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Take Care of Your Friends: An Enneagram Guide to Interpersonal Relationships

The Enneagram is reliably popular on social media, and readers interested in navigating their friendships through the lens of the Enneagram will appreciate this well-organized guide.

Everything Is OK

Those stuck in a destructive feedback loop of self-punishment will recognize themselves in Tung’s account and pick up ideas for exiting the downward spiral, perhaps deciding to trust a therapist to help them. Helpful for young adults as well as their elders.

Sensory: Life on the Spectrum; An Autistic Comics Anthology

Ollerton’s engaging collection makes a wide-ranging and emotionally rich introduction to the circumstances of people with autism. Useful for high schoolers as well as adults.

The Unofficial Minecraft Cookbook: 30 Recipes Inspired by Your Favorite Video Game

This could be the cookbook to inspire young gamers to put down the controller and head into the kitchen; libraries will want to have it on hand for aspiring chefs.

Trailblazers: The Unmatched Story of Women’s Tennis

An elegantly presented book, told with much verve, about the rise and obstacles of women tennis players.

The Out Side: Trans & Nonbinary Comics

With the book’s sheer breadth of unflinching life experiences lovingly depicted within, appealing illustrations and candy-colored cover, and ample servings of humor, hope, and wit, it’s hard to imagine a public library collection that wouldn’t benefit from its inclusion.

There Is No Right Way To Meditate: Revised and Expanded Edition

A supportive volume for someone at any stage of experience in meditation. Beginners may be the prime beneficiaries, but those with additional practice may appreciate the author’s approach as well. Sakugawa’s artistry and gentle humor aids greatly in making this an approachable volume.

One Star Wonders: The Worst Reviews of the World’s Greatest Places

Readers will likely enjoy this fun, snarky collection of one-star reviews. Give to fans of Amber Share’s Instagram account and accompanying book, Subpar Parks.


Tiny Joys: A Guide to Embracing Your Inner Coastal Grandmother

This beautifully illustrated book is a fun read, but it may not be suitable for library purchase.

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