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Oberländer writes a graphic novel that is quirky in tone and execution, but readers in search of deeper commentary about feminism, body positivity, and intergenerational trauma might be left unsatisfied.

Nosh: Plant-Forward Recipes Celebrating Modern Jewish Cuisine

This may find its audience with those seeking to create inclusive meals that will appeal to a variety of eaters, specifically those with certain food allergies or otherwise special diets.

My Life in Recipes: Food, Family, and Memories

For those seeking a healthy mix of typical yet well-executed European-Jewish dishes, paired with less familiar while still intriguing options, this will be a sure hit.

The Sullivanians: Sex, Psychotherapy, and the Wild Life of an American Commune

While the narrative trajectory will be familiar territory for those who’ve read with cult-centered nonfiction, Stille’s detours into pop-culture scandals and New York City history set this title apart.

Sure, I’ll Join Your Cult: A Memoir of Mental Illness and the Quest To Belong Anywhere

Not only a must for Bamford enthusiasts but an inspired pick for mental-health memoir fans.

Dog’s Breakfast

A must-have for Invincible Summer fans looking to fill in missing installments. A supplementary purchase for libraries where zines and memoir-style graphic novels circulate well.

Liberated: The Radical Art and Life of Claude Cahun

Rowe’s biography portrays a triumph of queer and Jewish resistance in the face of fascism and stands as a tribute to the love that surrounded the lives of Cahun and Moore, not just for each other but for humanity.

Boys Weekend

Horror fans are in for a chaotic yet satisfying ride.

The Out Side: Trans & Nonbinary Comics

With the book’s sheer breadth of unflinching life experiences lovingly depicted within, appealing illustrations and candy-colored cover, and ample servings of humor, hope, and wit, it’s hard to imagine a public library collection that wouldn’t benefit from its inclusion.

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