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Meet the Manager Harriet Moss
"I have been with Books Inc for approximately 12 years. My book experience began at Barnes & Noble in Los Angeles and Borders in Palo Alto. While I was raised in Palo Alto, I would usually go to Kepler’s with friends but usually checked books out from the Library. My previous work experience has been primarily in Education having been a Director of Student Services (USC MBA program), Assistant Dean (UCLA) as well as Director of Admission at a private girls school in San Francisco. I tend to read History, Current Events (a number of books on North Korea) and Biographies but I do read anything written by Jasmine Guillory (Contemporary Romance)." - Harriet
I will treasure this novel in my heart, and whenever I eat a cherry I will remember its beauty and love of family and the cherishing of memory.
This graphic novel is such a fun, sweet read! It captures the snarky sense of humor of a kid in the 1970s with one foot in American culture and one in Mexican heritage.
This book is addictive and you won't want to put it down. A man wakes up on a space ship lightyears away from earth alone, and with amnesia. As he regains his memories, we learn he is humanity's last hope to save the planet. It's a gripping novel of friendship and survival that I would recommend to anyone.
The women of WW2 get proper recognition in this book by a female military analyst, who deftly deals with how women of color & LGBTQ people fought for proper treatment.
Absolutely fascinatingly read! I came out of this one with a new appreciation for both familiar animals and some I didn't know existed. Nature is amazing!