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Gene Tierney: Star of Hollywood’s Home Front

A well-researched book about the fashioning of a Hollywood star’s public image during World War II that should appeal to fans of Gene Tierney.
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American Sirens: The Incredible Story of the Black Men Who Became America’s First Paramedics

Hazzard has fashioned an exceptional work about radical changes in health care and the importance of community in dark times.
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The Man Who Leapt Through Film: The Art of Mamoru Hosoda

Solomon has created a dazzling and eye-opening book on Japanese animation that should appeal to fans of the genre.
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Moon in Full: A Modern Day Coming-of-Age Story

Chann’s enriching memoir speaks to those who feel they are still growing up and learning to overcome trauma. Though the narrative slows down when the author focuses on the psychology of Christian conservatism, the story he tells is an important one.
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The Crane Wife: A Memoir in Essays

Hauser has created a meandering but entertaining look into her professional and personal life. Readers looking for something a little different in a memoir will not be disappointed.

My Seven Black Fathers: A Young Activist’s Memoir of Race, Family, and the Mentors Who Made Him Whole

Jawando has written an enlightening, heartfelt memoir that will appeal to readers looking for a “different” all-American story; one that shows the power of community to uplift Black men in the United States.
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Disaster Mon Amour

An unconvincing analysis of the disaster film; not recommended.
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Speaking of Race: Why Everybody Needs To Talk About Racism—And How To Do It

Headlee has created an informative, enjoyable book that functions as part-memoir, part-guidebook to having conversations about racism. A must-read for everyone.

Anvils, Mallets & Dynamite: The Unauthorized Biography of Looney Tunes

In Weinman’s capable hands, both the technical and creative elements of animation are rendered deeply fascinating.

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