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Staff and Volunteer picks

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Afterlife by Julia Alvarez

"Antonia Vega, the immigrant writer at the center of Afterlife, has had the rug pulled out from under her when her beloved husband, Sam, suddenly dies. "Afterlife" explores complex questions like, what do we owe those in crisis in our families? How do we live in a broken world without losing faith in one another or ourselves? And how do we stay true to those souls we have lost?" - Amy

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"The House in the Cerulean Sea" by T. J. Klune

“A rare gem of a novel about a group of magical youth, their caretakers, and what it means to find your place in the world. If you need a brief respite spend some time with a cast of unforgettable characters in a house by a cerulean sea.” - Nolen

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"The Undocumented Americans" by Karla Cornejos Villavicencio

"A work of creative nonfiction that brings incisive intelligence and authentic voice to the stories of the thousands of immigrants in this country who live, love, work, and struggle without the benefit of legal papers. As an undocumented immigrant herself, the author makes the subject personal, exploring the meanings of identity and belonging, vulnerability and heroism. " - Ellie