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Purr: The Science of Making Your Cat Happy

Even before they see the title, cat guardians will recognize the question-mark curl of a happy cat’s tail on the cover of Todd’s enjoyable book; it’s suitable for a wide audience, from new pet parents to shelter and veterinary professionals.

Funny Farm: My Unexpected Life with 600 Rescue Animals

Readers will be inspired to visit virtually (or maybe even in person!) the animals they read about, like Emily the emu and Cowboy the goat. Zaleski’s animal stories are immensely relatable and often told with the mix of empathy, outrage, humor, and steady resolve that is familiar to seasoned animal rescuers. Readers may also feel a special connection with Annie and her story of courage and unconditional love.

What Dogs Want

This title provides a perfect amount of information for readers to learn (or learn more) about their canine companions and how to make life together easier and happier for everyone. The combination of accessibility and humor makes the book a good choice for younger readers too.

The Weekday Vegetarians: 100 Recipes and a Real-Life Plan for Eating Less Meat

Rosenstrach knows how to craft an excellent cookbook: recipes are beautifully photographed; instructions are clear; and options for ingredients allow for flexibility. This already best-selling volume will draw in Rosenstrach’s existing fans and find new ones.

The Quick Fix Kitchen: Easy Recipes and Time-Saving Tips for a Healthier, Stress-Free Life

Mowry describes this latest as a “cooking companion”; cooks who are establishing their own households will find it particularly helpful. Mowry adds an encouraging, relatable voice to the subject area and has an established audience of readers and viewers.

Provecho: 100 Vegan Mexican Recipes to Celebrate Culture and Community

An enticing collection of quick, relatively straightforward recipes that’s a solid starting point for vegan and non-vegan readers alike. Castrejón (recipe developer, food stylist, and now cookbook author) has created an enticing guide to making plant-based Mexican food at home.

Racing the Clock: Running Across a Lifetime

A beautiful meditation on the author’s lifelong connections with nature and running, and the inevitable end of those relationships. Readers who enjoyed Heinrich’s other books will find, and welcome, the familiar themes of his extraordinary life.

The Ride of Her Life: The True Story of a Woman, Her Horse, and Their Last-Chance Journey Across America

Skillful prose and meticulous research combine to create a rich narrative and captivating character portraits of both Annie Wilkins and the people and places of the 1950s. Considering the popularity of her other nonfiction titles, the latest by Letts is likely to be on many hold lists.

The Book of Difficult Fruit: Arguments for the Tart, Tender, and Unruly (with Recipes)

A genre-blending work that will intrigue readers of literary nonfiction, personal essays, or food history.

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