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Award-winning Bieker’s (Godshot; Heartbroke) psychological exposé unfolds as an imaginary letter that C is writing to her mother, through which Bieker explores the results of domestic abuse on a family. The surprise ending supplies a satisfying but somewhat unrealistic resolution to C’s conflict.

The Art of Crying: The Healing Power of Tears

An empowering, boldly illustrated guide about the expansive world of human tears.

Swan Song

A must-read for Hilderbrand’s many enthusiastic followers.

The Secret Lives of Booksellers and Librarians: True Stories of the Magic of Reading

A noteworthy addition to the literature lauding the foot soldiers involved in getting books out to readers. A good complement to Debbie Berne’s The Design of Books.

Finish What We Started: The MAGA Movement’s Ground War To End Democracy

This eye-opening, often terrifying (for democracy advocates) debut work is rich with political history and recent case studies. Highly recommended for readers wanting to understand how millions of Americans have been swept up in the MAGA universe.

Hey, Zoey

In light of the proliferation of AI in all aspects of life, this is a timely read, sure to appeal to book groups that enjoy the work of Gary Shteyngart, Ottessa Moshfegh, or Dave Eggers.

How To Find a Four-Leaf Clover: What Autism Can Teach Us About Difference, Connection, and Belonging

Memorable, poignant, and heartwarming, Rodgers’s stories provide welcome insight into the lives of autistic people.

This Is the Honey: An Anthology of Contemporary Black Poets

This amazing anthology may be the most important poetry collection of this decade. It is a book for poetry lovers, a book for the curious, a book of comfort, a book of prayer, a book of passion and a book of joy, a book of sorrow and a book of desire, but in the end, it is simply and wondrously a grand and glorious book.

Splinters: Another Kind of Love Story

A literary memoir filled with humor, which alone is worth reading the book. This title offers insight and a look into the messy, magical drudgery of life, along with the beauty of art, love, and sex that often carry people through.

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