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The Edge of the Plain: How Borders Make and Break Our World

A timely, valuable discussion of a pivotal issue.

Heroes Ever Die

Fans of both superheroes and pulp noir are sure to love Crawford’s action-packed dialogue and descriptions.

Do Let’s Have Another Drink: The Dry Wit and Fizzy Life of Queen Elizabeth the Queen Mother

Russell portrays the Queen Mother in a positive light and dispels rumors, but leaves out some unflattering facts; an enjoyable companion to the many other books about the British crown.

Menstruation Matters: Challenging the Law’s Silence on Periods

Recommended purchase for academic libraries supporting gender studies programs.

A Catered Doggie Wedding

Fans of the series will enjoy the Simmons sisters’ latest outing, but the mystery is meaty enough and the characters engaging enough to satisfy newcomers as well.

I Take My Coffee Black: Reflections on Tupac, Musical Theater, Faith, and Being Black in America

Engaging and at times enraging, this thought-provoking memoir is suitable for general as well as performing arts collections.

Changes: An Oral History of Tupac Shakur

With 2021 marking both the 25th anniversary of Shakur’s death and what would have been his 50th birthday, this is a strong addition to public, academic, and research libraries, especially those with hip-hop collections.

From Breakbeats to Books: Essential Titles in Hip-Hop | Collection Development


Opening to Grief: Finding Your Way from Loss to Peace

While drawing on Buddhist influences, this excellent complement to collections for the bereaved will be a comfort to those of many faiths experiencing grief.

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