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First Things First: Hip-Hop Ladies Who Changed the Game

Give to readers who want an original and different take on the history of hip-hop.

60 Songs That Explain the ’90s

A fun diversion for music fans that feels like a conversation one would love to have with a friend on a late-night car ride.

The Conspiracy To End America: Five Ways My Old Party Is Driving Our Democracy to Autocracy

Some readers may find that Stevens, like many others who attack a political party, does more harm than good by encouraging more division in an already divided and disconnected country. Limited general interest for this book.

The Dissident: Alexey Navalny; Profile of a Political Prisoner

Herszenhorn expertly portrays Navalny as a resilient figure and as a “prisoner of conscience” who evolves from a crusader to a political leader symbolizing democratic Russia.

Origin: A Genetic History of the Americas

A thorough yet conversational outlining of the peopling of the Americas that will update any anthropology or world history collection.

The Master: The Brilliant Career of Roger Federer

This comprehensive portrait will thrill tennis fans and will also draw in and capture readers unfamiliar with Federer or professional tennis. An essential addition to sports and biography collections.

The Tightening Dark: An American Hostage in Yemen

Highly recommended. A fast-paced and engaging life story that provides insights on life in rural Lebanon, Farrar’s Lebanese American community, and his challenging career in government and business. It also conveys his understanding of the cultural and political tensions in Yemen and other parts of the Middle East.

The Verge: Reformation, Renaissance, and Forty Years That Shook the World

This work of popular history will appeal to readers of Stephen Greenblatt’s The Swerve or William H. McNeill’s earlier The Rise of the West.

Every Day Is a Gift

An excellent work that will allow readers to get to know one of today’s most unique political voices. Readers from a wide range of backgrounds will find something to relate to in Duckworth’s story.

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