Kawai Strong Washburn$27.00 $24.30
A working class family in Hawaii is barely scraping by until an apparent miracle turns their world upside down. A vividly rendered exploration of the value of home, family, and tradition.
Laura Sorkin$35.00 $31.50
A big, bold, and beautiful book devoted to the use of vegetables as main dishes and as sides. 300 hundred recipes, 800 pages, and three ribbon markers make this the perfect springtime gift for the foodie in your life.
Margarita Montimore$26.99 $24.29
Oona Lockhart’s life is out of order in the most peculiar way, but she is still the same young person inside, year after random year. A great window into the meaning of living in the moment, this book’s light tone belies its deep themes of family and identity.
Anne Enright$26.95 $24.26
An Irish writer remembers the life of her glamorous actress mother in this novel about family, fame, love, and the ways that we re-write our own stories. Award-winning author Anne Enright’s insightful writing is in turns delicate and devastating.
Neal Bascomb$28.00 $25.20
The title says it all! A brilliant page turner about the untold history of an unlikely group of "car people" who decide to defeat Hitler, or at least his ego, on the racetrack. Thorough research and lively writing.
Pam Muñoz Ryan$18.98 $17.46
Newberry Honor Medal recipient Ryan presents a powerful tale of hope and adventure with many timely themes of compassion and humanity. Children 8 to 12 will be thrilled by this book of family secrets and the quest of a young boy to find the truth about his past and future.