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by Caz Hildebrand
For gardeners, herbalists, cooks and artists – a beautifully illustrated book featuring 100 herbs. Caz Hildebrand creatively represents each… More
recommended by PimaLib_SusannahC
Italian cafe
I checked this out to practice my Italian and absolutely love it! It was super cool to discover that one of the songs has my name as its tit… More
recommended by PimaLib_KarinaR
The Normal Heart
An insightful look into the beginning of the HIV-AIDS epidemic in New York and beyond. Based off of Larry Kramer's play of the same name, Th… More
recommended by PimaLib_Damian
Good Omens
by Terry Pratchett
Aziraphale, an angel, and Crowley, a demon, aren't looking forward to the end of the world. They've each been assigned to earth for thousan… More
recommended by PimaLib_KathleenP
Shadow and Bone
by Leigh Bardugo
This book originally appeared to be a similar story to those we have all read before so I put off reading it. After numerous teens insisted More
recommended by PimaLib_JusdinaNB
Dave Barry Does Japan
by Dave Barry
If you've ever been to Japan, thought about going to Japan, or seen anything Japanese that made you go, "Huh?" you MUST read this book. You More
recommended by PimaLib_JenM
The Artist in the Office
by Summer Pierre
Painters, musicians, writers, and other artists: you can live your ideal artistic life, or something close to it, while working a day job. More
recommended by PimaLib_MiraD
Laughing at My Nightmare
by Shane Burcaw
The humor makes this an entertaining read, while the frankness makes it very thought provoking. A must read for teens and adults.
recommended by PimaLib_JaneD
Parable of the Sower
by Octavia E. Butler
Want to read a dystopia? How about sci-fi with strong female characters of color? If you haven't tried Octavia Butler, you're missing out!
recommended by PimaLib_JB
Code Name Verity
by Elizabeth Wein
I just finished listening to this audio book and I loved every minute of my commute for a few weeks. The book is broken down into two sectio… More
recommended by PimaLib_JusdinaNB
The Martian
by Andy Weir
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recommended by PimaLib_RavenousReaders
Death of A Gossip
by M. C. Beaton
The first volume of the Hamish Macbeth series. I don't normally go for cozy mysteries, but there's something about the humor in this series More
recommended by PimaLib_JB
What A Fish Knows
by Jonathan P. Balcombe
Who knows what a fish knows? Maybe Jonathan Balcombe does. He has authored a new book, “What a Fish Knows: The Inner Lives of Our Underwater… More
recommended by PimaLib_NormS
Before the Fall
by Noah Hawley
I read that this book might become a movie. Better check it out now while you can. A great read, I highly recommend it.
recommended by PimaLib_SueJ
Flamenco, flamenco
Me encanta el flamenco y como no tengo los recursos para ir a España, este documental lo trae a mi casa en todo su maravila - el cante, el d… More
recommended by PimaLib_MaryG
The City and the City
by China Mieville
Inspector Borlú investigates murder in this city within a city--where you must learn to unsee to live.
The Fault in Our Stars
by John Green
It's a hit movie in book form!
Hi, Koo!
by Jon J. Muth
Learn haikus from an adorable koala!
Goddess of the Rose
by P. C. Cast
Like a little fairy tale with your romance? This retelling of Sleeping Beauty will enchant you!
Mindfulness for Beginners
by Jon Kabat-Zinn
Begin a meditation practice to bring more mindfulness to your everyday life.
by Paulo Coelho
Curl up with a cool read set in Switzerland! This modern-day Anna Karenina is a smart escape.
I Am America (and So Can You!)
by Stephen Colbert
Enjoy some Classic Colbert before he retires this character forever!
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