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The Teachers: A Year Inside America’s Most Vulnerable, Important Profession

This involving look at the teaching profession is recommended for any library with an education collection and where there is community interest.
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Critical Mass

This is a fantastic tech-minded sci-fi in the vein of Kim Stanley Robinson.
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The Forever Witness: How DNA and Genealogy Solved a Cold Case Double Murder

An excellent addition to any true crime collection, this one is sure to intrigue readers who are interested in delving deeper into the hows and whys of solving cold cases.
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The Peacemaker: Ronald Reagan, the Cold War, and the World on the Brink

Still, history buffs will likely enjoy this conscientiously-researched biography.
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The Making of Her

Jiwa offers a cautionary tale about the bruising, explosive power of secrets kept for far too long. Her fully realized, sympathetic, often desperately imperfect characters make for an irresistible read.
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Waxing On: The Karate Kid and Me

Macchio’s book will be enjoyed thoroughly by fans of the movie and those nostalgic for the time in which it was produced.

Unleashed

In this poignant novel, Emmons reveals how people react under high levels of stress, capturing the reader’s imagination as she moves in an unexpected direction. Excellent for book discussion groups.

Kaleidoscope

True to its title, Wong’s overarching account of one family’s business is told with beautiful imagery but reveals individual pieces that show how things are not what they appear to be. This story of people, culture, and lifestyles will be appreciated by readers who enjoy novels involving families and their secrets, like Celeste Ng’s Something I Never Told You and Jean Kwok’s Searching for Sylvie Lee.

Nothing But the Truth

Could be the next The Devil Wears Prada.
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