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When They Tell You To Be Good

Shakur delivers an evocative, intimate, and also analytical exploration of self and various political landscapes. This beautifully written memoir is an absolute must-read.

Off with Her Head: Three Thousand Years of Demonizing Women in Power

Fans of Herman’s previous works will likely find this enjoyable. Libraries catering to academics should see this as an optional purchase.

LGBTQIA+ History at Home | Your Home Librarian


A Hundred Other Girls

New York–based Iranian American journalist Hariri-Kia delivers a debut that’s relevant, witty, and easy to devour; libraries looking to connect with Gen Z patrons should consider adding it to their collections.

100 Animals That Can F*cking End You

Although not necessarily an essential purchase, this book is recommended for libraries where humorous books circulate well.


The Love That Dares: Letters of LGBTQ+ Love & Friendship Through History

This illuminating and important collection of hidden LGBTQ+ histories is also a joy to read.

Vagina Obscura: An Anatomical Voyage

Libraries catering to readers interested in history, anthropology, anatomy, and women’s and gender studies will want to add this insightful and dynamic book to their collection.

Body Grammar

Lou’s strut through the tribulations of youth and identity will be relatable for those in their late teens, making this title especially enticing for younger audiences. Libraries where queer fiction or coming-of-age stories are popular should consider adding Ohman’s debut to their collections.

The Handbook of Archival Practice

This comprehensive guide will be a staple for any archival student or professional.

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