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Homegoing Yaa Gyasi - 320 p.

Homegoing Yaa Gyasi - 320 p.

“Theirs was the kind of life that did not guarantee living.”  Moving forward in time from generation to generation among the same families—Ken Follett style—HOMEGOING by Yaa Gyasi narrates the early slave trade powered by the British and powerful South African...
The Girls in the Picture Melanie Benjamin - 448 p.

The Girls in the Picture Melanie Benjamin - 448 p.

It is not a spoiler to share that the first scene of THE GIRLS IN THE PICTURE is the beginning of the final chapter—a genius move by author Melanie Benjamin. I flipped through the pages enthralled, needing to understand how the great Mary Pickford, a glamorous 1920s...
The Hate U Give Angie Thomas - 464 p.

The Hate U Give Angie Thomas - 464 p.

Through the main character Starr, whose family lives in the projects while she attends a private school in the burbs, Angie Thomas’ THE HATE U GIVE delivers a unique perspective to YA readers. Starr has learned to separate her school and home personas. At school,...
American War Omar El Akkad - 352 p.

American War Omar El Akkad - 352 p.

AMERICAN WAR is a dystopian novel set in the no-longer-United States between 2075- 2095 — a time when “the planet turned on the country and the country turned on itself.” Through the life of Sarat Chestnut readers learn that climate change has won, wiping out whole...

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