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How to make white people laugh, by Negin Farsad.

The landscape of Ernest Lamarque : surveyor, artist and Renaissance man, 1879-1970, by Jay Sherwood.

The sick rose : disease and the art of medical illustration, by Richard Barnett.

Delhi : communities of belonging, by Sunil Gupta and Charan Singh.

More Indian Ernie : insights from the streets, by Ernie Louttit.

Paris undressed : the secrets of French lingerie, by Kathryn Kemp-Griffin.

The many deaths of Tom Thomson : separating fact from fiction, by Gregory Klages.

The Duke of Wellington kidnapped! : the incredible true story of the art heist that shocked a nation, by Alan Hirsch.

Shame, by Lovern Kindzierski and John Bolton.

Failed it! : how to turn stupid mistakes into brilliant ideas and other advice from a successful screw up, by Erik Kessels.

The wasp that brainwashed the caterpillar : evolution's most unbelievable solutions to life's biggest problems, by Matt Simon.

This is a book about the Kids in the Hall, by John Semley.

Dispatches from continent seven : an anthology of Antarctic science, edited by Rebecca Priestley.

Accepted : how the first gay superstar changed WWE, by Pat Patterson.

Women who read are dangerous, by Stefan Bollman.

The stormwater drains in Canberra, by Paul Johan Karlsen.

Aquafaba : sweet and savory vegan recipes made egg-free with the magic of bean water, by Zsu Dever.

The fall of the house of Wilde : Oscar Wilde and his family, by Emer O'Sullivan.

Queer : a graphic history, by Meg-John Barker and Julia Scheele.

Grand complications : 50 guitars + 50 stories from inlay artist William "Grit" Laskin, by Grit Laskin.

This way lies madness : the asylum and beyond, by Mike Jay.

Fire walkers, by Bethlehem Terrefe Gebreyohannes.

Dr. Oronhyatekha : security, justice, and equality, by Keith Jamieson and Michelle A. Hamilton.

On Christopher Street : transgender stories, by Mark Seliger.

An American princess : the remarkable life of Marguerite Chapin Caetani, by Laurie Dennett.

Never look an American in the eye : a memoir of flying turtles, colonial ghosts, and the making of a Nigerian American, by Okey Ndibe.

Becoming unbecoming, by Una.
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