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The Last Bear by Hannah Gold

The Last Bear by Hannah Gold

This is the story about a little girl named April who temporarily shifts to Bear Island because her father got a job there. Despite the name of the island, there’s actually no bear in Bear Island. But while roaming the island, April catches glimpse of a polar bear. He is hurt and skinny. Soon April and this polar bear forms an unlikely friendship.

Bookish People by Susan Coll

Bookish People by Susan Coll

Independent bookstore owner Sophie Bernstein is burned out on books. Mourning the death of her husband, the loss of her favorite manager, her only child’s lack of aspiration, and the grim state of the world, she fantasizes about going into hiding in the secret back room of her store.

One Cup at a Time by Matt Tarpley

One Cup At A Time by Matt Tarpley

Serving up another steaming hot cup of the warm and floofies, this new collection follows your favorite regulars at Cat’s Cafe as well as several all-new characters as they handle the ups and downs of life with the help of their friends.

Carrie Soto Is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Carrie Soto Is Back by Taylor Jenkins Reid

Carrie Soto Is Back is Carrie’s life story since she was a small child who started to play tennis ever since she could hold a racket in her hands to being the best tennis player in the world to retiring begrudgingly from tennis due to health issues. But now that her record is about to be broken by another tennis player, Nicki Chen, Carrie will do anything to save her record so she decides to come back.