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Second Story: Poems

This book is not exactly a swan song, but in many places it feels that way. What keeps it from being heavy are Duhamel’s word play, breezy free association, and chatty poetic style. For all libraries.

Randomly Moving Particles: Poems

A fine contribution to the ongoing labors of a leading poet, and a good introduction to Motion’s approach for readers new to his work.

Driving in Cars with Homeless Men

This dynamic--and often harrowing--collection beautifully spotlights lives that are rough around the edges; not standard fare but highly recommended.
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On Becoming Neighbors: The Communication Ethics of Fred Rogers

This is a scholarly narrative but well worth consideration by general readers as well as education and media professionals. Klarén’s commentary is thought provoking and illuminating.
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The Tenant of Fire

Black provides a deft accumulation of detail that might initially feel talky, but readers are advised to slow down and enjoy the atmosphere, the emotion, and the firm sense of time and place. Really, you don’t have to be from Queens.

Ringer

Highly recommended; Lehmann’s talent for engaging outwardly will win her readers among poetry fans and newbies alike.
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no time like now: Poems

A grim but somehow salutary record of our moment from one of our truly distinctive poetic voices

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