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Vestments
Fiction
John Reimringer
My Green Manifesto
Nonfiction
David Gessner
Nonfiction
Daniel Slager
The Arriviste
Fiction
James Wallenstein
The Crepe Makers' Bond
Young Readers
Julie Crabtree
The Nine Senses
Poetry
Melissa Kwasny
PU-239
Fiction
Ken Kalfus
The Colors of Nature: Culture, Identity and the Natural World
Nonfiction
Alison Hawthorne Deming and Lauret Savoy

For centuries, the richness of our world’s diverse stories has been widely overlooked by readers of environmental literature. This collection works against this blind spot, exploring the relationship between culture and place, emphasizing the...

The Gray Earth
Fiction
Galsan Tschinag
Extra Indians
Fiction
Eric Gansworth

After a moment of kindness turns tragic, Tommy Jack McMorsey is forced to revisit his past: the horrors of Vietnam, a love affair, and the suicide of his closest friend. Exploring the ways images, stereotypes, and depictions of identity intersect...

The Nature of College
Nonfiction
James Farrell

Engaging in a deep and richly entertaining study of “campus ecology,” this fascinating, highly original book explores one day in the life of the average student. Along the way, it repurposes the great and timeless opportunity presented by college...

Behind the Bedroom Wall
Young Readers
Laura E. Williams
Cracking India
Fiction
Bapsi Sidhwa

As the young daughter of an affluent Parsee family in Lahore, Lenny is keenly observant of the city’s astonishing diversity—Muslims and Hindus, Christians and Sikhs, coexisting together. But as Lahore descends into sectarian violence, Lenny’s...

Montana 1948
Fiction
Larry Watson

In this modern classic, the charges of a young Sioux woman force David Hayden’s father, the sheriff of their small town, to confront his older brother, a charming war hero and respected doctor. This novel is an astonishing tale of love and...

Rock Island Line
Fiction
David Rhodes

Born and raised in the idyll of Sharon Center, Iowa—a life of four-leaf clovers, dogs, and fishing—July Montgomery is rocked by the tragic death of his parents, a blow that precipitates his bitter exile from Eden. After an escape to Philadelphia...

The Windows of Brimnes: An American in Iceland
Nonfiction
Bill Holm
Views from the Loft
Nonfiction
Daniel Slager
Seedlip and Sweet Apple
Poetry
Arra Lynn Ross

Seamlessly bridging the material and spiritual worlds, these poems take the reader into the mind of a true visionary: Mother Ann Lee, the founder of the Shaker religion in colonial America. This remarkable collection captures the ineffable...

The Keening
Young Readers
A. LaFaye
Nissa's Place
Young Readers
A. LaFaye

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