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Book Title Author(s) Accolades
All the Ugly and Wonderful Things Bryn Greenwood New York Times Bestseller, USA Today Bestseller, Book of the Month Club 2016 Book of the Year More Info
Also Known As Robin Benway More Info
Amelia Anne is Dead and Gone Kat Rosenfield More Info
American Apartheid: The Native American Struggle for Self-Determination and Inclusion Stephanie Woodard More Info
American Gypsy Oksana Marafioti More Info
Amish Confidential "Lebanon" Levi Stoltzfus New York Times Bestseller, National Bestseller More Info
An Uncommon Education Elizabeth Percer More Info
Anatomy of Murder Felicity Young More Info
And Still Peace Did Not Come: A Memoir of Reconciliation Agnes Fallah Kamara-Umunna, Emily Holland More Info
Animas Series C.R. Gray/Paper Lantern Lit More Info
Annabel Lauren Oliver More Info
Anyone Can Whistle Sam Munson More Info
Appreciating Oysters: The essential guide to America's booming craft oyster scene Dana Deskiewicz More Info
Armada Ernest Cline New York Times Bestseller More Info
Around the World in 80 Purees: EASY RECIPES FOR GLOBAL BABY FOOD Leena Saini More Info
Ask Baba Yaga: OTHERWORLDLY ADVICE FOR EVERYDAY TROUBLES Kitaiskaia, Taisia "Fans of Cheryl Strayed and haunted grandmothers will find solace and solutions in these bite-sized piquant pieces. Baba Yaga's advice lifts up the ordinary problems of love affairs, bodies, loneliness, friendship, and loss, making each as strange and extraordinary as life itself." (Amelia Gray, author of Isadora and Gutshot) "Ask Baba Yaga is no ordinary book...Reader, hand over your soft animal soul to Baba; watch as she seizes it, pokes around, finds the ticklish and tender spots. Rejoice in her primordial wisdom." (Kelly Luce, author of Pull Me Under) "Every word of Ask Baba Yaga feels like a gift." (Julie Buntin, author of Marlena) "There is plenty of advice in the world, but only Taisia Kitaiskaia has channeled the wit and wisdom of a solitary witch whose cauldron has seen more than its share of bloody human parts. In the pages of this book 'there will be no sootheengs wench,' but you will find a wild clarity and a rich seething aliveness matched only by your strangest childhood dreams. Read it if you dare." (Alyssa Harad, author of Coming to My Senses) "Ask Baba Yaga is Dear Sugar for the supernatural set. Witty, wise, and weird in all the right ways, Kitaiskaia proves that good advice is its own magic spell. She meets each query with a generous spirit and a crone-old soul. Pull up a chair in her chicken-leg hut, and let her potent, poetic insights bring you comfort during your darkest nights." (Pam Grossman, author of What Is a Witch) More Info
At Home in the Whole Foods Kitchen: Celebrating the Art of Eating Well Amy Champlin  James Beard Award winner, IACP Winner More Info
Awaken the Spirit Within: 10 STEPS TO IGNITE YOUR LIFE AND FULFILL YOUR DIVINE PURPOSE Rebecca Rosen, Samantha Rose More Info
B Sarah Kay More Info
Babel No More: The Search for the World's Most Extraordinary Language Learners Michael Erard More Info
Backroads Boss Lady: Happiness Ain't a Side Hustle-Straight Talk on Creating the Life You Deserve Jessi Roberts More Info
Better Each Day: 365 Expert Tips for a Healthier, Happier You Jessica Cassity More Info
Better Off Without 'Em: A Northern Manifesto for Southern Secession Chuck Thompson More Info
Between Two Worlds: Lessons from the Other Side Tyler Henry More Info
Beyond the Barriers Timothy W. Long More Info
Beyond the Sling: A Real-Life Guide to Raising Confident, Loving Children the Attachment Parenting Way Mayim Bialik More Info
Beyond the Ties of Blood Florencia Mallon More Info
Bible Babel: Making Sense of the Most Talked About Book of All Time: Making Sense of the Most Talked-about Book of All Time Kristin Swenson More Info
Big Weed Christian Hageseth More Info
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