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Penguin Random HouseA Place For Us$27.00This timeless tale of identity—chronicling an Indian-American Muslim family as they gather for the eldest daughter’s wedding—is as relevant today as ever.
Penguin Random HouseI Know Why the Caged Bird Sings$24.00Our vote for book club.
Houghton MifflinThe Color Purple$17.00Winner of the 1983 Pulitzer Prize for Fiction, Walker’s novel and its protagonist have long stolen our hearts.
MacMillanA Wrinkle In Time: 50th Anniversary Commemorative Edition$28.00Long before J.K. Rowling, there was L’Engle.
HachetteUganda Be Kidding Me$32.00The kind of hilarious read you’ll want to take on your next trip (we promise).
Penguin Random HouseGone Girl Paperback$16.00A dark, suspenseful thriller you won’t want to put down.
Penguin Random HouseWildflower$18.00Trust us, if you weren’t a die-hard Drew Barrymore fan before, you will be now.
Penguin Random HouseDark Places Paperback$15.00A seriously chilling thriller that draws you in from the get-go, and leaves you wanting more.
Harper CollinsIt's Messy: On Boys, Boobs, and Badass Women$27.00Amanda de Cadanet’s raw manifesto challenging the stereotypes real women face—be it navigating motherhood, divorce, or career.Sold Out
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