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Bunker: Building for the End Times

Readers interested in current topics, cultural studies, and survivalism will enjoy this insightful look at prepper culture.
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Women in the Kitchen: Twelve Essential Cookbook Writers Who Defined the Way We Eat, from 1661 to Today

An additional purchase for large collections with culinary histories in high ­demand.

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The Great Gatsby: The Graphic Novel

Fordham (To Kill a Mockingbird: A Graphic Novel) retains much of Fitzgerald’s singular prose, which Morton (His Dream of the Skyland) illustrates with an eye toward period detail and restraint that blossoms into expressive tableaus of vivid color at key moments. Here, Fitzgerald’s incisive exposé of the shallow excesses of the elite feels startlingly fresh nearly 100 years after its original publication.

If It Bleeds

Longtime readers and new King fans alike will love the fresh tales in this wonderful collection. [See Prepub Alert, 10/28/19.]
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The End of Everything: (Astrophysically Speaking)

Readers with some background in physical sciences, philosophers of science, and anyone wondering what to read after Brian Greene’s Until the End of Time will relish this blend of wit and deep thought.

Show Them You’re Good: A Portrait of Boys in the City of Angels the Year Before College

Hobbs arranges dozens of vignettes of these boys and their friends, foregrounding their experiences and centering their voice in a beautifully rendered group portrait of adolescents and of adolescence itself.

Bezonomics: How Amazon Is Changing Our Lives and What the World’s Best Companies Are Learning from It

This will appeal to those with an interest in the role of artificial intelligence and machine learning in business.

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The Turnaway Study: Ten Years, a Thousand Women, and the Consequences of Having—Or Being Denied—an Abortion

Foster listens to the “turnaway women,” and lets their stories, even more than her own scholarship, disrupt the accepted moral and political narratives that regulate access to abortion.

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More Than Love: An Intimate Portrait of My Mother, Natalie Wood

Nothing new here about Wood. Not an essential purchase.

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