An essay collection reflecting on AOC's rise and a new rom-com from Meg Cabot head up the new-books lineup this week.
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In a world overrun by pollution, humanity is relegated to live in booming cities. With smog killing her young daughter, one woman embarks on a radical journey into the unknown, venturing into an untamed state to see if humans can survive life outside the city limits.
Years after his sister disappeared, the man long suspected to be responsible gets a shot at redemption when he discovers a lost little girl in the middle of nowhere. The new case may have ties to the one from his past, however.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has taken Congress by storm, both as the youngest Congresswoman in U.S. history, and as a proponent of radical change in America. Read about her life thus far in Lynda Lopez's new book, AOC.
Lillian Boxfish Takes a Walk author Kathleen Rooney takes on a true story from World War I in her brand-new summer novel. Cher Ami and Major Whittlesey centers on a messenger pigeon and the Army officer whose life she changed.
Three years after her mother's deportation, Sia still lights candles to help her find her way home. But when a U.F.O. carrying her mother appears one night, Sia finds herself on an unexpected adventure in this striking new novel.