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100 Cookies – Sarah Kieffer

You want to bake a stunning, gorgeous and (above all) delicious cookie? Then you've come to the right book! Sarah Kieffer is the baking fiend behind "The Vanilla Bean Baking Blog" and she's bundled all that yummy sweetness in one fabulous book! We start with general baking tips and ingredient tips (i.e. what kind of dairy, oils, flour… Continue reading 100 Cookies – Sarah Kieffer

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The World’s Best Dad During & After the Divorce – Paul Mandelstein

As a heads up (and you all can probably already tell) but I'm not the target audience for this book. I don't have children, I'm not going through a divorce and I'm definitely NOT a dad. So...why read this book? To be honest, I was curious. I'm not a huge fan of self-help books BUT… Continue reading The World’s Best Dad During & After the Divorce – Paul Mandelstein

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Big Summer – Jennifer Weiner

Daphne Berg and Drue Cavanaugh were once best friends. Kind of. The friendship was a little one-sided and had a slight frenemies vibe but still... Until that one day where Drue pushed Daphne just way too far. Six years later, Daphne has completely (and utterly) moved on. She has a comfortable influencer life, she just made a major… Continue reading Big Summer – Jennifer Weiner

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The Jane Austen Society – Natalie Jenner

It all started with Adam and the mysterious American woman. The woman was lost, wandering the hills of Chawton, a small English village, and when she found Adam, she asked to be taken to the graveyard. At first Adam was puzzled but then again, the second world war just ended...but then the American clarifies. She wants… Continue reading The Jane Austen Society – Natalie Jenner

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Braiding Sweetgrass – Robin Wall Kimmerer

This is a gorgeous book all about nature and science - what more can a girl ask for? Robin Wall Kimmerer is a botanist by trade and a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation - and she combines her passion for plants and history in this book. Each chapter focuses on a different overlap between science and her culture. I love… Continue reading Braiding Sweetgrass – Robin Wall Kimmerer

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All That We Carried – Erin Bartels

Sisters Olivia and Melanie couldn't be more different if they tried but growing up, they were as close as can be...until they weren't. Ever since their parents died in a car accident, Olivia and Melanie drifted far apart. Ten years later, Melanie feels like she's not only mourning the loss of her parents but also her… Continue reading All That We Carried – Erin Bartels

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The Book Cover – Peter Mendelsund, David J. Alworth

Hmmm... mixy thoughts on this. So this is a book all about book covers. And initially I was SUPER excited for it. I mean... who doesn't judge a book by its cover? I was so curious to learn about the history and trends that you see in book covers - and why some are considered works… Continue reading The Book Cover – Peter Mendelsund, David J. Alworth

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How Sausage’s Made – Andrew Rolston

Jimmy has always known what he wants to do with his life - become a sausage maker. When people learn that you are going to college for sausage-making - that turns heads. And before you laugh - there is LITERALLY no nobler position in this world. But then Jimmy meets every sausage-makers worst enemy - a vegan. Petunia is… Continue reading How Sausage’s Made – Andrew Rolston

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Her Name Was Abby – Peter Martuneac

Still reeling from the loss of her foster-father and mentor, Abby is struggling. She knows she has to keep going but she doesn't know how or why. And while she gains temporary reprieve with a handful of friends, she is soon forced out of that protective area and forced to keep running. But with zombies, raiders… Continue reading Her Name Was Abby – Peter Martuneac