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There’s a definite chill in the air — the perfect weather to curl up with a warm blanket and a good book!
Erin E Adams explores a rash of missing girls in Appalachian Pennsylvania in her horror-tinged thriller "Jackal." Nghi Vo has a talent for writing novellas that feel like sweeping epics. "Into the Riverlands" continues the Singing Hills Cycle as Wandering Cleric Chih collects people’s stories and histories — this time an ancient martial arts feud.
Learn about the trials and tribulations of making a Russian version of Sesame Street in "Muppets in Moscow" by Natasha Lance Rogoff. Explore American history and society through the lens of horror films In W. Scott Poole’s "Dark Carnivals."
Middle Grade readers will be fascinated by three different views of the Japanese internment camp Manzanar, as documented by three different photographers in "Seen and Unseen" by Elizabeth Partridge.
Check out David Treuer’s "Heartbeat of Wounded Knee," which has been adapted for young readers by Sheila Keenan. Teen readers will learn about Native American culture as it exists today and the efforts to preserve Native American languages and traditions.