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More Than I Imagined: What a Black Man Discovered About the White Mother He Never Knew

Blake’s message of empathetic compassion and coming together as a community is a balm for a divided country that leans on sensationalism, hate, and scare tactics. An essential purchase for all libraries, especially those with DEI collections. It will likely appeal to readers who enjoyed How To Be an Antiracist by Ibram X. Kendi and White Fragility by Robin DiAngelo.

The Gay Best Friend

Sure to have readers laughing, crying, and cheering on the protagonist to the very last page. Fans of works by Alexis Hall, Casey McQuiston, Alison Cochrun, and Alice Oseman will enjoy.

We Can Be Heroes: A Survivor’s Story

Recommended for public and academic libraries.

Idol, Burning

While Mirai’s performance is excellent, this novella is best experienced in print.

Daughters of the New Year

Lam’s nuanced narration makes Tran’s novel a must-purchase in audio format for all public libraries. Share with readers of Nguyen Phan Que Mai’s The Mountains Sing or Lan Cao’s The Lotus and the Storm.

All That’s Left Unsaid

Vietnamese Australian narrators Aileen Huynh, Yen Nguyen, and Amelia Nguyen give their characters cultural authenticity and bring their personalities to life through vibrant, emotional performances. Recommended for all public libraries.

City Under One Roof

Recommended to fans of Ruth Ware, Lucy Foley, and Tana French, this audiobook should be purchased for public libraries with an avid mystery fan base.

In It To Win It

Cooper’s (Business Not as Usual) second-chance romance is a delightful blend of humor, spice, and tenderness.

Hijab Butch Blues

This book is recommended for all public and academic libraries.

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