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Do Beatles fans really want to revisit this painful, bitter, divisive time in the life of the band who otherwise gave the world so much joy?”

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“Every elementary classroom and science lab needs a copy of Green.”

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“a gift to anyone interested in African American history and African American writing . . .”

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“one of the most captivating books on the market linking fine art with climate change.”

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“This 24th in the series will do for a quickly moving airport or travel read, but only the ‘mental disorder as disability’ premise is memorable . . .

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“Officials forcibly remove her to the New York School for Girls where she is essentially imprisoned and turned into an indentured servant.

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"Some women aspired to become a housewife from an early age and are delighted with the role; others were relegated to it . . ."

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“From a visual perspective, it is one of the loveliest fashion books to come out this year and would be a beloved volume for anyone who loves to look at gorgeous pictures.”

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Bits and Pieces by . . . Whoopi Goldberg . . . is a rare gem among many ho-hum celebrity memoirs."

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Presenting Lee Krasner as a new release is a bit of a misnomer, as it is actually just the paperback edition of the exhibition catalog created for the 2019 show of the artist’s work at the

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an existential treatise that looks over life’s shoulder with laser sharp perception from the vantage point of old age.” 

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World War I France is the setting for Miss Morgan’s Book Brigade, a work of historical fiction written by Janet Skeslien Charles.

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