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Zora Neale Hurston

An excellent mix of biography and literary criticism, this book is recommended for both academic and public libraries.

The Happiness Formula: A Scientific, Groundbreaking Approach to Happiness and Personal Fulfillment

Obayuwana notes that this book’s original title was the Mathematics of Happiness but it was changed owing to concerns that this might turn some people off, so perhaps readers who enjoy working with formulas would find his approach helpful.

Clueless: The Official Cookbook

A solid cookbook with a lot of ’90s nostalgia.

MicroSkills: Small Actions, Big Impact

A friendly, practical guide filled with excellent advice, this book makes the ups and downs in professional life seem manageable. An excellent addition to career self-help collections.

Your Big Leap Year: A Year To Manifest Your Next-Level Life…Starting Today!

This title would pair well with journaling. Once readers absorb the concepts of upper-limit problems and genius, they will find this work is an approachable guide to attitude and habit improvements.

Retro Curved Pieced Quilts: 15 Throwback Designs for Today’s Quilter

For serious quilters who are looking for detailed patterns and new and different designs to try.

The Guests

Readers who enjoy James Patterson novels or fast-paced thrillers will enjoy.

Controlling Mental Chaos: Harnessing the Power of the Creative Mind

Possibly of interest for readers with a scientific background who want to explore the cognitive theories behind anxiety, but those wishing to read a general self-help work should look elsewhere.

Friendly Reminders: Lessons from a Self-Care Savage

Fans of Tatum’s podcast and Instagram will enjoy the book, but it also could be a good introduction to self-help for readers who are on the fence about the genre.

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