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Kingdom of Ash

This book is good. Really good. Like you wouldn't know the person who wrote the first one and this one were the same person. Maas has… More
recommended by PimaLib_ChristineR

The Handmaid's Tale

So, “The Handmaid’s Tale”, huh? There is a lot to process in a show that depicts a theonomic, misogynistic, depressing, dystopian society… More
recommended by PimaLib_NormS

The Kiss Quotient

Recommended to me by my awesome coworker PimaLib_JessicaP and Book Riot podcaster Jess on When in Romance…
recommended by PimaLib_JenM

Ray Donovan

Is Season 5 of “Ray Donovan” all about Ray’s atonement for the wrongs he has done? Doesn’t it eat away at his soul to do bad things in… More
recommended by PimaLib_NormS

Love Is Love

I want to give this book more than 5 stars. It's that awesome because "Love is the same. Wherever you live. Whoever you are. And whomever… More
recommended by PimaLib_TeneciaP

The Weed That Strings the Hangman's Bag

This story meandered and moseyed, with more than its share of bon mots, and I still don't care. Once again Flavia finds herself trying to… More
recommended by Vorpalblad

Radical Hope

Like many people in this country, De Robertis was deeply troubled by the surprising results of the 2016 Presidential election. Her response… More
recommended by PimaLib_NuestrasRaices

Master of None

Ah, it figures. I was in the middle of Al Franken’s book when the news broke about his bad behavior. This time, I finally get around to…
recommended by PimaLib_NormS

Why the Right Went Wrong

Have you ever wondered how politics in this country became so contentious, dysfunctional, and gridlocked? I say, “Wonder no more!” EJ…
recommended by PimaLib_NormS

Herbarium

For gardeners, herbalists, cooks and artists – a beautifully illustrated book featuring 100 herbs. Caz Hildebrand creatively represents…
recommended by PimaLib_SusannahC

Celebrate Ramadan & Eid Al-fitr

Great book for kids about the cultural and religious aspects of Ramadan. Beautiful, colorful photographs. At the end of the book, there are… More
recommended by PimaLib_AnnieW

Parable of the Sower

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

Cinderella

Who was your first Cinderella? Mine was Lesley Ann Warren, and I basically killed the VHS tape of this version of Rodgers & Hammerstein's… More
recommended by PimaLib_JessicaP

A Kiss for Midwinter

This darling little wintertime novella is a nice holiday read that has the same amount of angst as a full-length romance novel in less than… More
recommended by PimaLib_JessicaP

Rashad's Ramadan and Eid Al-Fitr

Great picture book that celebrates Ramadan, family, charity, and culture. Simple storyline that children will enjoy along with explanations… More
recommended by PimaLib_AnnieW

The Lion in the Living Room

I had certain expectations of what I thought “The Lion in the Living Room: How House Cats Tamed Us and Took Over the World” by Abigail… More
recommended by PimaLib_NormS
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