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The Man Who Leapt Through Film: The Art of Mamoru Hosoda

Solomon has created a dazzling and eye-opening book on Japanese animation that should appeal to fans of the genre.

Sofia Coppola: Forever Young

A useful book for film scholars due to the production details included for each film, along with an index and bibliography.

Didn’t We Almost Have It All: In Defense of Whitney Houston

An empathic and heartbreaking account of a woman haunted by her past, in a society that refused to accept her despite her amazing accomplishments.

George Michael: A Life

Gavin’s fluent, gripping account of Michael’s roller-coaster music career will draw readers in. An emotionally fulfilling read.

The Black Fives: The Epic Story of Basketball’s Forgotten Era

Highly readable, this work should not be missed. Essential and highly recommended for all libraries.

Good Eats: The Final Years

Fans of the show and its host, as well as those interested in the science of cooking, will find joy in this laid-back offering.

Fame-Ish: My Life at the Edge of Stardom

Aspiring actors and fans of 24 and It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia will enjoy Rajskub’s humor, words of wisdom, and down-to-earth tone.


Colu Cooks: Easy Fancy Food

Henry’s book delivers taste and panache with achievable results, whether entertaining friends or experimenting with the contents of one’s pantry. Perfect for her fans and for libraries looking to add some hipster style to their cookbook collection.

The Forest Feast Road Trip: Simple Vegetarian Recipes Inspired by My Travels Through California

Fans of the “Forest Feast” series will welcome this cookbook’s travelogue aspects and its weeknight-dinner-in-a-hurry dishes, which lend themselves to ingredient substitutions and value nourishment over innovation.

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