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Kramers Book Club Picks - July

I don't know if this should be considered a hobby or a disorder, but going for a walk is my idea of a marvelous time.” —Shahnaz Habib, Airplane Mode: An Irreverent History of Travel

Fiction Choice: 

Love Letters to a Serial Killer by Tasha Coryell: Hannah, tired of being left behind by lovers and friends alike, starts writing letters to accused serial killer William as a form of coping and venting out all of her emotions. Then William writes back, and what follows is a story of obsession full of twists and turns you won't expect coming!

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Nonfiction Choice:

Airplane Mode: An Irreverent History of Travel by Shahnaz Habib: As a Third World-raised woman of color, Shahnaz Habib asks what does traveling mean in a world of colonialism, capitalism, and climate change? Shahnaz Habib, in her insightful debut, offers a perspective not talked about often enough: how travel is a Euro-American ideology stemming from wealth, race, and power.

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Children's/YA Choice:

Howl's Moving Castle by Diana Wynne Jones: We all know and love Hayoa Miyazaki's beautiful and awe-inspiring film, but have you read the novel it was based on? Read about Sophie's incredible story with more background into her life before Howl sweeps her off her feet--and continue the series in two other books!

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