• An Outsider's Guide to Humans

    An Outsider's Guide to Humans

    Pang, Camilla

    Pang draws on her expertise as a scientist and on her experience as a person with autism spectrum disorder and generalized anxiety disorder to create an enlightening hybrid of popular science, memoir, and self-help. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • The Nation Must Awake

    The Nation Must Awake

    Parrish, Mary E. Jones

    The Nation Must Awake, published for a wide audience for the first time, is Parrish's first-person account, along with the recollections of dozens of others, compiled immediately following the tragedy under the name Events of the Tulsa Race Disaster. -- publisher's copy

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  • The Disordered Cosmos

    The Disordered Cosmos

    Prescod-Weinstein, Chanda

    Prescod-Weinstein, a particle cosmologist, debuts with an eye-popping and innovative look into the nature of the universe and her "awakening as a Black scientist." -- Publishers Weekly

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  • You'll Never Believe What Happened to Lacey

    You'll Never Believe What Happened to Lacey

    Ruffin, Amber

    Ruffin and her sister, Lamar, recount the racism Lamar has experienced growing up and living in Omaha, Neb., expertly balancing laugh-out-loud humor and descriptions of deplorable actions. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • The Brilliant Abyss

    The Brilliant Abyss

    Scales, Helen

    Marine biologist Scales (Eye of the Shoal) tours the lightless depths of the ocean and showcases its denizens in this show-stopping work. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Finding the Mother Tree

    Finding the Mother Tree

    Simard, S.

    Forest ecology professor Simard artfully blends science with memoir in her eye-opening debut on the "startling secrets" of trees. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • How the Word Is Passed

    How the Word Is Passed

    Smith, Clint

    Poet and Atlantic staff writer Smith debuts with a moving and perceptive survey of landmarks that reckon, or fail to reckon, with the legacy of slavery in America. -- Publishers Weekly

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  • Yoke

    Yoke

    Stanley, Jessamyn

    Stanley shares stories of being excluded from all-white Western yoga spaces, and explains that loving the bodies we inhabit must be a part of any form of antiracist, anti-capitalist work. -- Library Journal

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  • House of Sticks

    House of Sticks

    Tran, Ly

    Tran's debut offers an intimate look at her upbringing and family life, from immigrating to New York City from rural Vietnam as a young child, through her adolescence and early adulthood. -- Library Journal

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  • White Magic

    White Magic

    Washuta, Elissa

    Washuta (My Body Is a Book of Rules) delivers a searing set of essays, each a fractal examination of the connections between her personal struggle with loneliness, abuse, and addiction, and the devastation of Indigenous communities swindled by colonial settlers, white developers, and foisted treaties rarely honored. -- Library Journal

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