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The Collector's Apprentice
by B. A. Shapiro

A beguiling story of art, history, and mystery set in 1920s Paris from the author of the bestselling The Art Forger.
The Museum of Modern Love
by Heather Rose

This international award-winning novel, set at New York’s Museum of Modern Art, is a cleverly captivating work that explores where life ends and art begins.

The Drunken Botanist
by Amy Stewart
This fascinating concoction of biology, chemistry, history, and mixology is packed with drink recipes and growing tips for gardeners. Perfect for throwing or going to any cocktail party.
Burning Down the Haus
by Tim Mohr

This thrilling history of the punks who brought down the Berlin Wall—three chords at a time—is a rollicking story of extraordinary bravery in the face of one of the most oppressive regimes in history.
An American Marriage
by Tayari Jones

A New York Times Notable, this bestseller is one of the most recommended books of 2018, a timely and transcendent story of love and forces beyond our control.
Minding the Store
by Julie Gaines

This charming tale by the founder of iconic housewares shop Fishs Eddy is the story of starting a business and staying true to one’s path while trying to make it in the Big City.
A Room Away from the Wolves
by Nova Ren Suma

This mesmerizing gothic novel about the world of dark secrets teenager Bina discovers is the latest must-read from the New York Times No. 1 bestselling author of The Walls Around Us.
The Girl Who Drank the Moon
by Kelly Barnhill

This Newbery Medal winner is the gorgeously written novel for middle-grade children that is destined to become a classic—not to mention, a beloved gift.

Here to Stay
by Sara Farizan

This powerful story of prejudice is also a humorous page-turner, following Bijan Majidi as he finds racism and resentment simmering at his high school once he becomes the surprise star of the basketball team.
(Don't) Call Me Crazy
Edited by Kelly Jensen

This is for anyone who has ever struggled with mental health, or anyone who knows someone who has. Thirty-three writers and celebrities contributed to this conversation starter and guide.
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