Van In, Jessie

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Salty, Cheesy, Herby, Crispy Snackable Bakes: 100 Easy-Peasy, Savory Recipes for 24/7 Deliciousness

From yummy new options for easy, quick snack dinners to scrumptious choices that will help readers up their charcuterie board game, Sheehan’s book has got home cooks covered. In fact, the only challenge cooks will face once they get their oven mitts on Sheehan’s marvelously inventive, tasty treat of a cookbook will be deciding where to start.

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The Heirloom

More women’s fiction than rom-com, this novel will find fans but it isn’t top of the pack.

Crocheting Reversible Amigurumi Projects: Adorable 2-Way Patterns Using Fur Yarn & Easy Methods

Perfect for people with basic crochet experience who are looking for playful yet challenging amigurumi patterns.
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Unlocking Your Inner Zelensky: Lessons We Can All Learn from an Unexpected Leader

A novel take on the advice genre, geared toward a niche audience, but not essential.
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Medusa

Recommended for New Adult collections where there is a heavy interest in new versions of mythology; otherwise, with so many feminist retellings of various myths, this doesn’t stand out in the crowd.
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Capture the Sun

Following Eclipse the Moon, the “Starlight’s Shadow” trilogy ends as it began: with strong female protagonists, an engaging science-fiction setting, and a sexy romance.
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Glucose Goddess Method: The 4-Week Guide to Cutting Cravings, Getting Your Energy Back, and Feeling Amazing

The author’s tips and tricks are gentle nudges that she lovingly teaches her fans to enfold in their habits. She does so without judgment or any rigid food rules, which is a welcome approach.
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The House of Fortune

A beautifully written and wholly engrossing tale. New readers will be delighted that they can enjoy this book without having read the first one, but they’ll probably seek it out to spend a bit more time in Burton’s magical Amsterdam.
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Eclipse the Moon

A space opera setting, an antagonistic friends-to-lovers romance, and fast-paced action bring some new plot points and nicely set up the last of Mihalik’s trilogy.
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