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Forever Free: A True Story of Hope in the Fight for Child Literacy

Bailey’s book is recommended for anyone who has an interest in improving literacy rates or who enjoys narratives of individuals overcoming obstacles to bring a vision to fruition. Directors of small nonprofit organizations will be able to relate to the successes and frustrations Bailey experiences, including the adjustments required by the COVID-19 pandemic.
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The Year of Our Love

This book is recommended for readers who like an unconventional love story and are interested in the political and social upheaval in Italy during the late 20th century.
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The Nation of Plants

Readers who appreciate slim books packed with a social punch and science anecdotes (prickly pears and lichen are especially interesting) will enjoy this offering. Another recommended, thought-provoking read from Mancuso.

Why Didn't We Riot?: A Black Man in Trumpland

An essential and powerful call for action asking us all to examine the role our silence plays in upholding white supremacy.

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And Their Children After Them

Winner of France’s Prix Goncourt, Mathieu’s English debut focuses on coming-of-age angst while also speaking volumes for the disenfranchised, who rarely have a voice in their country’s conversation.
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Breathing Through the Wound

As in A Million Drops, del Árbol proves he’s adept at creating richly drawn characters and weaving their disparate stories, building to a shattering, violent climax.
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Self-Confidence: A Philosophy

A thoughtful read for anyone seeking the philosophical underpinnings of self-confidence, while wishing to avoid psychological exercises that feel either too simplistic or too overwhelming to implement.

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Machiavelli: The Art of Teaching People What To Fear

Readers looking to learn more about the thinker, as well as those seeking an introduction, will find this creative work appealing.

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Beside Myself

Short-listed for the 2017 German Book Prize, Salzmann’s multilayered first novel should find resonance with cosmopolitan Stateside audiences, most especially with internationally savvy LGBTQIA readers.
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