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Jamaica Kincaid and Kara Walker’s An Encyclopedia of Gardening for Colored Children will be a treat to gardeners, children, artists, poets and book lovers alike.

Jamaica Kincaid and Kara Walker’s An Encyclopedia of Gardening for Colored Children will be a treat to gardeners, children, artists, poets and book lovers alike.

The Quiet Damage investigates the destructive impact of QAnon on individuals and families, exploring the delicate art of bringing those lost to conspiracy theories back to reality.

The Quiet Damage investigates the destructive impact of QAnon on individuals and families, exploring the delicate art of bringing those lost to conspiracy theories back to reality.

Elle Reeve’s powerful Black Pill brings members of the internet’s most vicious, infamous hate groups out of the shadows, exposing the roots of extremism.

Elle Reeve’s powerful Black Pill brings members of the internet’s most vicious, infamous hate groups out of the shadows, exposing the roots of extremism.

Audrea Lim’s magnificent, provocative Free the Land illuminates how American ideas about land ownership contribute to social injustice.

Audrea Lim’s magnificent, provocative Free the Land illuminates how American ideas about land ownership contribute to social injustice.

An ecological engineer travels the world to learn how technology can address urban eco-crises in the approachable The Nature of Our Cities.

An ecological engineer travels the world to learn how technology can address urban eco-crises in the approachable The Nature of Our Cities.

Madhumita Murgia’s bracing Code Dependent puts human faces to debates about AI’s perils and promises, revealing both the potential harm and good that this technology can do.

Madhumita Murgia’s bracing Code Dependent puts human faces to debates about AI’s perils and promises, revealing both the potential harm and good that this technology can do.

In White Poverty, William J. Barber II urges poor white and Black people to unite against the policies that favor the rich and powerful.

In White Poverty, William J. Barber II urges poor white and Black people to unite against the policies that favor the rich and powerful.

The riveting We Are Not Able to Live in the Sky probes the perils and promises of microfinance for women in developing countries.

The riveting We Are Not Able to Live in the Sky probes the perils and promises of microfinance for women in developing countries.

Morally Straight weaves detailed journalism and author Mike De Socio’s deeply personal memories in its recounting of the effort to lift bans on LGBTQ+ Boy Scouts and their leaders.

Morally Straight weaves detailed journalism and author Mike De Socio’s deeply personal memories in its recounting of the effort to lift bans on LGBTQ+ Boy Scouts and their leaders.

Invisible Labor is a sobering, provocative and deeply researched look at the history of C-sections and how they impact women’s lives.

Invisible Labor is a sobering, provocative and deeply researched look at the history of C-sections and how they impact women’s lives.

Shefali Luthra’s Undue Burden is a rigorous and compelling condemnation of the unnecessary pain and sorrow Dobbs left in its wake.

Shefali Luthra’s Undue Burden is a rigorous and compelling condemnation of the unnecessary pain and sorrow Dobbs left in its wake.

The Way That Leads Among the Lost investigates the heavy yet enlightening history of anexos, clandestine Mexico City drug recovery centers.

The Way That Leads Among the Lost investigates the heavy yet enlightening history of anexos, clandestine Mexico City drug recovery centers.

Amanda Montell explores our cultural and cognitive biases and their perilous consequences in the funny, compassionate The Age of Magical Overthinking.

Amanda Montell explores our cultural and cognitive biases and their perilous consequences in the funny, compassionate The Age of Magical Overthinking.

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