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A Fire in My Head: Poems for the Dawn

It’s “time to write on the face of the earth/ the value and meaning of every name,” Okri writes. Globally engaged, accessible, and relevant.

Playing Under the Piano: From Downton to Darkest Peru

Bonneville’s delightful memoir will be enjoyed by Downton Abbey fans, Anglophiles, and aspiring actors.

The Color Line

Fluid and refreshing, if occasionally slowed by detail, this work tells an important story.


However sparing her language, Laurens forcefully pulls readers into her world in a powerful work that successfully shows the societal pressures that shape women’s lives.

The Child Is the Teacher: A Life of Maria Montessori

De Stefano presents a balanced, well-written, and clear-eyed portrait of a complex, trailblazing woman who fought hard to change how children were perceived and taught.

Policing the City: An Ethno-graphic

Highly recommended, as it adds to discussions on equity.

Forever Free: A True Story of Hope in the Fight for Child Literacy

Bailey’s book is recommended for anyone who has an interest in improving literacy rates or who enjoys narratives of individuals overcoming obstacles to bring a vision to fruition. Directors of small nonprofit organizations will be able to relate to the successes and frustrations Bailey experiences, including the adjustments required by the COVID-19 pandemic.

The Year of Our Love

This book is recommended for readers who like an unconventional love story and are interested in the political and social upheaval in Italy during the late 20th century.

The Nation of Plants

Readers who appreciate slim books packed with a social punch and science anecdotes (prickly pears and lichen are especially interesting) will enjoy this offering. Another recommended, thought-provoking read from Mancuso.

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