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AMY HATVANY

“Bravely told and intoxicatingly honest, It Happens All the Time is a compulsory read for men and women—it bravely and urgently explores the meaning of consent everyone desperately needs to understand.“Redbook

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FAITH ERIN HICKS

“Flourishing from the strong worldbuilding and characterization of the first installment, this middle volume of Hicks’ epic introduces a few new characters but mostly provides a vital and enthralling closer look at those readers have already met as well as unfurling more of the Chinese-inspired city’s past, as colorist Bellaire brings all to stunning emotional life. For all readers fond of the edges of their seats—a penultimate triumph.“Kirkus, starred review

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KIRSTEN POE HILL and RENÉE E. WARREN

Best friends and business partners, two remarkable women share their secrets to starting and succeeding in your own business. Part inspiring business story and part insider’s how-to, You Buy the Peanut Butter, I’ll Get the Bread shares the lessons two best friends learned while making their business dreams come true.

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KJ HOWE

“The Freedom Broker combines terrific thriller writing and fascinating research about hostage rescues. This is fact and fiction at its best.”—#1 New York Times bestseller James Patterson

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LUCY ANNE HURSTON

“This photo-and-facsimile-filled volume offers a marvelous multi-media introduction to one of the most celebrated American writers of the 20th century. Readers can follow Zora Neale Hurston’s life journey, from Eatonville, Fla., (map of the town included) where she was born in 1891, to her years as a student at Howard University (read her first published story, “John Redding Goes to Sea,” reproduced from the campus literary magazine), and then to New York City and Barnard College, where she was the only black student at the time. Copies of typescripts of poems (some never before published) are included, and her success as part of the Harlem Renaissance is touched upon, as well (read her notes for various works and see the cover of the Saturday Review featuring Hurston). But perhaps the item that most brings Hurston to life is the book’s CD of her speaking and singing.”—Publishers Weekly

 

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