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Before Erin was born, her mother worried that she’d be the only Kodicek to take pleasure in reading anything more substantial than a take-out menu. Erin has been happily hawking books for 20+ years. She enjoys literary fiction, narrative-driven nonfiction, and a well-written menu.
A raucous memoir from the frontman of indie rock band the Airborne Toxic Event, a heartwarming tale of villagers who join forces to save the house that Jane Austen once lived in, and the latest courtroom drama from bestselling author Scott Turow.
A poignant novel in the vein of
The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Nighttime; Emma Straub offers a compassionate portrait of a messy family; Bill Buford continues his culinary education in France, and more.
We may not be able to control what happens in life, but we do have control over our reaction to it. Here, author and
cognitive-behavioral psychotherapist Donald Robertson shares six examples of Stoicism to help us cope with these uncertain times.