Rebekah Kati

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Creating a Person-Centered Library: Best Practices for Supporting High-Needs Patrons

A helpful collection that will inform high-needs patron services, targeted toward public libraries but useful everywhere.
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Namesake: Reflections on a Warrior Woman

A thoughtful, insightful, recommended collection of essays on Palestinian experiences that connects history with contemporary societies.
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Free the Land: The Root Cause of Inequality and the Fight for a Better Future

A fascinating look at alternative landownership practices. Recommended for readers interested in economics, the environment, and issues of inequality.
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If You Can’t Take the Heat: Tales of Food, Feminism, and Fury

A wry look at feminism via food. Recommended for general readers.
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My Vietnam, Your Vietnam: A Father Flees, a Daughter Returns; A Dual Memoir

A father-daughter memoir that highlights the complex nature of memory and perspective. Recommended for readers interested in personal narratives of connection.
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Creators in the Academic Library: Instruction & Outreach, Vol. 1

A useful collection of instructional materials for creative fields. Recommended for academic instructional librarians.
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True Believer: Hubert Humphrey’s Quest for a More Just America

A flattering look at a liberal political figure. Fans of American political history will appreciate this one.
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Beyond Norma Rae: How Puerto Rican and Southern White Women Fought for a Place in the American Working Class

A deft analysis of the ways in which race, gender, and immigration status determine how media has portrayed the labor movement. Recommended for readers interested in labor history and popular media.
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American Woman: The Transformation of the Modern First Lady, from Hillary Clinton to Jill Biden

A thoughtful and recommended exploration of the often-contradictory office of U.S. First Lady. General readers interested in learning more about Jill Biden will especially enjoy this title.

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