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Book Recs from Cleveland Public Library

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Oh goodness was this a treat. We got a private tour of Cleveland Public Library's historic downtown library and then sat down with their Youth Services librarians for a book talk! They offer up everything from Adult and YA to comics, manga, graphic novels and even some pictures books!

Books discussed on this episode

All Summer Long by Hope Larson

There There by Tommy Orange

Quiet Until the Thaw by Alexandra Fuller

The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang

Sunny by Jason Reynolds

As Brave As You by Jason Reynolds

The Milk of Dreams by Leonara Carrington

We Are All Dots: A Big Plan for a Better World by Carolina Zanotti and Giancarlo Macri

Real Friends by Shannon Hale

Be prepared by Vera Brosgol

Everything You Need to Build a Treehouse by Carter Higgins

Wild by Emily Hughes

Yona of the Dawn by Mizuho Kusanagi

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