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The world as seen through the title character’s eyes is full of awe-inspiring wonder and fascination and is very relatable. The sincerity of Harold’s thoughts is often coupled with a cynical sense of humor that make for a droll and thought-provoking read that never ceases to prove enjoyable.

What the Dead Know: Learning About Life as a New York City Death Investigator

An intriguing combination of memoir and true crime. Perfect for readers who enjoyed Mary Roach’s Stiff and Caitlin Doughty’s Smoke Gets in Your Eyes.

President Garfield: From Radical to Unifier

Despite its engaging flowery prose, perhaps inspired by the literary aspects of Garfield’s diaries, this book’s length might attract only serious scholars. General readers may want to consider Benjamin Arrington’s The Last Lincoln Republican.

Where Are the Children Now?

This tantalizing follow-up to Clark’s 1975 winner seamlessly continues with her style and voice, including Easter eggs from the original. Burke captivates readers with compelling twists and multiple bombshells in a reverent bow to the Queen of Suspense.

Soil: The Story of a Black Mother’s Garden

A poignant portrait of life and its challenges, told through the beauty of nature.


The Book of Pet Love and Loss: Words of Comfort and Wisdom from Remarkable People

This book will appeal to those searching for quotes regarding pet loss as well as stories about familiar personalities and their beloved pets. A worthy addition to libraries that see steady circulation of nonfiction that tugs at the heartstrings.

Armageddon: What the Bible Really Says about the End

Lucid and compelling, Ehrman challenges readers to encounter the ancient Book of Revelation once again. This title makes it worthwhile.

Getting Out of Saigon: How a 27-Year-Old Banker Saved 113 Vietnamese Civilians

This enthralling story is highly recommended for readers specifically interested in the fall of Saigon or in memoirs generally.

8 Rules of Love: How To Find It, Keep It, and Let It Go

Shetty’s many Instagram fans will be eager to get their hands on this book. Readers who aren’t familiar with the author will be drawn in by his experiences and wisdom and his easygoing, relatable approach to love in all of its forms.

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