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Adventures in Volcanoland: What Volcanoes Tell Us About the World and Ourselves

Readers will easily imagine they are along for the ride in this crucial contribution to the geology of volcanoes. Inspired by Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, this marvelous, earnest work is impressive and might motivate some readers to study volcanoes as a profession.

The Dallergut Dream Department Store

This is an excellent choice for a gentle book club read.

No Bullet Got Me Yet: The Relentless Faith of Father Kapaun

Readers interested in military and Korean War history and faith-based stories will enjoy this book about a man whose simple yet profound piety influenced all who came in contact with him, regardless of their faith or background.

The Door-to-Door Bookstore

A best seller in Germany, this novel hits all the right notes. It will evoke A Man Called Ove and delight readers who, like Carl, understand life through the power of books.

Rental Person Who Does Nothing: A Memoir

A fascinating and oddly endearing memoir.

The Funeral Cryer

Perfect for literary-fiction fans, especially those who enjoyed other extraordinary novels about ordinary people, such as Lydia Millet’s Dinosaurs and Zorrie by Laird Hunt.


Readers who enjoy retellings of classic mythology will be satisfied with this expanded chronicle of Hercules’s life, told with careful detail and modern humor.

Hush Harbor

Throughout, there’s a sense of edgy anticipation, and not just because of the content. Readers will also understand that they are encountering an exciting new voice in literature.

Glitter and Concrete: A Cultural History of Drag in New York City

This book is extremely timely, as transgender rights and events such as drag queen story hours are constantly scrutinized in legislation and in the American media. A vital purchase for any collection.

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