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Books for People who Miss Ann Arbor's Art Fair

Ann Arbor's largest outdoor gathering, the Ann Arbor Art Fair, is cancelled for this year. It would have been occurring July 15-18 throughout downtown and the U/M campus. We thought we'd offer you titles to get you through what would be your art-filled week: books about art and color as well as novels surrounding art and artists, models and muses, art heists and mysteries. Get lost in art with this list created by Literati staff Vicki, Jeanne, and Shannon.


4th of July Recs

If your upcoming holiday involves some quiet reading time, don't miss out on some of the below book recommendations! More from Bookseller Vicki:

"Being an avid reader who loves to talk about books, I just have to know what other people are reading. Here's a list of books that everyone is talking about right now on websites, blogposts, instagram, and on reading lists. I can't wait to get my hands on them!"

Stay safe, wear a mask, be good to each other. 

-Team Literati 

Fun in the sun: our summer reads

These books are the perfect companions to hot summer days, afternoons by the lakeshore, or evenings inside savoring the AC. As our bookseller Vicki put it, "All winter I look out the window and ponder over what beach I'm going to set my little chair on when I spend my one-week summer vacation absorbed in a few good books by the sea. I introduce to you some dear old friends, books that went to the beach with me and books that were good company."

Antiracist Book List

“The term 'antiracist' refers to people who are actively seeking not only to raise their consciousness about race and racism, but also to take action when they see racial power inequities in everyday life. Being an antiracist is much different from just being 'nonracist,' as Black antiracist Marlon James made clear.


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