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In the Garden of the Righteous: The Heroes Who Risked Their Lives To Save Jews During the Holocaust

Of profound interest to those seeking to improve the world.
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Untouchable: How Powerful People Get Away with It

This type of book is geared for public libraries more than academic ones.

Elizabeth Taylor: The Grit & Glamour of an Icon

There have been countless biographies of Elizabeth Taylor, but this one offers fascinating insight and may stand as the definitive one about the legendary actress.
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Unraveling: What I Learned About Life While Shearing Sheep, Dyeing Wool, and Making the World’s Ugliest Sweater

Orenstein recounts her adventures in learning new skills with the openness and keen observations of a wise friend. This is a delight to read and will be of interest not only to crafters but also to anyone who’s learned something new as an adult.
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I Am the Storm: Inspiring Stories of People Who Fight Against Overwhelming Odds

An inspirational book that is sure to be a hit with many library patrons.

Cinema Speculation

Dynamic film commentary from a contemporary legend that is essential reading for cinephiles.

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Finale: Late Conversations with Stephen Sondheim

A loose latter-day chronicle of one of theater’s irreplaceable voices; will be cherished by scholars and enthusiasts as a testament to Sondheim’s creative process and to the man himself.
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The Abyss: Nuclear Crisis Cuba 1962

Recommended for readers interested in this specific crisis and Cold War history in general.
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Act of Oblivion

Harris’s story bogs down in places with dense detail, but the raw emotions of the characters and the issues that drive human dissent make this a worthwhile read.
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