Liveright: Norton

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Dear Mom and Dad: A Letter About Family, Memory, and the America We Once Knew

This book about Davis’s relationship with her parents, Ronald and Nancy Reagan, unpacks a lot. Her eloquent writing and reassessment of her family bonds will keep readers intrigued.

American Zion: A New History of Mormonism

A book about Mormonism that will stand the test of time. General readers should be riveted by a story well told; scholars will be engaged by arguments worth debating.
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Werewolf at Dusk and Other Stories

Small’s fluid linework and exceptional visual storytelling result in a compelling, deeply affecting collection.

MCU: The Reign of Marvel Studios

Marvel fans and film aficionados alike will appreciate this highly recommended, smashing insider look at one of entertainment’s greatest success stories.

Daughter of the Dragon: Anna May Wong’s Rendezvous with American History

Huang’s lively, surprising, and all-encompassing biography of Anna May Wong should be on everyone’s summer reading list. A must for libraries with strong film and pop culture collections.

1964: Eyes of the Storm

This beautiful art book serves as a most welcome companion to Beatles scholarship and 1960s culture in general.
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A Madman’s Will: John Randolph, Four Hundred Slaves, and the Mirage of Freedom

Exhaustively researched but written for a general audience, this book urges readers to consider the consequences of enslavement, racism, and the reality that manumission was less about people and more about money and power.
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The Real Work: On the Mystery of Mastery

This lyrical examination of learning various skills and the ways in which expertise can manifest is recommended for collections where compilations of essays are popular.
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Patricia Highsmith’s Diaries and Notebooks: The New York Years, 1941–1950

Readers will get an intimate look at LGBTQ life in the 1940s. A great read for aspiring writers, devotees of LGBTQ history, and those who enjoy reading about an artist’s evolution.
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