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A bad god's guide to ruling the world

A bad god's guide to ruling the world

Stowell, Louie, author, illustrator
2024

"When Heimdall and Hyrrokkin abandon their 'children' to go on holiday, Odin sends Baldur - Thor's half brother and god of making Loki look bad - to babysit. As Baldur and Thor bond, Loki's attempts to prove he's good start getting a bit desperate. After the drama teacher casts him as the villain in the school play, Loki starts to wonder whether there's any point in being good when everyone seems convinced of his villainy. That is until he discovers a rather unusual ring among the costumes and props. A ring that looks suspiciously like the cursed ring of Andvari, one that promises Loki the world if only he gives in to his deepest, darkest desires..."-- Page 4 of cover.

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I Want to Die But I Still Want to Eat Tteokbokki Further Conversations with My Psychiatrist.

I Want to Die But I Still Want to Eat Tteokbokki Further Conversations with My Psychiatrist.

Sehee, Baek.

When Baek Sehee started recording her sessions with her psychiatrist, her hope was to create a guide for herself. She never imagined she would reach so many people with her reflections. Healing is a difficult, non-linear process, though. In this second book, the inner conflict Baek Sehee experiences in treatment becomes more complex, more challenging, and she reaches out to hold the hands of all those for whom grappling with everyday despair is part of a lifelong project, part of the journey. Print run 75,000.

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A Is for Amish

A Is for Amish

Gray, Shelley Shepard.
2024

Siblings Martin, Kelsey, Beth, and Jonny are as different as can be, but they are all longing to reinvent their lives. Raised by their divorced lapsed-Amish father and English mother, they only knew real stability and a sense of family when visiting their Old Order grandparents, Josiah and Sylvia Schrock, in peaceful small-town Millersburg, Ohio. Now the four want to try living with them and joining their faith - much to the Schrocks' surprise. Yet given time and patience - and adhering to their grandparents' unexpectedly challenging rules - the whole family might just find what they're looking for. Print run 65,000.

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Joy A Novel.

Joy A Novel.

Steel, Danielle.

Paperback.

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The Knowing The Enduring Legacy of Residential Schools.

The Knowing The Enduring Legacy of Residential Schools.

Talaga, Tanya.
2024

It is believed that nearly 20,000 Indigenous children have been lost on Turtle Island. The system, fuelled by Church and state, committed the most heinous of crimes: sexually, physically and emotionally abusing children over decades, many of whom died and were buried on the grounds of the schools. Award-winning Anishinaabe author Tanya Talaga retells the history of this country as only she can - through an Indigenous lens, by tracing the life of her great-great grandmother and family as they lived through this government- and Church-sanctioned genocide. Hometown: Toronto, ON. Print run 60,000.

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Le projet Barnabé

Le projet Barnabé

Fan, Terry, auteur, illustrateur
2020

Barnabé est une créature mi-éléphant mi-souris qui vit dans un laboratoire secret pour les Animaux idéaux. Toutefois, il est loin d’être idéal : il se trouve dans une section du labo pour les Projets ratés. Un jour, Barnabé prend une décision qui va changer le cours de sa vie. Suivez cet être courageux dans cette aventure remarquable alors qu’il poursuit ses rêves de liberté! Les frères Fan se surpassent avec des illustrations à couper le souffle. Un livre à lire absolument!

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Les amis de Meesha

Les amis de Meesha

Percival, Tom, 1977- auteur, illustrateur
2020

Meesha adore fabriquer toutes sortes de choses, mais il y a UNE chose qu’elle trouve difficile : se faire des amis. Quand elle essaie, elle ne sait pas quoi faire, quoi dire ou quand le dire. Mais un jour, Meesha découvre qu’elle a un talent extraordinaire. La suite de cette histoire surprendra les lecteurs de tous âges à coup sûr! Un album charmant qui inspirera les jeunes à faire confiance aux autres, tout en restant fidèles à eux-mêmes.

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Les contes de Sophie

Les contes de Sophie

Holzwarth, Devon, auteur, illustrateur
2022

Une nuit, alors que Sophie lit son livre préféré, elle est emportée par une puissante rafale. Avant même de comprendre ce qui lui arrive, un tapis volant la transporte dans un monde magique. Que va-t-elle découvrir lorsqu’elle se plongera dans ses autres livres?

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Loud

Loud

Afualo, Drew.

The empowering, inspiring, patriarchy book by the TikTok and Spotify star Drew Afualo. Drew Afualo is best known as the internet's "Crusader for Women" and is at the head of a new generation of entertainment's rising stars. This is part manual, part manifesto, and part memoir. It makes it clear that behind her fearsome laugh is a mission and a life philosophy, a strategy for self-confidence from the inside out, and a pathway to once and for all remove men from the center of how women and fems think about themselves. Print run 200,000.

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The man from Waco

The man from Waco

Johnstone, William W., author
2024

"Sacrificing his freedom by confessing to his desperate brother's crime, John Bannack, while on work detail outside the prison, saves the judge who sentenced him from a bloody prison break, in return the judge releases him and employs him as his bodyguard and avenger"-- Provided by publisher.

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Métis like me

Métis like me

Hilderman, Tasha, author
2024

"A picture book celebrating Métis culture."-- Provided by publisher.

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Millie's big decision

Millie's big decision

Eagleton, Ian, author
2023

Millie has always wanted a dog, but when her grandmother passes away, she finds herself scared of letting anyone (or any dog) in. Can her dads help her find the perfect pup to teach her to love again?

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Mini Bluey.

Mini Bluey.

2024

When Dad complains about how different Bluey and Bingo are, Bluey decides to color Bingo to be more like her. But when Bluey paints herself to look more like her little sister, Mum and Dad like Big Bingo more! Will Bluey and Bingo learn to be happy just how they are?

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The murder inn

The murder inn

Patterson, James, 1947- author
2024

The Inn at Gloucester is the lone structure on a rocky Massachusetts shoreline. Former Boston police detective Bill Robinson runs the place as a refuge from life's cruel disappointments. When two strangers arrive for a temporary stay among the permanent residents, they're welcomed with no questions asked. There's another new resident in town. A crime boss. And he doesn't like the close watch Robinson and Spears keep over Gloucester. Local criminals are turning up dead. Teaming up with Sheriff Spears and three fearless residents, Robinson begins a risky defense of his town, his chosen family, and his home.

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My little Ogichidaa : an Indigenous lullaby

My little Ogichidaa : an Indigenous lullaby

Poll, Willie, author
2024

The word Ogichidaa means warrior in Anishinaabemowin, and this beautifully illustrated book is a tribute to Indigenous families everywhere who are proudly raising their children to carry forward their culture, language, and love with resilience, strength, and kindness.

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The mystery of locked rooms

The mystery of locked rooms

Currie, Lindsay, author.
2024

"Twelve-year-old Sarah Greene wants nothing more from her seventh-grade year than to beat the hardest escape room left in her town with her best friends, West, and Hannah. But when a foreclosure notice shows up on Sarah's front door, everything changes. Since her father became ill two years ago, things have been bad, but not lose your house bad... until now. Sarah feels helpless until the day Hannah mentions a treasure rumored to be hidden in the walls of an abandoned funhouse. According to legend, Hans, Stefan, and Karl Stein were orphaned at eight years old and lived with different families until they were able to reunite as adults. Their dream was to build the most epic funhouse in existence. They wanted their experience to be more than mirror mazes and optical illusions, so they not only created elaborate riddles and secret passages, but they also claimed to have hidden a treasure inside the funhouse. Once in, Sarah, West, and Hannah realize the house is unlike any escape room they've attempted. There are challenges, yes, but they feel personal. Like the triplets knew who would get in. It seems impossible, but so does everything about the house. As soon as they're in she immediately worries that attempting the funhouse is a bad idea but Sarah has no choice but to continue, since her future is at stake"-- Provided by publisher.

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Nexus A Brief History of Information Networks from the Stone Age to AI.

Nexus A Brief History of Information Networks from the Stone Age to AI.

Harari, Yuval Noah.

Yuval Noah Harari looks through the long lens of human history to consider how the flow of information has shaped us, and our world. Harari asks us to consider the complex relationship between information and truth, bureaucracy and mythology, wisdom and power. He explores how different societies and political systems throughout history have wielded information to achieve their goals, for good and ill. And he addresses the urgent choices we need to make in the face of non-human intelligence.

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Noblesse. Season 1. Part 2

Noblesse. Season 1. Part 2

Son, Che-ho, author
2024

Cadis Etrama Di Raizel was an influential member of the Nobles, a race of nearly immortal vampire-like creatures. After 820-years in hibernation, Rai awakens to discover a world he no longer recognizes-a world now flush with a shadowy organization called the Union. Awaiting his eventual return, the Union is ready to seize Rai's unique powers to promote their malicious agenda. After hundreds of years, the ultimate showdown between the Nobles and the Union has finally arrived. The past clashes with the present in the second volume of Noblesse, a fresh take on universal dark fantasy themes. Rai and his former servant Frankenstein have to do everything in their powers to stop the Union from advancing its evil scheme-and they have to do it while navigating the new and confusing modern world too.

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North of nowhere : song of a Truth and Reconciliation commissioner

North of nowhere : song of a Truth and Reconciliation commissioner

Wilson, Marie (Journalist), author
2024

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission was established to record the previously hidden history of more than a century of forced residential schooling for Indigenous children. Marie Wilson helped lead that work as one of just three commissioners. With the skills of a journalist, the heart of a mother and grandmother, and the insights of a life as the spouse of a residential school survivor, Commissioner Wilson guides readers through her years witnessing survivor testimony across the country, providing her unique perspective on the personal toll and enduring public value of the commission.

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Patate Pourrie : le légume le plus courageux du monde!

Patate Pourrie : le légume le plus courageux du monde!

Clanton, Ben, 1988- auteur, illustrateur
2021

Patate Pourrie est une patate mutante. Et comme la plupart des patates mutantes, Patate Pourrie adore la boue. Il aime jouer dans la boue, il la mange et il dort même dedans! Alors quand il aperçoit la flaque de boue la plus magnifique qu’il n’ait jamais vue, il a hâte de sauter dedans à pieds joints. Mais le grand frère de Patate Pourrie l’avertit : attention à l’être qui se tortille! Il est gluant, glissant, dégoûtant et sale. Il vit sous la boue. Patate Pourrie est maintenant trop apeuré pour sauter dans la flaque. Réussira-t-il à braver sa crainte en plongeant? Sera-t-il en mesure d’affronter la créature terrifiante?

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Private Moscow

Private Moscow

Patterson, James, 1947-, author
2024


Resurrection A Novel.

Resurrection A Novel.

Steel, Danielle.

Paperback.

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Shelterwood A Novel.

Shelterwood A Novel.

Wingate, Lisa.

Paperback.

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Supremacy AI, ChatGPT, and the Race That Will Change the World.

Supremacy AI, ChatGPT, and the Race That Will Change the World.

Olson, Parmy.

In November of 2022, a webpage was posted online with a simple text box. It was an AI chatbot called ChatGPT, and was unlike any app people had used before. Behind the scenes, battles for control and prestige between the world's two leading AI firms, OpenAI and DeepMind, who now steers Google's AI efforts, has remained elusive - until now. Tech writer Parmy Olson tells the astonishing story of the battle between these two AI firms, their struggles to use their tech for good, and the hazardous direction they could go as they serve two tech monopolies whose power is unprecedented in history. Print run 75,000.

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A Talent for Murder A Novel.

A Talent for Murder A Novel.

Swanson, Peter.

Martha Ratliff conceded long ago that she'd likely spend her life alone. But then she met Alan. When he asked her to marry him, she said yes. A year in and the marriage was good, except for that strange blood streak on the back of one of his shirts he'd worn to a conference in Denver. Her curiosity turning to suspicion, Martha investigates the cities Alan visited over the past year and uncovers a disturbing pattern - five unsolved cases of murdered women. What Martha uncovers is more perplexing and wicked than she ever could have expected. Author of "The Kind Worth Saving." Print run 100,000.

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