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  • Let's Scare Bear
    Bear says, and as the smaller creatures look on in amazement, he covers his eyes and quakes with fear before skulking off to his cave.
    05/06/2019
  • Baghdaddy: How Saddam Hussein Taught Me to Be a Better Father
    The most brutal sections cover his early life: Riley grew up in Farmingville, N.Y., on Long Island, and suffered abuse from his mother and harsh strictness from his often-absent father while trying to protect his sister, Isabel.
    05/06/2019
  • So the Doves
    What I mean is, she became a story, a myth, a series of actions and consequences folded into my own history.”
    04/29/2019
  • Love: A Discovery in Comics
    It’s an upbeat and good-natured sampling of issues related to partnership, lust, and romance, but the topic of love is far too vast to be covered satisfyingly in a 120-page comic.
    04/29/2019
  • Ever Faithful: A Vintage National Parks Novel
    Barnett brings the beauty and simplicity of Yellowstone to life in this wonderful story of faith, humility, and trust.
    04/22/2019
  • The Weight of a Pearl
    Smith (The Color Line) unflinchingly depicts a painful story of survival in a “damn mean world.”
    04/22/2019
  • Truth Worth Telling: A Reporter's Search for Meaning in the Stories of Our Times (Original)
    Pelley, a 60 Minutes correspondent and former anchor of CBS Evening News, combines firsthand observations, interviews with newsmakers, and reported profiles to recapture the stories he covered.
    04/15/2019
  • Devil of Gilding
    While the foreshadowing is heavy-handed from the start, Knight’s enthralling plot will appeal to Christian readers interested in a story with very clear moral stakes.
    04/15/2019
  • A Zombie Ate My Homework (Project Z #1)
    After tightening the tension with clues that Arnold’s cover will be blown (the government issues a classified notice of a possible escapee sighting), Greenwald neatly wraps up this amusing story about identity, tolerance, family, and friendship.
    04/08/2019
  • Correspondents
    The resulting story comes across as more instructive than immersive.
    04/08/2019
  • Moth
    Silvery, incandescent cover art will entice readers to this story of adaptation and the peppered moths of England.
    04/08/2019
  • The Gospel of Our King: Bible, Worldview, and the Mission of Every Christian
    While Ashford and Thomas’s scope is impressive, covering so much ground so briefly might disorient Christians without a firm biblical training.
    04/01/2019
  • The Royal Secret
    A fledgling reporter covering the funeral of famous Irish actor Sir James Harrison finds herself chasing the story of a lifetime—a story that many in power would kill to keep quiet—in this compulsively readable but overlong romantic thriller from bestseller Riley (The Seven Sisters), originally
    03/25/2019
  • D-Day Girls: The Untold Story of the Female Spies Who Helped Win World War Two
    Unassuming Mary Herbert used a planned pregnancy as the ultimate cover—no one would suspect a young mother of spying.
    03/18/2019
  • Share Your Smile: Raina's Guide to Telling Your Own Story
    Bestselling graphic novelist Telgemeier encourages readers to tell their stories and offers “tips, tricks, and inspirational kick-starters for getting your story down on paper.”
    03/18/2019

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