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Black TV: Five Decades of Groundbreaking Television from ‘Soul Train’ to ‘Black-ish’ and Beyond

Readers who fondly remember watching programs such as In Living Color and Everybody Hates Chris will especially enjoy this. Same goes for TV enthusiasts looking for something to rewatch.

New Adult

Give to listeners who enjoy some whimsy with their romances.

Kiss Me, Mi Amor

Give to listeners who enjoy adaptations of classic stories, such as Pride, Prejudice, and Other Flavors by Sonali Dev.

Curves for Days

Final act aside, listeners of small-town romances with appealing heroines should enjoy.

Everyday Something Has Tried To Kill Me and Has Failed: Notes from Periracial America

Concise essays that clearly convey that the fight for racial justice must continue in the face of backlash. A must-purchase for all collections.

The Upcycled Self: A Memoir on the Art of Becoming Who We Are

A welcome addition to memoir collections. The book is at its best when Trotter talks about his family and his love of art.

Lena Horne: Goddess Reclaimed

An immensely enjoyable and comprehensive look at one of the most glamorous stars of her time.

Comedy Book: How Comedy Conquered Culture—and the Magic That Makes It Work

Covering a variety of styles, this book’s ode to comedy will entice readers who enjoy contemplative pop-culture reads.

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