Barbara Kundanis

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Don’t Think, Dear: On Loving and Leaving Ballet

Captures ballet’s romance as well as its dark and traumatic side.
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Bring It On: The Complete Story of the Cheerleading Movie That Changed, Like, Everything (No, Seriously)

Libraries should have a copy for fans of the film and its (as of 2022) six movie sequels.
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Spanish at Home: Feasts & Sharing Plates from Iberian Kitchens

All libraries should have a range of Iberian cookbooks on the shelf, and Warren’s will be useful for multiple reasons, be it planning a fiesta or themed party featuring food from this part of Spain, or learning more about the region’s foodways.
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The Choreography of Everyday Life

A thoughtful addition to a dance library collection.
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Nerd: Adventures in Fandom from this Universe to the Multiverse

Hardcore fans will enjoy the analysis while new viewers will find a wealth of ideas.
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Work Matters: How Parents’ Jobs Shape Children’s Well-Being

This empathetic study shows how hard it is for many Americans to raise families.
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Practically Vegan: More Than 100 Easy, Delicious Vegan Dinners on a Budget

A handy guide for quick and easy vegan meals.
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Machiavelli for Women: Defend Your Worth, Grow Your Ambition, and Win the Workplace

Machiavelli’s strategies are universal, and Smith applies them to modern women relevantly.
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The Vegan Athlete’s Cookbook: Protein-Rich Recipes To Train, Recover and Perform

Athletes will benefit from this sourcebook on vegan fare. It would be a helpful title to round out a collection of vegan cookbooks.
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