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Happy & You Know It by Laura Hankin

Claire, a musician whose band becomes famous as soon as she leaves the group, finds work with a playgroup in wealthy New York City. Quickly, Claire becomes enamored by those who employ her, a group of impossibly gorgeous mothers who are addicted to wellness routines and juice cleanses. But Claire quickly realizes what she sees …

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Keeping Lucy by T. Greenwood

Set in 1969, Ginny Richardson’s world turned upside down when her newborn child Lucy, born with Down Syndrome was taken from her. Pressured by his powerful family, Ginny’s husband Ab sent Lucy away to Willowridge, a school for the “feeble-minded.”  Two years later, after empty promises to see her daughter, Ginny finally gathers the courage …

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Becoming by Michelle Obama

Michelle Obama has lived a life filled with endless accomplishments both personally and professionally. As the first African American to serve as First Lady of the United States, she helped create a welcoming America we can all be proud to live in. In this memoir, Michelle reflects on her life and the events that made …

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The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

The book opens when Starr Carter witnesses the murder of her life-long friend Khalil at the hands of a police officer. The ripple effect of this tragedy, transforms Starr and those close to her. Grappling with this horrific event, Starr is hesitant to use her voice and defend Khalil’s innocence, until her friend confronts her …

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Love Wins by Rob Bell

In this highly controversial, yet challenging book, Rob Bell questions the narrative Christians are fed since the first time they walk into a church. This story says, “God loves you. God cares for you. But if you don’t accept God according to our standards, you will spend your eternity suffering in hell!” Bell questions whether …