on the frontier. Any collection of Western U.S. history or true crime is incomplete without this title.
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More Alike Than Different: My Life with Down Syndrome

There is much to learn from Egan’s experiences as a man with Down syndrome, his triumphs, defeats, and relentless drive.
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Cold Case North: The Search for James Brady and Absolom Halkett

Blending historical narrative and true crime, this is compelling reading for anyone interested in First Nations cultures or cold case research.
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Jeannie’s Demise

A solid addition to any true crime collection, this work implores us to consider the human costs of criminalizing abortion.
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How to They/Them: A Visual Guide to Nonbinary Pronouns and the World of Gender Fluidity

Designed to be both a guide for those actively seeking more inclusive language and a useful gift for people who are uncertain regarding they/them pronouns, this book is more lighthearted than Dennis Baron's What's Your Pronoun? As an essential Q&A guide to gender identity, it deserves attention.

Sitting Pretty: The View from My Ordinary Resilient Disabled Body

Taussig’s narrative style is highly conversational, making it feel like one is chatting with a lifelong friend. Her ability to bring levity to a topic some may find taboo is certain to help spread her message of acceptance and love.
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