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Struggling musician, Claire Martin, reluctantly accepts a gig playing for a playgroup of babies and toddlers. Unexpectedly, Claire actually likes the ultra-privileged moms and hanging with them brings color back to her life. But things take a dark turn as Claire begins to discover their secrets and betrayals, learning that these picture perfect Insta-Moms aren’t as perfect as they lead on.
Layla Saad’s best-selling book, Me and White Supremacy, grew out of an Instagram challenge she created by the same name. This workbook-style book gives historical and cultural context to the 28 day challenge, encouraging readers to explore and own up to their ingrained racists behaviors in order to combat racism and become a good ancestor.
Dear Edward is a realistic look at a 12-year-old boy’s recovery as the sole survivor of a horrific airplane crash was both sobering and uplifting. The reader also gets to know the other airplane passengers’ backstories and hopes for the future in a heartbreaking hour-by-hour account of the plane ride.