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Lucien & Olivia

An exquisitely drawn story that comes to life through Baker’s exceptional narration. A recommended purchase for all libraries.

Queer Little Nightmares

Listeners will likely sympathize and perhaps even root for these monsters not because they are monstrous but because their status as outsiders is universally human.

Starter Dog: My Path to Joy, Belonging and Loving This World

This audio will appeal to listeners seeking an upbeat and honest animal lover autobiography, as much about people as it is about pets.

Same Ground: Chasing Family Down the California Gold Rush Trail

Armchair travelers and history buffs interested in political and social issues, including immigration, civil rights, and environmental justice will appreciate this unique, solidly narrated title.

My Road from Damascus: A Memoir

This riveting memoir of a Syrian dissident, featuring an outstanding, often musical performance, deserves comparisons to Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning in its ability to find the beauty of human connection in utterly inhumane conditions.

Don’t Call It Hair Metal: Art in the Excess of ’80s Rock

A solid addition to any library’s music collection.

Unsettled: Lord Selkirk’s Scottish Colonists and the Battle for Canada’s West, 1813–1816

Witty, thorough, and thoughtful, this informal history explains the political machinations and misinformation that led to Seven Oaks.

The Things I Came Here With: A Memoir

A heartfelt memoir that addresses the importance of artistic expression and never taking life for granted. This work will have wide appeal, not just for those who love tattooing and the arts.

The Marigold

Sullivan’s story blends body horror, urban dystopia, and eco-horror into a unique tale about the high price of progress.

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