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The Last Decade of Cinema: 25 Films from the Nineties

Gen Xers and movie fans of all generations will enjoy this passionate and amiable appreciation of films of the 1990s.

How To Grieve What We’ve Lost: Evidence-Based Skills To Process Grief and Reconnect with What Matters

This title complements publications such as The Grief Recovery Handbook by John W. James and Russel Friedman, and It’s OK That You’re Not OK by Megan Devine. Libraries looking to enhance their nonfiction collections should consider this book a must-have. It also contains a diverse reference list that supports and expands the topics discussed.

Just the Good Stuff: No-BS Secrets to Success (No Matter What Life Throws at You)

Readers who enjoyed VandeHei’s previous work Smart Brevity: The Power of Saying More with Less will appreciate the writing style. Similarly, fans of The No-BS Self-Help Book by Honerod will find this title refreshing. Libraries looking to expand their self-help collections would greatly benefit from adding this book.

Master of Change: How To Excel When Everything Is Changing—Including You

This is a great book for people who want to begin their journey of self-discovery and understanding, as well as those looking for new ways to deal with change in a more positive manner.

Glass Houses

Aspiring architects, architecture fans, nature and design buffs, and readers looking for inspiration for their home will all find something to love inside this book.

Shut the Front Door: Make Any Space Feel Bigger, Better, and More Beautiful Without Going Broke

Best for readers who want to make their spaces look expensive for less. A great addition to any DIY collection, with the potential to fly off the shelf.

Dressing the Part: Television’s Most Stylish Shows

A great addition to collections. Fashion lovers, aspiring fashion designers, and TV fans will devour this book.

Stressilient: How To Beat Stress and Build Resilience

A great acquisition for libraries looking to expand mental health literacy in their patrons. This is an ideal book for people who read The Stress-Proof Brain: Master Your Emotional Response to Stress Using Mindfulness and Neuroplasticity by Melanie Greenberg.

Anatomy of a Breakthrough: How To Get Unstuck When It Matters Most

Readers of Toni Warner’s The Reset will enjoy this enlightening and refreshing book. Libraries looking to expand their self-help section will want to add this to their current nonfiction collection.

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