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The Montessori Child: A Parent’s Guide to Raising Capable Children with Creative Minds and Compassionate Hearts

A must-have, easy-to-read, comprehensive guide for parents interested in incorporating the Montessori method into their home.

Stress Resets: How To Soothe Your Body and Mind in Minutes

For readers who can get through the book’s more clinical and anecdotal first section, there is some usefulness to be found in Taitz’s easily applicable tools and techniques.

You Are What You Watch: How Movies and TV Affect Everything

A worthy, fun dissection of pop culture that’s full of infographics and data.

Our Brave Foremothers: Celebrating 100 Black, Brown, Asian, and Indigenous Women Who Changed the Course of History

At a time when women’s history is being lifted up, this accessible work will edify casual and academic readers and may be used as a reference for some.

On the Curry Trail: Chasing the Flavor That Seduced the World

Recommended for readers who want not only to make curry from a variety of cultures but also to understand the scope of this far-reaching fare.

How Sex Changed the Internet and the Internet Changed Sex: A History

This book is perfect for readers interested in how society reached the point it is at today with the internet and sex and the issues that have emerged.

You Are Not a Sh*tty Parent: How To Practice Self-Compassion and Give Yourself a Break

It’s easy to see why Naumburg’s side-splittingly funny and relatable work resonates so strongly during a challenging time. Essential reading.

Do the Work! An Antiracist Activity Book

While the concepts covered will not be new for readers familiar with antiracism, the addition of activities and wry humor make for a unique and valuable compilation. Book clubs may take note.

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