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Available Now: 'The Downstairs Girl' by Stacey Lee

Our new Banned Book Club pick is now available on SimplyE, our free e-reader app, to readers across the U.S.—no library card required!


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  • Filterworld

    Kyle Chayka

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  • The Museum of Failures

    Thrity Umrigar

    the museum of failures by thrity umrigar
  • Sophie Go's Lonely Hearts Club

    Roselle Lim

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  • Ain't That a Mother

    Adiba Nelson

    ain't that a mother by adiba nelson
  • Kindling: Stories

    Kathleen Jennings

    AdultScience Fiction
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  • Clover Hendry's Day Off

    Beth Morrey

    Clover Hendry's Day Off by Beth Morrey
  • 2020

    Eric Klinenberg

    2020: One City, Seven People, and the Year Everything Changed by Eric Klinenberg
  • Fifty Beasts to Break Your Heart

    GennaRose Nethercott

    Fifty Beasts to Break Your Heart and other stories by Gennarose Nethercott
  • We Are Free to Change the World

    Lyndsey Stonebridge

    We Are Free to Change the World: Hannah Arendt's lessons in love and disobedience by Lyndsey Stonebridge
  • Celebrating AANHPI Voices and Stories

    In celebration of the Lunar New Year, AANHPI librarians pick out their favorite books for all ages highlighting AANHPI heritage. 
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    Romance + Fantasty = Romantasy 
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