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Her work can be found at www. The Wonder That Was Ours is a humorous conglomeration of social politics, history and human folly of a mythical Caribbean island that runs parallel to political movements throughout history. When Wynston picks up two fares, a man and woman, who've been kicked off a visiting cruise ship, an outbreak of illness maroons the cruise ship in the harbor. The Caribbean island setting becomes a cauldron for issues of race, capitalism, privilege, marshal law and the loss of dignity in a chaotic world.

Wynston struggles to make sense of his own existence and the island's troubled history. Meanwhile, the roaches entertain us with their ongoing commentary, which is humorously informed by their deep and unblinking insights into human nature. Her wayward journey to fiction included studying business at MIT, then becoming a dentist.

Gloria was once a black belt in kung-fu and an avid dancer, but nowadays you can find her teaming up with her husband on the curling ice. American Panda by Gloria Chao is both a heartfelt and hilarious story about a Taiwanese-American teen whose parents rigid expectations force her to decide between a future of her own making that may or may not include her parents or a lifetime of unhappiness.

Mei should be in high school, but skipping fourth grade was part of her parents' master plan. Now a freshman at MIT, she is on track to fulfill those ambitious plans. But that is not exactly what Mei sees for herself. This is a book anyone can relate to - it's all about the struggle of wanting to be who you are while also being what your family expects of you.

Adib Khorram was born and raised in Kansas City, Missouri. An after-school writing lab was his first experimentation with writing and had him hooked but he went on to university to study theater and film school in Vancouver, BC. Although Adib did try writing plays and two short films, he felt the youthful exuberance of the writing lab return during the creation of his novel, Darius the Great is Not Okay. When he is not working at his day job as a graphic designer, Adib enjoys swimming, tea, ice skating, food, wine, video games, board games, and Kansas City barbecue.

Darius the Great Is Not Okay is a powerful story of Darius Kellner, a teenage boy, navigating family dynamics, teen social angst, clinical depression, and now his first-ever trip to Iran. In Iran, he gets to know his ailing but still formidable grandfather, his loving grandmother, and the rest of his mom's family for the first time. And he meets Sohrab, the boy next door who changes everything.

Sohrab calls him Darioush--the original Persian version of his name--and Darius has never felt more like himself than he does now that he's Darioush to Sohrab. Darius has never had a true friend before but Sohrab helps him discover who he really is and maybe be okay with not being okay all the time.

When it's time to go home to America, he'll have to find a way to be Darioush on his own. It was hilarious, and heartbreaking, and gorgeous. Oge Mora is a painter residing in Providence, RI. She's a fan of all things colorful, patterned, or collaged, and she enjoys creating warm stories that celebrate people coming together. Oge is the author and illustrator of her first picture book, Thank You, Omu! Thank You, Omu is a remarkable children's story about community and sharing delivered to us by a generous grandmother and her delicious stew.

The rich illustrations that compliment the story are a colorful collage and capture the imagination of the reader. Lesley Nneka Arimah was born in the UK and grew up in Nigeria and wherever else her father was stationed for work. Henry Award, and other honors. A dazzlingly accomplished debut collection of short stories that explores the ties that bind parents and children, husbands and wives, lovers and friends to one another and to the places they call home.

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Lesley is a masterful storyteller and with stories that embrace magical-realist elements while deploying a powerful understanding of character and circumstance. You will be mesmerized and captivated. This is his third book, a novel. Told in four parts, spanning to , The Hearts of Men follows two families through three generations. Camp Chippewa in Northern Wisconsin, in all its smoky, woodsy glory serves as the crucible through which they all must pass as they struggle to understand their relationships with one another and seek to find meaning in the wake of war and tragedy.

The Hearts of Men has much to say about goodness and its opposite; about honor; and about manhood, its difficulties and precise texture. It will make you think about how influential we are as parents to our children - for good or bad. David Barclay Moore was born and raised in Missouri. He was also a semi-finalist for the Sundance Screenwriters Lab. David now lives, works, and explores in Brooklyn, NY. Lolly Rachpaul tries to steer a safe path through the projects in Harlem in the wake of his brother's death in this outstanding debut novel that celebrates community and creativity.

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With writing that is as much raw as it is honest, Moore draws the reader into a Harlem family rampant with issues. Divorce, gang activity, loss of a child, autism, and poverty thread throughout the book, but this is not a bleak read. No, it encourages the reader to do what is right even if it is hard. It reminds the reader that though it may feel as if you are alone, we really are all connected. Even as a young girl, Tamara Bundy recognized the power of the right word at the right time and dreamed of becoming a writer.

She attended Ohio State University and taught high school English. While raising four children Tamara started writing newspaper columns for the Cincinnati Post about being a mom. As her family grew up Tamara began teaching again and completed a Master's degree in writing and decided it was time to write a fiction book that kids, teen and even adults would love to read. Walking with Miss Millie is her debut novel. She lives in Cincinnati, Ohio. Walking with Miss Millie is a poignant story set in the 's South.

It is a beautifully written story about friendship and how it can span age differences and backgrounds. There is nothing like friendship to lighten one's load, and make anyplace a home. Ten year old Alice is devastated about making a move to Rainbow, Georgia. Then she gets put in charge of walking her elderly neighbor's dog. Strolling with Miss Millie quickly becomes the highlight of Alice's day, as she learns about the town's past and meets a mix of its catty and kind residents.

Along the way she learns what they have in common is a whole lot more important that what makes them different. Her father knew she was always looking for a good story, so when he saw an article in his local Cleveland paper about two high school wrestlers with an unusual bond, he told her she should check it out. She did, and she was awestruck by the friendship she found between these two young men, Leroy Sutton and Dartanyon Crockett, each working to overcome the incredible roadblocks life had thrown in their way. Fenn's book, Carry On is about the lives of Leroy and Dartanyon and about how her own life has been changed by these two remarkable young men.

Many of us on the awards committee approached the book with trepidation: the description suggested a spiritual and sentimental account of how a privileged white woman made a difference in the lives of two very underprivileged boys-noble indeed, but not likely to win a literary award.

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However, we were all quickly drawn into the story, which is told with great insight and honesty and contained many surprises. It was a hard book to put down, and by the end, all of us were both moved and amazed by the determination of Dartanyon, Leroy, and Lisa Fenn. Michelle Pretorius was born and raised in South Africa and received a B.

She is currently a doctoral candidate in creative writing at Ohio University. Disgraced Johannesburg police officer Alet Berg has been banished to the small, seemingly sleepy town of Unie in South Africa. An opportunity to earn her way back as an officer in the elite special forces in Johannesburg presents when a gruesome murder with no clear leads is committed within the Unie jurisdiction.

Although she is not officially on the case, Alet begins investigating the crime using the resources and connections she accrued in Johannesburg, as well as her family name-her father was a legendary retired police officer. The crime soon leads her back years, into her country's violent past at the height of the Boer War, where a doctor at a British concentration camp conducts a series of grim experiments on Boer prisoners.

The novel skillfully weaves the past and the present together and transports you into the history and places of South Africa. Nathan Hill's brilliant debut novel, The Nix , is a big, ambitious, deliciously sprawling novel that centers on a complicated mother-son relationship rooted in Samuel's childhood but also in his mother Faye's own mysterious past. With a tight rein on a complex plot, Hill takes readers from Samuel's present-day conundrum back to the summer of , when his mother left; and then further back to , the year his mother left her dysfunctional family on their farm in Iowa and enrolled at the University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, just in time for the protests-turned-riots at the Republican National Convention.

Each step of the way, Hill delves deep into the details of his characters' daily lives, taking readers into the characters through gorgeously written, precise language. Hill's vivid imagination seamlessly mixes in enough historical fact to ground the story in realism. The novel explores a wide range of ideas and situations, from the relatively mundane video games, Choose Your Own Adventure books, senior proms, young love and the power of advertising to the seriously heartbreaking vengeance and anger, betrayal, childhood trauma, abandonment, child abuse and broken spirits to the sublime the possibilities of understanding, healing and positive change.

The book's brilliance and strong Chicago setting propelled it to the top of our list right away. She has taught writing courses at the University of Michigan, as well as at Belmont University in Nashville, Tennessee. Kate developed a love for writing at a young age and loved the Western landscape. This is a realistic and poetic picture book about the American West, the myth of rough riding cowboys and cowgirls.

Writing in prose with the plainspoken poetry of a classic cowboy song, debut author Hoefler makes a winning case that those who are home on the range are self-aware, empathic, conscientious, "as many different colors as the earth," and include "girls, too. Sometimes they listen for trucks, and wolves, and rushing water. And sometimes they just listen to the big wide world and its grass song. Sharon Biggs Waller lives on a farm outside of Chicago with her husband Mark and a menagerie of animals. Sharon loves horses and nature in general and has owned a riding school in San Diego.

The Forbidden Orchid tells the story of a young British girl in China hunting for the orchid that will save her family. Staid, responsible Elodie Buchanan is the eldest of ten sisters growing up in a small English market town in The girls barely know their father, a plant hunter usually off adventuring through China, more myth than man. Then disaster strikes: Mr. Buchanan reneges on his contract to collect an extremely rare and valuable orchid.

He is thrown into debtors' prison while his daughters are sent to the orphanage and the workhouse.

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To save her family, Elodie persuades her father to return to China and once more hunt down the flower-only this time, Elodie goes with him. She has never before left her village, but what starts as fear turns to wonder as she adapts to seafaring life aboard the tea clipper The Osprey and later to the new sights, dangers, and romance of China. Born in Michigan, she was raised in a family of artists, readers, and music lovers. Ruta attended college to study opera but instead graduated with a degree in International Finance.

Battling FARC and company is the United Self-Defense Forces of Colombia, the loose-knit organization of right-wing paramilitaries founded as a direct counterforce to the Marxist guerrillas. According to a confidential assessment prepared for the Colombian president Alvaro Uribe, "it is impossible to differentiate between the self-defense groups and the narco-trafficking organizations. The prospect of fifteen thousand heavily armed combatants mainly concerned with advancing their interest in the drug trade is one about which the US government is less than keen.

The FARC finance themselves with the same money. So I have to take their sources away. Naturally, the US has been less than pleased with the troops supposedly battling narcoterrorists, being narcos themselves. The response to the problem has been to wring more tax money out of the federal budget and send it to the Colombian government so it will no longer rely on AUC forces to help battle the Marxist insurgents.

But for all the money dumped down this Andean-sized rat hole, success has been meager if not utterly elusive. First, there was the simple fact that drug warriors failed to get any traction; months after dropping the first hunk of funds into Colombia, crop eradication efforts had failed to budge the street price of cocaine. Had the efforts been effective, the price tag on a noseful of coke would have risen. One possible reason: DEA vastly underestimated the amount of cocaine Colombia could produce. The feds figured up to tons per year, but while that total is double what the Colombia could manage in , a report from the U.

Second, efforts to get locals to grow alternate crops have been a wash. Few other crops pay like coca. Depending on the licit crop, farmers can make ten times the lucre growing coca. Only opium poppies compete with those numbers. Once planted, a coca bush will mature in just eighteen months, pumping out maximum yields in about three years.

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With coca, farmers report that buyers actually come to them. Not only are alternate crops bad business for farmers, even with the ever-flowering array of various and sundry subsidies, in some cases alternate crops get poisoned along with coca fields in government spray campaigns. During just one Plan Colombia-sponsored spray campaign, pilots fumigated 9, acres of pasture land, nearly 3, acres of bananas, 1, acres of yucca, and poisoned some , fish.

The destruction of legitimate crops has frustrated farmers and left them more willing to join organizations like FARC when their livelihoods and even health have been destroyed. Third, there is the balloon effect. Since government cannot put equal pressure everywhere, when it pushes in one place, the trade expands in others.

Like US jobs migrating to countries where the economics produce bigger profits, cocaine producers move to more profitable locales when the squeeze sets in. Cocaine production was down, according to government figures. But the success was an illusion. While cocaine production was down in Colombia some 15 percent, it was back up in neighboring Bolivia and Peru.

Further, it turns out that both Colombia and Peru are planting more productive varieties of coca, which means even though total acreage may be down, actual amounts of cocaine produced may increase. The "pea" has not been eradicated, it has simply migrated to more profitable environs, like Peru—where only a few years ago authorities were gushing with enthusiasm about declining coca production as the trade simply shifted to Colombia.

Afghanistan is in the same bind. While the Taliban is now gone and al-Qaida is limping along in other corners of the globe, the poppies are back and thriving. People will still grow poppies in secret. People get richer quicker that way. According to U. In a January armed raid in Istanbul, Turkish police seized a solid ton of the stuff.

Stuck between Europe and Asia, Turkey is the key trafficking route for heroin from the East, especially Afghanistan, and evidence indicated that the huge stockpile came from Afghanistan and Pakistan. From Pakistan, the drugs would have been smuggled through Iran on their way to Europe. Like coca in the Andes, poppies out-compete alternative crops in a big way.

In the mountainous regions, the hardscrabble terrain is well suited to poppies and little else. In the village of Jata, even the local mullah has a crop. But the moment the al-Qaida terror fleet shattered our delusions, we saw the two for what they were—sometimes isolated, other times symbiotic scofflaws.

The reason for this close relationship—as with almost everything in the drug trade—boils down to money. And lest there be any doubt what that means in the practical world, North Carolina Congressman Cass Ballenger cuts directly to the chase: "Americans must recognize that every time they buy cocaine or heroin, they are directly funding terrorists. As with crime and corruption, the problem with the relationship between drugs and terrorism is not drugs.

The illicit industry created by prohibition provides opportunities for terrorists and insurgents to get involved at various stages of drug production and make money otherwise unavailable to them. Still, the museum exerts a curious pull over Rosie. It all adds up to looking like her plans to sell the museum might need to be delayed, just for a while.

Finding herself and Sam embroiled in a most peculiar centuries-old mystery, Rosie is quickly expelled from her comfort zone, where to her horror, the secrets of the past come with their own real, and all too present, danger as a strange magic threatens to envelope them all.

Meticulously researched and elegantly written, this novel takes a mesmerizing look at women in the New World in the 17th century and the stubborn men who accuse them for no reason. Too pretty, too reclusive, and far too educated for their own good. And if their secret is discovered by the priests of the Brotherhood, it would mean an asylum, a prison ship—or an early grave.

Before her mother died, Cate promised to protect her sisters. Desperate to find alternatives to their fate, Cate starts scouring banned books and questioning rebellious new friends, all while juggling tea parties, shocking marriage proposals, and a forbidden romance with the completely unsuitable Finn Belastra.

Not from the Brotherhood, the Sisterhood—not even from each other. But the road to Genua is bumpy, and along the way the trio of witches encounters the occasional vampire, werewolf, and falling house well this is a fairy tale , after all. Becoming a santera is not in her plans. When Gabrielle gets home to the San Francisco Bay Area, the predictions from her on-a-whim reading begin to come true. Unexpectedly marked for initiation by the gods and goddesses of the Yoruba pantheon, Gabrielle must decide whether she can bring herself to answer the call.

And, if she chooses, commit to the seemingly contradictory life of a scientist who is also a santera. Lost then found, souls remain bound. Three sisters escape the Salem witch trials when the eldest casts a spell that hurtles their souls forward through time. After centuries separated, fate has finally reunited them in the present day. One the healer, one the teacher, and one the deceiver. Will their reunion return their full powers, or end their souls journey forever?

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    And indeed, crops begin to fail, evil creatures of the forest creep nearer, and misfortune stalks the village. But even within the overgrown gardens, murky swamps and crumbling graveyards of the forgotten South, a secret cannot stay hidden forever. Ethan Wate, who has been counting the months until he can escape from Gatlin, is haunted by dreams of a beautiful girl he has never met. In a town with no surprises, one secret could change everything.

    But there is a part of herself she can never reveal to him—for she must continue to guard her secrets if she wants to keep the past at bay. The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe by C. Edmund felt a sensation of mysterious horror. Peter felt brave and adventurous. Susan felt as if some delightful strain of music had just floated by. So, deep in the bewitched land of Narnia, the adventure begins.

    They opened a door and entered a world—Narnia—the land beyond the wardrobe, the secret country known only to Peter, Susan, Edmund, and Lucy. At first, no one believes her. And in the blink of an eye, they are changed forever. But how can Nathan find his father when there is no one safe to trust, not even family, not even the girl he loves? With her best friend, Lewis Barnavelt, away at Boy Scout camp, vacation threatens to be altogether boring. But when Mrs. Rose Rita and Mrs. Zimmermann set off on a trip to discover the meaning of the letter. A ransacked farmhouse, a missing ring, shadowy figures appearing in the night, and mysterious magic symbols are just the beginning as they are gradually drawn into a terrifying world of occult mysteries, where Mrs.

    Now, seventeen years later, she spends most of her time at boarding school in Manhattan, where she can at least pretend to be normal. One night a handsome young professor from New York University arrives in the shop and mistakes Tamsin for her extremely Talented older sister. But the search — and the stranger — prove to be more sinister than they first appeared, ultimately sending Tamsin on a treasure hunt through time that will unlock the secret of her true identity, unearth the past sins of her family, and unleash a power so strong and so vengeful that it could destroy them all.

    Next Saturday, in fact. Just before dinner. So the armies of Good and Evil are amassing, Atlantis is rising, frogs are falling, tempers are flaring. Everything appears to be going according to Divine Plan. To top off her day, someone makes a serious attempt on her life, but Death saves her. Guess he likes having her around… To solve this case Alex will have to team up with tough homicide detective Falin Andrews. Which Witch? But his wife must be a witch of the darkest powers… A sorcery competition is held to discover which witch is the most potent and fiendish, and glamorous Madame Olympia conjures up a thousand plague-bearing rats Belladonna, the white witch, desperately wants to be a wicked enchantress, but her magic produces flowers instead of snakes.

    How can she become more devilish than all the other witches? Recently transplanted from New York City, Sam and her stepmother are not exactly welcomed with open arms. Sam is the descendant of Cotton Mather, one of the men responsible for those trials and almost immediately, she becomes the enemy of a group of girls who call themselves The Descendants. And guess who their ancestors were? A handsome, angry ghost who wants Sam to stop touching his stuff. But soon Sam discovers she is at the center of a centuries old curse affecting anyone with ties to the trials.

    Sam must come to terms with the ghost and find a way to work with The Descendants to stop a deadly cycle that has been going on since the first accused witch was hanged. But history may be about to repeat itself. He becomes an overseer at Rosehall, the property of a young widow, Mrs Palmer, whose three husbands have all died in curious circumstances. She takes a violent fancy to Rutherford, who is also embarrassed by the attentions of his half-caste housekeeper, Millicent. His housekeeper is urging him, with some sucess, to fall in with West Indian habits, when Mrs Palmer arrives.

    Millicent defies her and threatens her with the powers of Takoo, an Obeah man. Villagers are convinced the wrong boy lived. All is well until one bright September afternoon, when an enchanting young woman named Beatrice Dunn arrives at their door seeking employment. She sees things no one else can see. She hears voices no one else can hear. Objects appear out of thin air, as if gifts from the dead. Has she been touched by magic or is she simply losing her mind? Thirty years ago, an elven prince led an expedition in search of a legendary magic said to be more powerful than any in the world.

    Of all those who set out on that ill-fated voyage, not one has ever returned. Until now. The rescued elf carries a map covered with mysterious symbols—and Walker Boh, the last of the Druids, has the skill to decipher them. She will stop at nothing to possess the map—and the magic it leads to. After they are sent away to study their craft, they begin down a path that will change their lives forever.

    He was black too. And that is how the trouble began. Everything in Winnies house is black — the carpet, the chairs, the bed and the sheets, the pictures on the walls, and even the bathtub! And of course her cat, Wilbur, is black too — all except for his bright-green eyes. Whenever poor Wilbur closes his eyes and tries to take a catnap, Winnie stumbles right over him.

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      Can she prevent herself from becoming evil in the process? The novel opens at the beginning of the 20th century with a community gathering to heal the mysterious illness of a young woman, Ella, who has returned to Jamaica after an unsuccessful marriage abroad. Ella, who is light skinned enough to pass for white, has suffered a breakdown after her white American husband produced a black-face minstrel show based on the stories of her village and childhood.

      This cultural appropriation is one of a series Ella encountered in her life, and parallels the ongoing theft of the labor and culture of colonized peoples for imperial gain and pleasure. Soon he is embroiled in a world of witchcraft, a world where the kind and innocent witches of Britain are facing a wicked foe. Can Joe and his young friend Twiggy put an end to the cunning plot, or will they, like their witchy friends, find the baffling mystery too hard to solve?

      She becomes immersed in a whirlwind of mystery and magic as she tries to figure out what really happened that fateful night her friend died. Ravina the Witch? In this cloud lived a young girl named Ravina. And she is about to be unleashed on the human world! A bewitching and beautiful tale of an orphan girl who was raised by crows in a trash heap.

      One day, a dying witch gifts her with a mysterious magic wand and her life changes forever! Now, the human world is hers to play with… Or will this land of fear and corruption prove too much for the fledgling witch? In a time of witch hunts, Ravina must have her wits about her! But because they have supernatural powers, they are sure that they come from another world—and that their people still exist somewhere. Then Tony and Tia find that they must escape from men who want to use their special powers for evil.

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