This step-by-step guide has over 100 recipes to pickle using multiple methods. From main dishes to condiments, this book gives a wide variety of delicious recipes to elevate your culinary adventures. [sweet pea]
This epic fantasy series continues! The first book was about Zélie and Amari fighting to bring magic back to the land of Orisha. The second book shows us it's. not. that. simple. As the nobility and monarchy fight to keep control, the people fight for their right to live.
A few services writers perform: find the words to break a silence; articulate unspoken truths; identify stories. By uncovering the power of stories and those who tell them, Solnit elevates us all. [Raissa]
This charming book tells us that sometimes the things on the other side of your wall aren't as scary as they are perceived. And not every Ogre is a bad Ogre. [Karen]
This much-needed book gives a variety of role models for men who followed their own path, from Harvey Milk to Frederick Douglass, Chief Joseph to Ai Weiwei. [sweet pea]
Test your memory with this unique matching game. Herbert, our cat, isn't a big fan, but this new game is a real hoot. [Karen]
The first complete collection of all the works of Earthsea, along with over 50 new illustrations illuminating the world, this book is a must-have for any old or new fan of Le Guin.
A short, hard-hitting collection of essays that doesn't apologize for its blatant far-left leanings (amen!) and defense of rights for all marginalized peoples under our current White House administration (hallelujah!). Read this, get riled up, and take action. [Christina]
I'm always looking for the next great book to read, and this beautifully designed book is full of selections to choose from. I was also happy to see it was not exclusively books by old, dead, white men. [Karen]
Le Guin's final collection carries us further along with a sense of knowing, mystery, metaphor, and movement. It's a marvelous poetic return home. [Raissa]