Book Fix: Fresh Starts

Check out these reads about starting something new or starting over.

Shannon Eddings recommends reads about amnesia. It’s certainly a fresh start when you don’t remember who you are.

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Lissa Staley recommends books about new kids at school. Being the new kid on the block can be tough, but stories about fresh starts at school make for great reading.

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Miranda Ericsson highlights post-apocalyptic stories that explore the possibilities for humanity after the fall of civilization.

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Chris Blocker navigates the world of tarts from recipes to bad puns. These books are a great (s)tart that may lead to answer to all his tart questions.

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Shelby Schellenger thinks of a fresh start literally and a bit comically with books about reincarnation.

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Luanne Webb proposes books that focus on inclusion and acceptance.

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Andrea Bair steers you toward young adult books about new starts, new lives, new perspectives, new insights, new friends and a new you.

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Dianne Elrichs recommends new authors that she loves.

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Brea Black encourages you to try a new art or craft technique and experiment with new materials.

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Ginger Park

As the library’s communications editor Ginger helps spread the word about all the amazing library resources, services and staff. Ginger has a bachelor's and master’s in communication from Washburn and K-State. She is a Big Sister with Big Brothers Big Sisters and a volunteer at Helping Hands Humane Society. She loves reading fiction and always has a stack of books waiting to be read. Ginger lives in Topeka with her husband and three dogs.