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Elizabeth Hayes Alvarez ’95The Valiant Woman: The Virgin Mary in Nineteenth-Century American Culture, UNC Press

Priscilla Costello ’67Shakespeare and the Stars: The Hidden Astrological Keys to Understanding the World’s Greatest Playwright, Ibis Press

Diana Dube ’03Mindful Coloring: Calming the Mind Through Art, Norton

Helen Currie Foster ’67Ghost Letter, Amazon CreateSpace

Erin Goodman ’02 and Merilee Serrill Grindle ’67, Editors—Reflections on Memory and Democracy, Harvard University Press

Kathleen Taylor Isaacs ’62Excellent Books for Early and Eager Readers, American Library Association

Jen Krug Laffler ’96J is for Jitterbug: A Fanciful Animal Alphabet, JALG, Ink

Nana Lampton ’64Wash the Dust from My Eyes: A Year in the Life of John Mason, Accents Publishing

Mary Rosenthal Lefkowitz ’57Euripides and the Gods, Oxford University Press

Diane Nelson ’85Who Counts? The Mathematics of Death and Life after Genocide, Duke University Press

Elizabeth Wachman Percer ’96All Stories Are Love Stories, HarperCollins

Dana Robbins ’78The Left Side of My Life, Moon Pie Press

Tiffany Tsao ’04The Oddfits, AmazonCrossing

Corinne Gordon Whitaker ’56The Quasi’s, Amazon CreateSpace

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