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In the first volume of his epic memoir cycle, My Struggle, Norwegian author Karl Ove Knausgaard recounts the emotional vicissitudes of his adolescence and young adulthood with a sense of guilelessness and detail unprecedented in literature.
Volume II of Knausgaard's six-volume My Struggle project finds the author newly divorced and caught in the throes of new love. Remarriage and, eventually, fatherhood ensue, and with them come moments of ecstasy.
'Mother' is a word heavy with associations.
The second book in The Empathy Way collection. Jenga the bonobo teaches a poignant lesson about using empathy to connect with others who are "different".
The third book in The Empathy Way collection that helps children develop empathy in order to prevent bullying. Expressive photographs of bonobo apes illustrate how it feels to be bulied, what kids should do, and how adults can intervene effectively.
Persepolis is the story, in graphic novel form, of Marjane Satrapi's coming of age in post-revolution Iran.