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Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with…the March Trilogy

If you haven’t heard about the March graphic novel trilogy written by Congressman John Lewis, now is the time to put it on your radar.  Lewis was a key figure in the civil rights movements during the 1960’s, participating in lunch counter sit-ins, the March on Washington, and the walk from Selma to Montgomery, and […]

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2016 in Review: Nonfiction

It’s our last roundup of noteworthy books from 2016!  Keep reading for some of the year’s best (and possibly overlooked) nonfiction titles, and click here to read all of our previous posts for general fiction, mysteries, psychological suspense, romance, scifi/fantasy/horror, young adult, and graphic novels! I’m Judging You: A Do-Better Manual by Luvvie Ajayi 817.6 […]

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Get Out the Vote!: 5 Non-Partisan Reads for the 2016 Election

If you’re looking for a different political perspective during this long election season, try one of these non-partisan titles.  Whether the author is looking for common ground between political parties, presenting straightforward facts about the important issues, or simply analyzing (and poking fun) at each political party equally, you’re guaranteed to learn something new.  And […]

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