• “Dragonfly” by Leila Meacham, fiction


• “The Case of The Vanishing Blonde and Other True Crime Stories” by Mark Bowden, nonfiction

• “How to Fly (In Ten Thousand Easy Lessons)” by Barbara Kingsolver, nonfiction

• “I Got A Monster: The Rise and Fall of America’s Most Corrupt Police Squad” by Baynard Woods, nonfiction

• “Life of a Klansman: A Family History of White Supremacy” by Edward Ball, nonfiction

• “The Next Great Migration: The Beauty and Terror of Life on the Move” by Sonia Shah, nonfiction

• “The S.S. Officer’s Armchair: Uncovering the Hidden Life of a Nazi” by Daniel Lee, nonfiction

• “You Are Never Alone: Trust in the Miracle of God’s Presence and Power” by Max Lucado, nonfiction

• “All The Broken People” by Leah Konen, fiction

• “Ask Me Anything” by P.Z. Reizin, fiction

• “Blacktop Wasteland” by S.A. Cosby, fiction

• “Crooked Hallelujah” by Kelli Jo Ford, fiction

• “Dear Emmie Blue” by Lia Louis, fiction

• “Death Rattle” by Alex Gilly, fiction

• “An Elegant Woman” by Martha McPhee, fiction

• “Envious” by Lisa Jackson, fiction

• “Everyone Knows How Much I Love You” by Kyle McCarthy, fiction

• “Fool’s Paradise” by Robert B Parker, fiction

• “The French Widow” by Mark Pryor, fiction

• “Fresh Water for Flowers” by Valerie Perrin, fiction

• “Future Home of the Living God” by Louise Erdrich, fiction

• “Grown Ups” by Marian Keyes, fiction

• “He Started It” by Samantha Downing, fiction

• “The Heir Affair” by Heather Cocks, fiction

• “Hidden Truths” by Muna Shehadi, fiction

• “Home Before Dark” by Riley Sager, fiction

• “Lake Life” by David James Poissant, fiction

• “Last One Out Shut Off The Lights” by Stephanie Soileau, fiction

• “The Last Story of Mina Lee” by Nancy Jooyoun Kim, fiction

• “The Lost and Found Bookshop” by Susan Wiggs, fiction

• “Other People’s Pets” by R.L. Maizes

• “The Paper Daughters of Chinatown” by Heather B. Moore, fiction

• “Parakeet” by Marie-Helene Bertino, fiction

• “The Request” by David Bell, fiction

• “Sad Janet” by Lucie Britsch, fiction

• “Saving Ruby King” by Catherine Adel West, fiction

• “The Silence” by Susan Allott, fiction

• “They Did Bad Things” by Lauren A. Forry, fiction

• “Utopia Avenue” by David Mitchell, fiction

• “Want” by Lynn Steger Strong, fiction

• “With Or Without You” by Caroline Leavitt, fiction


• “The Ballad of Songbirds and Snakes” by Suzanne Collins, fiction

• “The Book of Two Ways” by Jodi Picoult, fiction

• “The End of the Day” by Bill Clegg, fiction


• “At The Garage” by Carron Brown, fiction

• “At The Library” by Heather Alexander, fiction

• “Butts Are Everywhere” by Jonathan Stutzman, fiction

• “Hello, Arnie!” by Laurie Keller, fiction

• “The King of Kindergarten” by Derrick Barnes, fiction

• “Mistletoe: a Christmas Story” by Tad Hills, fiction

• “Secrets of the Rainforest” by Carron Brown, fiction

• “Dolphins” by Melissa Stewart, nonfiction, wonderbook

• “Amelia Bedelia Joins the Club” by Herman Parish, fiction, wonderbook

• “Fancy Nancy: It’s Backwards Day!” by Jane O’Connor, fiction, wonderbook

• “Interrupting Chicken” by David Ezra Stein, fiction, wonderbook

• “Nana in The City” by Lauren Castillo, fiction, wonderbook

• “Reading Makes You Feel Good” by Todd Parr, fiction, wonderbook

• “There Was an Old Woman Who Lived in a Book” by Jomike Tejido, fiction, wonderbook


• “Bee Fearless: Dream Like a Kid” by Mikaila Ulmer, nonfiction

• “How to Be A Person: 65 Hugely Useful, Super-Important Skills to Learn before You’re Grown Up” by Catherine Newman, nonfiction

• “Reaching for the Moon: the Autobiography of NASA Mathematician Katherine Johnson” by Katherine Johnson, nonfiction

• “Brother’s Keeper” by Julie Lee, fiction

• “The Dream Weaver” by Reina Luz Alegre, fiction

• “Ikenga” by Nnedi Okorafor, fiction

• “Really Truly” by Heather Vogel Frederick, fiction

• “What Lane?” by Torrey Maldonado, fiction

• “The Cricket in Times Square” by George Selden, fiction, wonderbook


• “Bad Education,” fiction

• “The Call of the Wild,” fiction

• “Charlie’s Angels,” fiction

• “Killing Eve,” fiction

• “Young Sheldon,” fiction


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