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Broken Heart, Shared Heart, Healing Heart: Navigating the Loss of Your Pet

This book will appeal to three types of readers: people who are grieving the death of a pet, readers who know someone who has recently lost a pet, and those who are interested in the bonds between animals and humans.

What To Wear and Why: Your Guilt-Free Guide to Sustainable Fashion

Highly readable and recommended to anyone who is interested in sustainable living and fashion.


Thriving on a Riff: Jazz and the Spiritual Life

For spiritually inclined jazz aficionados.

Trash: A Poor White Journey

A poignant glimpse into the lives and obstacles in an impoverished postindustrial county. Includes a call to action to unite and empathize with others.

Black Women, Ivory Tower: Revealing the Lies of White Supremacy in American Education

Harris’s weighty ruminations may serve as either a cautionary tale or a wake-up call for Black women readers, young and older, who are considering higher education. Readers interested in social issues within academia should also peruse the book.

Psalms of My People: A Story of Black Liberation as Told Through Hip-Hop

A successful effort in pointing out the hypocrisy of a system designed to control people of color and its link to grasping what the hip-hop community is documenting about it. Will appeal to hip-hop lovers, casual readers, and music listeners too.

What Makes You Bloom: Cultivating a Practice for Connecting with Your Divine Self

This work is intentional, resourceful, and a place to land, heal, and grow for those who have experienced similar circumstances to Garcia.

Radiant Rebellion: Reclaim Aging, Practice Joy, and Raise a Little Hell

A book designed for advocates and activists (and to make anyone who gets a little older each year into an advocate or activist). Walrond disrupts dominant narratives about age, race, class, gender, and sexuality in ways that will catalyze readers to reflect on how they can live boldly beyond middle age.

Social Justice for the Sensitive Soul: How To Change the World in Quiet Ways

This inspiring book is recommended for anyone interested in social justice and enacting positive change.

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