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Our Team: The Epic Story of Four Men and the World Series that Changed Baseball

“From sandlots to stadiums, Luke Epplin generously offers up the best seat in the stands to revisit when both America and its greatest pastime were changing. Even as the color line impacted the best Black players’ access and opportunities, Our Team is a riveting reminder of the unifying power of sports―and the compelling men who sought to change America one game at a time.” ―Caseen Gaines, author of Footnotes: The Black Artists Who Rewrote the Rules of the Great White Way

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Pie is for Everyone: Recipes and Stories from Petee’s Pie

“Petra’s cookbook is the technicolor culmination of six years of professional pie-making and a lifetime of informal family research. With more than 80 different kinds of pie, from classic pumpkins and rhubarbs to wild cards like tahini chess pie, to savory mincemeat and quiches, Pie for Everyone really does have a little something for all of us.”
Petee’s Pie Commandments, Taste

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Facing the Mountain: A True Story of Japanese American Heroes in World War II by Daniel James Brown

Facing the Mountain is more than just the story of a group of young men whose valor helped save a country that spurned them, it’s a fascinating, expertly written look at selfless heroes who emerged from one of the darkest periods of American history — soldiers the likes of which this country may never see again.” —NPR.org

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Tesoro by Yesika Salgado

“Tesoro is a story of family, survival, and the formative power of the women in Salgado’s life. It is a telling of the balance between love and perseverance. Tesoro is an unearthing of the sacred connections that make a person whole; the treasure we forever keep with us when we learn from those we love, when we mourn those we’ve lost, and what grows in between.” – Perseus Publishing

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The Price You Pay for College: An Entirely New Road Map for the Biggest Financial Decision Your Famly Will Ever Make by Ron Lieber

“Contains an implicit analysis and critique of higher education as a system, by acknowledging the inequities that exist at every level from recruitment to admissions to financial aid. It’s a how-to book that will also make you think, ‘But why?’” — New York Times Book Review, Editor’s Choice

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Unworthy Republic: The Dispossession of Native Americans and the Road to Indian Territory by Claudio Saunt

“Jones and Lee, editor and submission reader, respectively, for the New York Times Modern Love column, assemble a charming assortment of brief tales of love from the popular column. Each of the 175 selections distill a story of love into fewer than 100 words. While romantic love predominates, there are stories of love between parents and children, siblings, and even for pets and places. . . . This is a moving testament to the diversity and depths of love.” —Publishers Weekly

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Eat the Buddha: Life and Death in A Tibetan Town by Barbara Demick

“Outstanding . . . A book not only about modern Tibet but one that helps explain the current, poisonous moment in China.”Financial Times

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Ice Walker: A Polar Bear’s Journey Through the Fragile Arctic by James Raffan

“Ice Walker: A Polar Bear’s Journey through the Fragile Arctic” by James Raffan — “An evocative and sensory trip through the Arctic, Ice Walker captures the beauty, the danger, and the expanse of the northern icescape while calling us to action to save the polar bear, the world it inhabits, and all they represent. This is a timely book about the power of a mother’s love that transcends species. Nanu’s story will live in my imagination for a long time.” — PAUL NICKLEN, award-winning National Geographic photographer and author of Born to Ice