Anne Lamott’s “Small Victories” is a selection of “honest and witty essays on the hidden blessings in life.” This “accidentally devout believer,” shows how we can find “improbable moments of grace” even in the midst of trails and hardships. “41” by George W. Bush is an appreciation of his father, President George H.W. Bush, both as a statesman and as a family man. “At its best, the book has the qualities of the younger Mr. paintings: It’s folksy, and surprisingly affecting” “Watch Me” by Anjelica Huston continues the story of her life begun in last year’s “A Story Lately Told.” This volume covers her breakout as an actress and her long-term relationship with Jack Nicholson. And, “Top dog” by Maria Goodavage tells the story of decorated service dog Lucca.
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