In This Issue

Among the 25 books reviewed this week: Fatty, Fatty, Boom Boom, Rabia Chaudry's "touchingly warm and intimate" memoir in which "fragrant, delectable homemade Pakistani dishes" feature; Requiem for the Massacre, in which sportswriter and longtime Tulsan RJ Young's "clear-eyed, first-person narration blazes from the page" as he examines the 1921 Tulsa Race Massacre; and Newbery Honor author Jasmine Warga's A Rover's Story, which "thoughtfully balances the technical aspects of this STEM story with social-emotional nuance." Plus so much more!

In The Writer's Life, Brandon Sanderson discusses his Hugo Award-winning novella The Emperor's Soul on its 10th anniversary and its continuing relevance--he believes that today "we make less of an effort than we ever have to understand each other...."

--Jennifer M. Brown, senior editor, Shelf Awareness
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