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Full Frontal Feminism Revisited
by Jessica Valenti
Jessica Valenti: IMG It is arguably the worst and best time to be a feminist. In the years since I first wrote Full Frontal Feminism, we've seen a huge cultural shift in the way feminism is thought of along with the same old nonsense.

Decades after feminists fought for access to birth control, against sexual assault and rape culture, to have equal pay, and to be free from discrimination, we're still largely battling these same issues... (Continue)
Full Frontal Feminism
The Florist-Assassins
by Nick Harkaway
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The three men lit up in my mind's eye, with footnotes. They were converging on me – and on the object I was carrying – in a way that had woken some sort of angry territorial lizard in my head.

I am fundamentally a gentle sort of person, so I was a bit surprised to find that a part of my brain was working out which of them needed to die first and how to make that happen... (Continue)
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Sassy Men with Swords
by Mary Jo Schimelpfenig
Mary Jo Schimelpfenig: IMG It all began with a long plane flight. For years my coworker had been enthusiastically recommending Scott Lynch's The Lies of Locke Lamora, the first book of the Gentleman Bastard series, and I had nodded my head and moved on.

Dashing off to the airport, I finally grabbed my copy off a teetering pile of unread books and headed out the door. I was delighted to discover that most of the major characters were sassy as all get out and they could wield their swords just as adeptly as their words... (Continue)

Republic of Thieves
Handpicked: All-Things Veggie
by Tracey T.
IMG: Tracey T July. The deep summer month that brings a belated spring cleaning, picnics, and the beloved abundance of backyard bumper crops (or an abundance of farm-fresh produce from the weekly CSA delivery box). There is a joy in opening a community-supported agriculture box, followed a few days later with, What the heck do I do with all these veggies? July's new and recent releases help us... (Continue)
Salad Samurai Hip Girl Guide Making and Using Dried Foods Better from Scratch
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The Other Side The Other Side: A Memoir
by Lacy M. Johnson

In this exceptional literary memoir, Johnson paints a candid self-portrait of a life bearing the weight of a horrendous event – getting kidnapped, bound, and raped by an ex-boyfriend. This is a story that insists on being told, and it is conveyed with incredible grace. Renee P.

$15.95 $11.17 | Sale | Trade Paper
Queen of the Tearling The Queen of the Tearling
by Erika Johansen

For 19 years, Kelsea has lived in the forest, watched over by an older couple. But the time has come for her to be crowned as the realm's queen. Kelsea must learn how to rule her kingdom and find people she can trust to guide her. Mary Jo

$26.99 $18.89 | Sale | Hardcover
How the Light Gets In How the Light Gets In
by Louise Penny

The Inspector Gamache mystery series is intelligent and addictive – and you don't need to start at the beginning to get in on it. How the Light Gets In, Louise Penny's ninth Gamache novel, is a tour de force of mystery, including subtle and complex characters, beautiful prose, and surprising plot twists. Tessa

$15.99 $11.19 | Sale | Trade Paper
Lucky Us Lucky Us
by Amy Bloom

Amy Bloom's hypnotic and gorgeous new novel displays her trademarks – remarkable narrative skill and richly drawn, evocative characters. Iris and Eva, half-sisters creating a family in World War II-era America, will draw you in and not let go. Perfect summer reading. Tessa

$26.00 $18.20 | Sale | Hardcover
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Oliver and the Seawigs Oliver and the Seawigs
by Philip Reeve and Sarah McIntyre

Ten-year-old Oliver Crisp encounters a shy Rambling Isle, a myopic mermaid, and a talking albatross in search of his parents in this gorgeously illustrated adventure. Will Oliver rescue Mr. and Mrs. Crisp? Or will he be engulfed by the Sarcastic Sea? A hilarious read-aloud for the whole family! Kim T.

$12.99 $9.09 | Sale | Hardcover
Star Wars: Return of the Padawan Star Wars Jedi Academy: Return of the Padawan
by Jeffrey Brown

Join Roan Novachez in his second year at Jedi Academy. Roan's adventures in pilot training, food fights, poetry tests, and general middle-school awkwardness make for a fun summer read that's hilarious and engaging. An addictive mix of comics and text from the great Jedi mind of Jeffrey Brown. Kim T.

$12.99 $9.09 | Sale | Hardcover
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