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EP 37: That Mustache is Legendary

In this episode, Tori and Nicole begin by nerding out over stationery and planners as they think towards the upcoming new year. Nicole previews some new nonfiction titles that will arrive at the library soon, and Tori highlights a summer read and a new children's graphic novel. The ladies talk about some mobile games that have caught their attention as they wrap up the episode.


The resources discussed in this episode are listed below:

Is Atheism Dead? by Eric Metaxas;

You Were Made for This Moment: Courage for Today and Hope for Tomorrow by Max Lucado;

Will by Will Smith;

The Menopause Myth: What Your Mother, Doctor, and Friends Haven't Shared about Life After 35 by Arianna Sholes-Douglas;

Twice A Daughter: A Search for Identity, Family, and Belonging by Julie Ryan McGue;

Going There by Katie Couric;

The Reckoning: Our Nation's Trauma and Finding A Way to Heal by Mary L. Trump;

Holy Hot Mess: Finding God in the Details of this Weird and Wonderful Life by Mary Katherine Backstrom;

What Unites Us: Reflections on Patriotism by Dan Rather;

What Unites Us: The Graphic Novel by Dan Rather, illustrated by Elliot Kirschner and Tim Foley;

The Magic Schoolbus Explores Human Evolution by Joanna Cole, illustrated by Bruce Degen;

The Jesus I Know: Honest Conversations and Diverse Opinions about Who He Is by Kathie Lee Gifford;

Lost Cities, Ancient Tombs: 100 Discoveries That Changed the World by Ann R. Williams;

Sapiens: A Graphic History, Volume 1 – The Birth of Humankind by David Vandermeulen, Daniel Casanave, and Yuval Noah Harari;

Sapiens: A Graphic History, Volume 2 – The Pillars of Civilization by David Vandermeulen, Daniel Casanave, and Yuval Noah Harari;

Peril by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa;

Cracking the Menopause: While Keeping Yourself Together by Mariella Frostrup and Alice Smellie;

Black Heroes of the Wild West by James Otis Smith;

Foul Play by Janet Evanovich;

The Good Earth by Pearl S. Buck;

The Good Earth graphic adaptation by Pearl S. Buck, illustrated by Nick Bertozzi;

Apologies to Pearl S. Buck by Celeste Ng;

Of Mice and Men by John Steinbeck;

Art Puzzle mobile app;

Cooking Fever mobile app

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