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March is Irish-American Heritage month! These deeply moving stories from both sides of the Atlantic explore life’s tragedies and triumphs.

Here are four book recommendations brought to you by your friends at Pima County Public Library.

What the Wind Knows”

  • by Amy Harmon.

We Are Not Ourselves”

  • by Matthew Thomas.

This is Happiness”

  • by Niall Williams.

The World of Tomorrow”

  • by Brendan Mathews.

Like these? Be sure to check out the full list at tucne.ws/1ejk.

Visit library.pima.gov for more great reading suggestions, to view upcoming events, and to check out the E-Library.


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