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Build Your Village: A Guide to Finding Joy and Community in Every Stage of Life

A versatile title that is relevant for many individual life situations. Excellent for libraries from big cities to rural towns.

Year of No Garbage: Recycling Lies, Plastic Problems, and One Woman’s Trashy Journey to Zero Waste

Recommended for all public and academic library collections and especially for those with patrons who have an interest in recycling or composting. This title can easily fit in humor, sustainability, or memoir sections.

Power Mood: Unlock Your Confidence, Transform Your Life & Command Your Value

This book stands out next to traditionally male-dominated leadership self-help book titles, comparable to how Clever Girl Finance by Bola Sokunbi and Her First $100K by Tori Dunlap stand out in the finance book field. DeMase is the career mentor that many corporate women have needed but never had. Most public library collections and academic libraries with a career section will find this an indispensable resource.

Tiny Felt Cuties & Creatures: A Step-by-Step Guide to Handcrafting More Than 12 Felt Miniatures—No Machine Required

This book is full of adorable projects that are perfect for gifts. This title complements introductory sewing and embroidery how-to books well.

Tiny Worlds in Fabric: Sew Enchanting Fairy Houses & Miniature Masterpieces

Libraries with an already established machine sewing collection will find this an enchanting title to have available as a next read for their patrons. This is a fun resource for beginners to use to learn and practice new skills and for seasoned sewists to try something different.

Goblin Mode: How To Get Cozy, Embrace Imperfection, and Thrive in the Muck

This guide to an aesthetic popular among millennials, zillennials, and Gen Z is perfect for the community. Readers will come away with many new home environment ideas and a better understanding of how they feel about themselves.

Nantucket: The Ultimate Playground

Both casual readers and well-seasoned travelers will likely enjoy this title. Perfect for collections with photography, travel guides, or New England sections.

Held by the Land: A Guide to Indigenous Plants for Wellness

Land gatherers of all skill levels located near garden or forest regions will find this a necessary plant and spiritual reference guide.

Jane Austen’s Little Book of Wisdom: Words on Love, Life, Society, and Literature

Overall this is a valuable resource for any Austen lover to use for quick reference or to read through. Libraries whose works by the author circulate well or whose patrons enjoy titles like Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Gmorning, Gnight! Little Pep Talks for Me & You will find this a welcome addition to their collection.

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