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Bad Animals

An intriguing look at one woman’s psyche as her once-secure life goes off the rails. Listeners who enjoy drama and relational conflict with books and libraries sprinkled in will not want to miss this.

Innocent When You Dream

Narasaki’s sensitive play about Japanese Americans seeking to understand the past resonates with humor and insight. An excellent pairing with Narasaki’s No-No Boy or Phillip Kan Gotanda’s Sisters Matsumoto, both available through L.A. Theatre Works.
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Redwood Court

A heartwarming, kaleidoscopic portrait of a Black American family.
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King Vidor in Focus: On the Filmmaker’s Artistry and Vision

Film aficionados and scholars will welcome this informative and sympathetic book-length Vidor study, the first since 1988’s King Vidor, American by Raymond Durgnat and Scott Simmon.
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Film Noir and the Arts of Lighting

This scholarly reference is a valuable source for film students and general readers interested in the art of Hollywood lighting.
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Why I Am Roman Catholic

Levering uses numerous quotes from saints, theologians, and obscure sources to support his arguments about Catholicism, ecumenism, and theological interpretations. Best for traditionalist Catholics and like-minded readers.
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Trustworthy: Thirteen Arguments for the Reliability of the New Testament

This title presents simple explanations of how to examine an ancient text for authenticity and veracity. A valuable work for not only religion collections but also seminaries.

Empresses of Seventh Avenue: World War II, New York City, and the Birth of American Fashion

Well written and informative, with extensive research notes. Highly recommended for fashion merchandising and women’s studies readers.
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The Garden

Beam’s (The Illness Lesson) latest is an unsettling psychological novel about motherhood, childbirth, and bodily autonomy. Rooted in carefully considered historical and social contexts, this slow-burn includes a tinge of surrealism and will entice listeners who enjoy stories that are left open to the audience’s interpretation.
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