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6 Spices, 60 Dishes: Indian Recipes That Are Simple, Fresh, and Big on Taste

A study in doing more with less, Kahate’s book delivers realistic weeknight recipes that will satisfy a wide audience; it’s a great introduction to Indian flavors.
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How To Read the Wilderness: An Illustrated Guide to the Natural Wonders of North America

This affordable, compact, and user-friendly guide is best suited for public library collections. Perfect for casual explorers, seasoned hikers, and students alike.

Bagels, Schmears, and a Nice Piece of Fish: A Whole Brunch of Recipes To Make at Home

An information-packed delight. This is a book to give as a housewarming gift, treasure in one’s kitchen where it will quickly become flour and lox stained, and to make sure is in every library collection.
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African Art Now: 50 Pioneers Defining African Art for the Twenty-First Century

A beautiful volume and important addition to most libraries’ contemporary art collections.

The Devil’s Atlas: An Explorer’s Guide to Heavens, Hells and Afterworlds

A great choice for public libraries and high school and undergraduate art, history, and religion collections.

Nature Swagger: Stories and Visions of Black Joy in the Outdoors

The contributors’ varied experience levels and expertise make this book accessible and fun; don’t miss the valuable resources mentioned in the essays. Recommended for school and public libraries.
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Hooray for Grandparents

Questions and activities abound in this book. Most grandparents will find guidance that resonates for their unique situation.
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Swaddle Me Up: Baby Wrapping and Baby Wearing for Everyone

This simple, illustrated volume will be a valuable manual for beginning parents looking for the basics on baby-wrapping and baby-wearing.

Revolutionary Women: 50 Women of Color Who Reinvented the Rules

A much-needed book suitable for readers of all ages interested in learning how women have disrupted systems of oppression and how people can continue to build on their work.
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