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These Things Happen

A heartfelt novel, detailing the costs of addiction while keeping the ever-present possibility of recovery at the forefront. Recommended for listeners seeking a hopeful take on breaking free from harmful cycles of addiction and abuse.

The Great Divide

Henríquez’s many fans and readers of historical fiction will be enthralled by this affecting and thoughtfully narrated novel.

woke up no light: poems

Clocking in at just over 90 minutes, this brief collection of poems speaks volumes and merits much relistening. Poetry is meant to be heard, and Mottley’s voice resonates.

Rangikura: Poems

Tibble’s collection is at once sensual, playful, and contemplative. This can’t-miss audio fairly glows.

Spectral Evidence: Poems

An intricate and richly varied collection that reveals new insight with every poem that’s read. Pardlo stuns with this relentless examination of race, prejudice, and fear.

MLA Handbook Plus | eReview


Decentering Whiteness in Libraries: A Framework for Inclusive Collection Management Practices

Though it’s geared toward youth services librarians, librarians at every level will find this a user-friendly and galvanizing guide to building balanced, inclusive collections that reflect the wide range of cultures, ethnicities, races, genders, and experiences within their communities.

Asian American, Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander Heritage Month 2024 | A Reading List

Mental Health Awareness Month 2024 | A Reading List


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