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A Portrait of the Scientist as a Young Woman

With wide appeal to a wide audience, this work provides a closer look at the human side of science.

Switchboard Soldiers

Offer supplemental resources for further exploration of these groundbreaking women, and how they were treated after the end of World War I, to keep avid history readers engaged.

We Were Dreamers: An Immigrant Superhero Origin Story

A powerful story about a family struggling under the weight of definitions of sacrifice and success, and reconciliation and forgiveness.

Downton Shabby: One American’s Ultimate DIY Adventure Restoring His Family’s English Castle

An lightweight book for people interested in English period detail.

Deaf Utopia: A Memoir—and a Love Letter to a Way of Life

DiMarco’s memories, told with a true gift of storytelling and filled with his big personality, are funny and enlightening for any reader.

Binge Times: Inside Hollywood’s Furious Billion-Dollar Battle To Take Down Netflix

This will appeal to readers of business and media books as it reports on the difficult launches of several streaming services. Recommended.

Save-It-Forward Suppers: A Simple Strategy To Save Time, Money, and Sanity

Recommended for public libraries with busy home cooks.

How To Be a Wallflower

James’s (“Desperate Duchesses” series) newest series won’t disappoint, with her signature abundance of banter, humorous situations, and strong-willed characters determined to have their way, creating sizzling sexual tension. The author’s fans will also enjoy seeing characters from My American Duchess in this series starter.

The Diamond Eye

Readers looking for a new and unique viewpoint of World War II with a mystery to solve and a light touch of romance will dive deep into this story.

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