The illustrated cover of "I Love My Body Because" shows children of different races and abilities playing together.

Shelly Anand ’08 and Nomi Ellenson—I Love My Body Because, Simon & Schuster Books for Young Readers

E.B. Bartels ’10Good Grief: On Loving Pets, Here and Hereafter, Mariner

Ruth Tanner Carleton ’51Adventures of Penny and Molly, Independently published

Jeannette Grunhaus de Gelman ’67On Sunny Days We Sang: A Holocaust Story of Survival and Resilience, Amsterdam Publishers

Janet Edmonds ’81Small Craft, Sea Crow Press

Melissa Ford ’09A Brick and a Bible: Black Women’s Radical Activism in the Midwest during the Great Depression, Southern Illinois University Press

Jamie Kiffel-Alcheh ’98Ask Again! The Case of the Pot Roast, Green Bean Books

Nancy Lensen-Tomasson ’53Women of the Ivory Coast and Mali: Photographs of a Heritage, Independently published

Julie Catterson Lindahl ’88The Pendulum: A Granddaughter’s Search for Her Family’s Forbidden Nazi Past, paperback edition, Rowman & Littlefield

Mary Burnham MacCracken ’45The Memory of All That: A Love Story About Alzheimer’s, She Writes Press

Kelli Moore ’98Legal Spectatorship: Slavery and the Visual Culture of Domestic Violence, Duke University Press

Sandra Peddie ’76Sonny: The Last of the Old-Time Mafia Bosses, John “Sonny” Franzese, Citadel Press

Robin Runge ’91, Chidi King, and Jane Pillinger—Stopping Gender Based Violence and Harassment at Work: The Campaign for an ILO Convention, Agenda Publishing

Barbara Furne Simmons ’69Offertories: Exclamations and Disequilibriums, Friesen Press

Angie Hockman (Angela Phillips Thomas ’05)—Dream On, Gallery Books

Penelope Pelham West ’71London Letters Home (1861–1865) of an American Apprentice Preparing for the Far East Tea Trade, Gus Farley Jr. (1844–1899), Proverse Prize Publications

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