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Bring It On: The Complete Story of the Cheerleading Movie That Changed, Like, Everything (No, Seriously)

Libraries should have a copy for fans of the film and its (as of 2022) six movie sequels.

Prince on Prince: Interviews and Encounters

A collection of intriguing, frustrating, incisive interviews and insights into Prince’s remarkable career.

Cash on Cash: Interviews and Encounters with Johnny Cash

An intriguing and often insightful collection. For Cash aficionados, music critics, and researchers.

Nightfly: The Life of Steely Dan’s Donald Fagen

Utilizing a wide variety of resources and some author interviews, Jones’s book is an exemplary examination of Fagen’s music and life and will appeal to Steely Dan fans.

Both Sides of the Fire Line: Memoir of a Transgender Firefighter

A deeply personal account of a unique life and the bravery it takes to be the person one is meant to be.

The Disney Revolt: The Great Labor War of Animation’s Golden Age

A fascinating look at how the Disney magic happened, and how close it came to tumbling down.

Grease, Tell Me More, Tell Me More: Stories from the Broadway Phenomenon That Started It All

Capturing Grease’s joyful silliness and moving coming-of-age themes, this narrative will delight fans and musical theater history buffs.

Nora Ephron: A Biography

Doidge’s vivacious, enthusiastic biography has serious undertones, much like Ephron herself. It will appeal to Ephron’s broad swath of fans. Includes book club questions.

Bet My Soul on Rock ’n’ Roll: Diary of a Black Punk Icon

Flaws aside, many fans of rock and roll will appreciate this account.

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