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The Name of the Wind is the first in a series and the perfect addicting summer book for anyone who misses reading about the magical and complex worlds of Harry Potter and Lord of the Rings.
Thimble Islands Storybook is a comprehensive collection of the history, legends, poems, and pictures of the Thimble Islands.
This book is unique in scope as it goes far beyond just honeybees to introduce you to unique, obscure, seemingly other-worldly species of bees.
Utilizing an array of pharmaceuticals and an unprecedentedly irresponsible psychiatrist to escape into a year-long hibernation may seem like a terrible idea, but Ottessa Moshfegh has masterfully turned that very premise into one of my absolutely favorite recent novels.
Sandhya Menon strikes a fine balance of what it feels like to be a teen in high school and the challenges teens have to face—feeling invisible, dating, and relationships with friends, classmates, and parents—all while keeping it light.
Leduc is back just in time for those who prefer a bit of mystery (and Paris) in their summer reading.
Connecticut’s population doubled from 1890 to 1920, and the cities got crowded, creating a desire to get away from it all.
In these chaotic, stressful times, Shriver’s book is an inspiring, soulful breath of fresh air.
When life gives you lemons—or whatever you want to call it when your world starts crashing into you—what do you do?