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June's Biggest Books

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Adam and Jill are back with their monthly list of books they can't wait to read in June!

Books mentioned in this episode:

The Mermaid by Christina Henry

There There by Tommy Orange

The Cabin at the End of the World by Paul Tremblay

Florida by Lauren Groff

My Plain Jain by Cynthia Hand

Bruja Born by Zoraida Cordova

Number One Chinese Restaurant by Lillian Li

A Place for Us by Fatima Farheen Mirza

Sex and the City and Us by Jennifer Keishin Armstrong

The Book of M by Peng Shepherd

Sick by Prochista Khakpour

A Thousand Beginnings and Endings, ed. by Ellen Oh and Elsie Chapman

Tell Me Lies by Carola Lovering

Night-Gaunts and Other Tales of Suspense by Joyce Carol Oates

Court of Shadows by Madeleine Roux

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