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Young Bucks: Killing the Business from Backyards to the Big Leagues

Those not familiar with professional wrestling may initially get lost in a sea of names, places, and events that often seem to blur together. However, this intriguing, personal, family-centered telling of the Jacksons’ story will draw in and inspire many readers. Recommended for public libraries, and some academic business collections.

Reclaiming Her Time: The Power of Maxine Waters

In turn both entertaining yet serious, this informal biography will especially engage political buffs but also general readers of excellent biography.
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You Ought To Do a Story About Me: Addiction, an Unlikely Friendship, and the Endless Quest for Redemption

This story of a unique bond between two friends deserves wide readership in public libraries and is an ideal choice for book groups and discussions.
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This Is What America Looks Like: My Journey from Refugee to Congresswoman

An introspective and self-assured memoir that unfortunately suffers from a jumpy narrative in later chapters. Recommended for readers interested in refugee and immigration stories, but the book may disappoint those hoping for details on politics and policy proposals.

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Dare To Speak: Defending Free Speech for All

An informative work for readers interested in human rights, free speech, censorship, and how they interact. [See Prepub Alert, 10/21/19.].

Missed Translations: Meeting the Immigrant Parents Who Raised Me

A delightful memoir of people and place that will draw in Deb’s fans and attract plenty of new ones.

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Napkin Finance: Build Your Wealth in 30 Seconds or Less

Perfect for financial novices and students--the unique compact format and simple sketches make even the most complex financial concepts both easy to read and understand.

Kindness and Wonder: Why Mister Rogers Matters Now More Than Ever

All readers will find inspiration in this uplifting book, particularly in today’s complex world. Pair with Maxwell King’s The Good Neighbor for a multifaceted look at an innovator of children’s television. [See Prepub Alert, 4/8/19.]
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God Save the Queens: The Essential History of Women in Hip-Hop

Iandoli gives female artists the recognition they deserve, while showing that there is still work to do. Place this book in the hands of fans of Hanif Abdurraqib and Jeff Chang.
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