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Still Me

Highly recommended. ["This book does justice to funny, witty Louisa": LJ Xpress Reviews 2/23/18 review of the Viking hc.]

Halsey Street

Recommended for contemporary public library collections. ["Coster's realistic depictions of these two hurt and angry women and the broken man who connects them will haunt readers while making them flinch, gasp, and quite possibly cry…. not to be missed": LJ 1/18 starred review of the Little A hc.]

The Newcomers: Finding Refuge, Friendship, and Hope in an American Classroom

This is an important and timely book; highly recommended. ["Highly recommended for readers hoping to learn more about the refugee experience in the United States. A heartfelt examination of student and family life that speaks to the human experience": LJ 1/18 review of the Scribner hc.]

Silence and Beauty

For large collections where interest warrants.

Tribe: On Homecoming and Belonging

A good choice for popular collections.

The Opposite of Maybe

This charming romance is suitable for all public libraries. ["Women's fiction for the perimenopause set, but, alas, no hot flashes": LJ 3/1/14 review of the Broadway hc.]

The Givenness of Things: Essays

Recommended for larger collections and church libraries. [ "A fine collection by a skillful and thoughtful writer that will appeal to anyone interested in the connection between religion and literature, or who savors reading a solid discussion of deep topics": LJ 9/15/15 review of the Farrar hc.]

A House of My Own: Stories from My Life

Highly recommended for public, high school, and academic libraries. ["Cisneros blends family stories from Chicago and Mexico with lively storytelling, rich details, and good humor": LJ 9/1/15 starred review of the Knopf hc.]

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