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Bolla

Winner of the Finlandia Prize, this novel by the Kosovo-born Finnish author Statovci (Crossing) vividly describes the devastating effects of war. A harrowing and breathtaking book about abandonment, cruelty, and desire.
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Losing Eden: Our Fundamental Need for the Natural World—and Its Ability To Heal Body and Soul

Jones writes a lyrical account of human fascination with nature and wilderness. Like other recent works that extoll the psychological benefits of the great outdoors, Jones’s book should find an eager audience.
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A Song Everlasting

Some readers may not find the protagonist’s internal struggle compelling, but his story is written with heart and hope.

Seek You: A Journey Through American Loneliness

An insightful and compassionate investigation of loneliness, which Radke convincingly calls “one of the most universal things any person can feel.”
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There Plant Eyes: A Personal and Cultural History of Blindness

Godin covers a lot of ground in this wide-ranging account. Though sometimes dense with detail, her writing stands out for the way it emphasizes that disability is often an afterthought when it comes to diversity, and that disabled people are not a monolith.
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My Time Will Come: A Memoir of Crime, Punishment, Hope, and Redemption

Manuel provides a firsthand account of the U.S. prison system’s inhumanity for minors, and he writes a compelling call for change. A raw look at the intersection of the U.S. legal system, racism, and trauma.
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Within Our Grasp: Childhood Malnutrition Worldwide and the Revolution Taking Place To End It

Russell’s passion for citizen science, the important subject she explores, and her jargon-free presentation of information relating to malnutrition will open worlds for most readers, from high school students to sociologists.
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Morningside Heights

Henkin treats the complications of a complicated disease with insight, honesty, and humanity, in a style that is as readable as it is consummately literate.

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