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A God in Ruins A God in Ruins
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Atkinson's A God in Ruins is a companion book to 2014's Life after Life, and it lives up to that fantastic novel (a tall order indeed). A God in Ruins tells the story of Teddy, the beloved brother of Ursula and a pilot in WWII. His family, loves, struggles, and dreams are detailed with Atkinson's penetrating prose and inventive vision. Another winning effort from a master. – Tessa

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The Wright Brothers The Wright Brothers
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In The Wright Brothers, David McCullough spins a history both exhaustive and personal, sharing original correspondence and examining secondary characters like the Wright sister, Katharine. With McCullough's signature depth and thoroughness, The Wright Brothers pays captivating homage to the two men who so exemplified the American spirit. – Gigi

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The Book of Aron The Book of Aron
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Ten-year-old Aron runs with a children's smuggling gang in a WWII Warsaw Jewish ghetto. Child rights activist Janusz Korczak strives to protect his orphanage from the impending Nazi devastation. Their powerful tale, haunting and yet blisteringly real, will linger long in your memory. – Tracey

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In Proof, Rogers distills the science and history of booze into a fascinating, thoroughly enjoyable book exploring alcohol's most basic elements (yeast, sugar, smell and taste) along with its neurological effects and even the dreaded hangover. You'll gain a new appreciation for one of humankind's most alluring creations. – Tate

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The Argonauts The Argonauts
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The Argonauts is at once deeply personal and incisively intellectual. Nelson's prose shines as she navigates the terrain of pregnancy, motherhood, and the fluidity of particular familial relationships. – Mary Jo

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Wages of Rebellion Wages of Rebellion
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The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist shares the stories of historical and modern-day rebels who had the courage to raise awareness about the unethical actions of powerful organizations. Anyone who is interested in current events and cares about justice in our society should read this book. – Ted

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This Is Sadie This Is Sadie
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Sadie's imagination is so huge she can go anywhere, be anything, without leaving her room. With soft, whimsical illustrations and spare, lyrical text, This Is Sadie takes us on a sweet adventure and reminds us of how far and wide our own imaginations can go. – Naomi

17.99 12.59 | Sale | Hardcover
Saint Anything Saint Anything
by Sarah Dessen

Sydney transfers schools and escapes the shadow of her brother's troublemaking reputation. Despite parental pressure and family drama, she slowly finds the space to be herself with the help of a community of new friends. Sarah Dessen brings her knack for skillfully understated storytelling to this tale of chosen families and self-identity. – Dot

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A Court of Thorns and Roses A Court of Thorns and Roses
by Sarah J. Maas

Feyre is a huntress who killed a wolf that is actually from the faerie world, and now she must pay for it — by living in their world. This is a Beauty and the Beast-like epic tale for older teens filled with passion and surprising tenderness. – Richard

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