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n “A way to garden: a hands-on primer for every season,” by Margaret Roach. Timber Press, c2019.

n “The way we eat now: how the food revolution has transformed our lives, our bodies, and our world,” by Bee Wilson. Basic Books, c2019.

n “What to eat when: a strategic plan to improve your health & life through food,” by Michael Roizen, M.D., et al. National Geographic, c2019.

n “When Islam is not a religion: inside America’s fight for religious freedom,” by Asma T. Uddin. Pegasus Books, c2019.

n “White flights: race, fiction, and the American imagination,” by Jess Row. Graywolf Press, c2019.

n “Why cities lose: the deep roots of the urban-rural political divide,” by Jonathan Rodden. Basic Books, c2019.

n “A wild and precious life: a memoir,” by Edie Windsor. St. Martin’s Press, c2019.

n “Winners take all: the elite charade of changing the world,” by Anand Giridharadas. Vintage Books, c2019.

n “The words of my father: love and pain in Palestine,” by Yousef Bashir. HarperCollins Publishers, c2019.

n “Working daughter: a guide to caring for your aging parents while making a living,” by Liz O’Donnell. Rowman & Littlefield, c2019


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