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A Familiar Kind of Strangeness

by Indigo

The Spirit Bares Its Teeth by Andrew Joseph White
 

Moral Complexities

by Jim Scott (he/him)


The Diary Keepers: World War II in the Netherlands, as Written by the People Who Lived Through It, HarperCollins, ©2023 by Nina Siegal, pp.527
 

Worthy Shelf Companions

by Jim Scott (he/him)

The Mis-education of the Negro (©1933), byCarter G. Woodson (1875-1950); Penguin Classic (©2023), Jarvis R. Givens (Introduction), Henry Louis  Gates, Jr. (Editor)
Born in Blackness: Africa, Africans, and the Making of the Modern World, by Howard W. French, © 2021

Everyone Deserves Access to Beauty ...

by Nancy Schwartz, Local Author

Q&A with Nancy M. Schwartz

What inspired you to write Up Bow, Down Bow?

The Time is Ripe: A Two-Book Review on the Americanization of Africans

by Jim Scott

Wellington Square Bookshop bookseller and all-around excellent human, Jim Scott, takes us on an exploration of two books, which as he states, "bookend" the history of the Americanization of Africans. Enjoy. 


The 1619 Project: A New Origin Story created by Nikole Hannah-Jones and The New York Times Magazine, © 2021

Find Waldo July!

by Angella Meanix


Nothing like a good hide-and-seek game to bring a community together. Though it’s not dusk and the fireflies aren’t out and we aren’t hiding in the bushes at the neighbors house — we are hiding 5” Waldo standees at participating businesses through July 30th! If you're looking for a simple and fun activity, join us.  While searching you can claim little goodies along the way. View details HERE -- This July Find Waldo

Put on Your Seatbelts, This is a Wild Ride!

by Angella Meanix

The last fire-fishing boats of Taiwan. Joe Russo for Gastro Obscura

Travel & Food Adventure

Gastro Obscura: A Food Adventurer’s Guide 

by Cecily Wong and Dylan Thuras

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