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My Friend Anna

Ripped From The Headlines Non-Fiction

Every once in awhile, a story comes out of nowhere and dominates the news cycle. People clamor for more information, searching for old articles about the people involved, watching clips from their teenage years, and wondering how things could have gotten to where they are. These seven non-fiction books attempt to answer those questions by diving in deep to stories, and people, that dominated the headlines, inspired countless think-pieces, and left a mark on the American conscious for a long time.

What's In There

And Then There Were Two

What To Read to Your First When You're Expecting Your Second

When you were expecting your first child, you likely picked up books on pregnancy, parenting, adoption or raising children for yourself. Now that you're expecting a second (or a third, or a fourth child) you might be seeking books to read to your younger children about what to expect with this new baby--from what is going on, where baby's come from, what's going to change and what isn't, and what babies can and can't do. These ten picture books are a great place to start when talking about pregnancy, being a sibling or welcoming a new family member. 

Still I Rise

Graphic Novels For Black History Month

Black History Month provides endless opportunities to fine tune your reading, focus on certain aspects of the world or culture, and grow as a reader. Take it a step further by diving into these eight graphic novels that are ideal reading for Black History Month or anyone interested anytime in black history, black stories, or black storytellers. 

It Takes Two

Reality TV Tell-Alls

Every time a celebrity releases a new memoir the internet is filled with news articles about the revelations they make within the pages: affairs, addictions, abuse, anything you can thing of. These memoirs get gobbled up, and if you've been a long-time fan of that individual or the reality TV show they hail from, you're destined to learn a lot from these memoirs. They don't call them "tell-alls" for nothing. Whether you prefer the Bachelor, the Real Housewives, the Home and Garden Television Network, or some combination of the above, we've got it all. 

Becoming a Yoga Instructor

Introduction to Yoga

As we welcome the new year and make resolutions, many of us will pursue new forms of exercise and ways to get in touch with our mind and body. A popular way is through yoga. Yoga, a physical and spiritual practice that originated in India, can be practiced at home or with others in group class settings. However, you don't need to buy a membership or any fancy equipment to explore yoga and learn more about the practice. 

The Assassination of Margaret Thatcher

Quick Trips

Adult Audiobooks Under 5 Hours

Whether you're looking for something to listen to on your daily commute or gearing up for a road trip across the country, audiobooks provide a great opportunity for you to lose yourself in a new world or learn something new about the world around you. You don't have to spend days listening though. These audiobooks for adults all clock in at under 5 hours, meaning that they're perfect for a short trip or a couple days worth of commuting.