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The House of Hidden Meanings: A Memoir

A probing, emotionally raw memoir that’s an introspective examination of RuPaul’s family and the issues he confronted before embracing self-love.

So Fetch: The Making of ‘Mean Girls’ (And Why We’re Still So Obsessed with It)

A straightforward and entertaining retelling of the creation of Mean Girls, the movie, that has a place in the hearts of many. An excellent addition to collections.

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Living the Beatles Legend: The Untold Story of Mal Evans

A commendable tribute and welcome companion to the promised upcoming volume, the second in a two-book project that draws deeply from the Evans family archives.
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Marr’s Guitars

An intriguing assemblage of iconic guitars that reflect one of rock music’s most influential innovators.
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Black AF History: The Un-Whitewashed Story of America

With blunt, entertaining, irreverent, sarcastic, and sometimes laugh-out-loud statements, Harriot provocatively explains how the United States came to be and how money-focused, self-serving intentions made it what it is today. Contains important, noteworthy lessons for teen and adult readers.

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Into the Void: From Birth to Black Sabbath—and Beyond

Metalhead library users will enjoy this addition to rock star memoirs.
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Where Are Your Boys Tonight?: The Oral History of Emo’s Mainstream Explosion 1999–2008

Payne’s oral history does a remarkable job of defining and showing the meteoric boom of emo that music fans will find fascinating.
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Y’all Eat Yet? Welcome to the Pretty B*tchin’ Kitchen

The simple, straightforward recipes will appeal to beginning cooks, and fans of Lambert will love the pictures and background narrative. A celebrity cookbook definitely worth adding to library collections.
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Paris: The Memoir

Hilton’s fans and supporters, along with readers interested in pop culture and books by celebrities, might request this one.
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