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What Just Happened: Notes on a Long Year

This memoir, from a left-of-center political perspective, provides an honest account of the pandemic that will be relatable to many like-minded readers.
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Out of Office: The Big Problem and Bigger Promise of Working from Home

Will appeal to company leaders looking for new organizational models and workers looking to advocate for change in their organizations.
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Lidia’s “A Pot, a Pan, and a Bowl”: Simple Recipes for Perfect Meals

Readers who are familiar with homestyle Italian cooking will be reminded of its simple joys, while those looking to make something attainable in their kitchen will enjoy the simplicity offered here. Note that this is the companion cookbook for the forthcoming TV series Lidia’s Kitchen: Home Cooking.
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The President and the Frog

In a tale of survival, resilience, and resistance, of forming connections and establishing personal priorities, De Robertis (Cantoras) delivers a meditation on human feeling, both ugly and beautiful. The ex-president always felt close to the earth, with living things a balm to his soul, just as a beautiful story like this one is a balm to readers.
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App Kid: How a Child of Immigrants Grabbed a Piece of the American Dream

Sayman has an inspirational story that will inspire and fascinate many readers, especially those interested in technology and coding. This accessible, personal account is sure to be popular and should have YA crossover appeal.

Master of the Game: Henry Kissinger and the Art of Middle East Diplomacy

Indyk’s reflective review of Kissinger’s Realpolitik negotiations can be a model for understanding how to subdue rather than settle international negotiations. Essential reading.

Robert E. Lee: A Life

Based on family letters and other primary documents, this fine biography is a must-read for Civil War enthusiasts and those interested in Lee’s legacy.

The Education of Corporal John Musgrave

This often-engrossing memoir might offer comfort to families of people serving in the armed forces and will also appeal to Vietnam Warera readers. See Gerald Nicosia’s classic Home to War for an in-depth narrative of the VVAW.

The Speckled Beauty: A Dog and His People

Highly recommended for readers who would enjoy an Appalachian Marley and Me where the dog doesn’t die. Bookstores and libraries should anticipate enormous demand.
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