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PimaLib_NormS said:

Perhaps it is wrong to generalize, but compared to the soft, cushy life many of us live, life on the New Berthold Indian Reservation in North Dakota seems…

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PimaLib_TeneciaP said:

I fell in L-O-V-E with this book! It's a beautiful love story, but it’s also a love letter to art & music, to creativity, to Black history, to unapologetic…

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PimaLib_XuanZ said:

This book is powerful in so many aspects. About growing up, it entails the feeling of being invisible, going through teenagerhood, dealing with conflicting…

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PimaLib_JeanSC said:

After enjoying Thao Lam’s new book “Thao,” I looked for others by the Vietnamese-Canadian author -- and discovered 2016’s wordless “Skunk on a String,” This enchanting…

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PimaLib_NormS said:

Okay, let’s try solving an interesting basketball conundrum, shall we? (For those of you not into sports, I’ll make you a deal. I promise to keep the jock…

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PimaLib_NormS said:

An Open Letter to Emmanuel Acho, author of “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man” Hello, Emmanuel After reading “Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black…

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PimaLib_JeanSC said:

Soul Lanterns centers around a 25th memorial anniversary of the dropping of the atomic bomb on Hiroshima on August 6, 1945. Focusing on 12-year-old Nozomi,…

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PimaLib_NormS said:

Who doesn’t love a good David and Goliath story? Eric Eyre, covering the opioid crisis for the Charleston Gazette-Mail in Charleston, West Virginia, aimed…

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PimaLib_JeanSC said:

Is 2 a Lot? Depends on how you look at it. Crazy fun illustrations in this colorful book help put numbers in perspective. It’s a good lesson for little learners…

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PimaLib_JeanSC said:

No trip to Washington D.C. is complete without a visit to Arlington National Cemetery and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier. This moving book is a wonderful…

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PimaLib_JanaB said:

Wow, what a ride! This book follows three different but intersecting plotlines. Ronan, Hennesy, and Bryde answer the call of the ley lines and fight the…

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PimaLib_AmyK said:

Andrew McCarthy was asked for years to write a book detailing his experiences as a Brat Packer but declined, feeling it wasn’t something he really wanted…

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PimaLib_NormS said:

I have read Matthew McConaughey’s book “Greenlights” and I honestly do not know what to think about it. On the one hand, Matthew McConaughey just might be some…

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PimaLib_NormS said:

Why isn’t Richard Thompson more famous? Some of you might be saying, “Who’s that?” See, my point is made right there. Richard Thompson is one of the greatest guitarists…

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PimaLib_NormS said:

Baseball may not be the national pastime anymore, but there’s something about the game that attracts the written word. Seems as though there are more baseball…

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PimaLib_RayB said:

My Brother’s Husband is the first manga I’ve ever read. I was little apprehensive at first because I wasn’t sure how the reading direction and style would affect…

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