– This Week’s Selected Books and Goods –

[ the very latest and enduring favorites ]


 
 

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Becoming, Michelle Obama

#1 bestseller - honest, moving and inspiring.


You Have The Right To Remain Fat
By Virgie Tovar

Fat activist and visionary Virgie Tovar really opened my mind. She teaches and preaches without fear. Fat bias is one of the last remaining un-questioned “ism”, and this books explains why that needs to change.


NEW in the kids’ section: Chicken Talk
By Patricia MacLachlan, Jarrett J. Krosoczka

“The term ‘chicken scratch’ gets a whole new meaning in this delightful barnyard tale from award-winning author-illustrator team Patricia MacLachlan and Jarrett J. Krosoczka.” — Angie Tally, The Country Bookshop, Southern Pines, NC

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Teen Vogue

Groundbreaking, muckraking teen magazine we can all learn from.


The Seattle Times and The New York Times

Local AND global - why choose one?


Wired Magazine

Are we the new silicon valley? Let’s hope not. Reading Wired’s excellent long-form journalism gives me hope that the tech industry won’t kill our souls.

O Magazine

A restorative mag that has survived Oprah’s transition from her show and even the “death of print journalism”. When your best friend can’t make it for tea, put on your slippers and read this magazine.