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Things We Lost to the Water
“Eric Nguyen’s powerful novel ripples and gleams with the unpredictable flow and surge of love. . . Things We Lost to the Water proves itself to be a novel that sustains us.”
—Viet Thanh Nguyen, author of The Sympathizer
 
Second Place
“As with Cusk’s Outline trilogy, it takes seriously the complex emotional geometries between ordinary people. Second Place is a deeply philosophical book about what happens when you confuse art with life.” —Vulture
The Parted Earth
“In this captivating, far-reaching debut, Anjali Enjeti, brings to life one family’s decades-long search for love, peace, and a place to call home.”
—Jenny Offill, author of Weather
 
The Renunciations
“The poems are startling, disturbing, and relentlessly bold. I can’t imagine a time before having The Renunciations as a part of my emotional ecosystem and poetic landscape.”
—francine j. harris
Nothing Personal
James Baldwin’s critique of American society at the height of the civil rights movement brings his prescient thoughts on social isolation, race, and police brutality to a new generation of readers.
 
Nine Nasty Words
“Nine Nasty Words is a grand tour through the history of the profanities we (sometimes) abhor and (sometimes) revel in. . . . I laughed frequently and learned plenty.”
—Benjamin Dreyer, author of Dreyer’s English
Everybody
“A provocative inquiry into the body’s power and vulnerability, Everybody combines deep research, historical gossip, unsung queer lives, and deliciously readable prose.” 
—Jenn Shapland, author of My Autobiography of Carson McCullers
 
Pop Song
“Larissa Pham combines the thrilling and agonized travails of her young narrator with the lucid and steady eye of a born critic. . . . Pop Song is a bold and promising debut.”
—Leigh Haber, O Magazine
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Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Boy
Essential reading for our youngest generation, aimed at opening a dialogue about systemic racism—inspired by the New York Times bestselling book Uncomfortable Conversations with a Black Man.
A New York Times “Globetrotting Pick,” The Secret Talker is a taut, psychological tale about marriage, infidelity, and identity—from one of China’s literary superstars.
A Lonely Man
Through an elegant existential game of cat and mouse, Chris Power’s A Lonely Man depicts an attempt to create art at the cost of empathy.
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Pangolina
Pangolina
By Jane Goodall and Daishu Ma


From legendary naturalist Jane Goodall comes a heartwarming story of human-animal connection that will steal hearts and open minds.
The Capybaras
The Capybaras
By Alfredo Soderguit


A charming and hilarious tale for kids ages 4–8 about how accepting others can enrich us all—featuring capybaras, the beloved animal sensation capturing hearts around the world.
The Leaf Detective
The Leaf Detective
By Heather Lang and Jana Christy


A riveting picture book biography of Meg Lowman, the groundbreaking female scientist called a “real life Lorax” by National Geographic, who was determined to investigate the undiscovered world of the rainforest treetops. 
Sometimes It's Bright
Sometimes
It’s Bright

By Annie Ruygt


Discover the joy of creativity! Sometimes It’s Bright explores how being our most creative selves brings joy to us and to the world.
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