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Personalized copies of all Emma Straub's books available upon request!

We are also taking orders for personalized copies of John Hodgman's Vacationland.
Arrival
Cheryl Boyce-Taylor
Paperback | Jun 2017
in store $16.95
Telepathologies
Cortney Lamar Charleston
Paperback | Mar 2017
in store $16.00
Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls
T Kira Madden
Hardcover | Mar 2019
in store $27.00
Noodlephant
Jacob Kramer
Hardcover | Feb 2019
in store $18.95
Native Country of the Heart
Cherrie Moraga
Hardcover | Apr 2019
in store $26.00
Modern Lovers
Emma Straub
Paperback | May 2017
in store $16.00
(more on order)
Vacationland
John Hodgman
Paperback | May 2018
$16.00
(on order)
The Three Vikings
Adam Auerbach
Hardcover | Mar 2019
in store $17.99
Night Sky with Exit Wounds
Ocean Vuong
Paperback | Apr 2016
in store $16.00
Telling My Father
James Crews
Paperback | Oct 2017
in store $15.00

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Its Twenty-Bi-Teen Y'all! 
Finding Representation in Queer YA
by Abby Rauscher

I was born in 1996, so I was lucky enough to be a kid during the Harry Potter craze — Deathly Hallows came out in July 2007, just months before I turned 11. The summer of ’07 was also, incidentally, the summer Stephenie Meyers’ Eclipse released; right smack in the middle of YA’s expansion, a subset of publishing that has only ballooned ever outward over the past decade-plus. Yet for all of the enthusiasm, for all of the hundreds of titles published — I didn’t get my hands on a single book with a queer protagonist until I was 12, when I stumbled on a copy of Hero by Perry Moore at the library.

 
 
 
 

How to Find Your Next Great Book Club Book
by Heather Wood

What makes a good book group book choice? The answer isn’t intuitive. Far from searching for a book everyone will love, you should choose a book some people will almost assuredly hate.