"This is Sarah," I told Maggie. "She just graduated from college and is living her dream of working in a bookstore!" This is also Maggie's dream, so it was a wonderful day. Sarah also immediately directed Maggie to the Women's Studies section, where she found:
On her own, browsing, she found:
The day before, she'd found Villette, by Charlotte Bronte, at About Books, the used bookstore in a neighboring town. And waiting at home is Reading Lolita in Tehran: A Memoir in Books, by Azar Nafisi, which really is about women's experience in Iran.
So now Maggie has plenty of women's and men's experiences at hand in memoir, fiction, and poetry, and also knows how to describe a used book and how things are organized (or not) in a used bookstore. Plus, we had butterscotch cookies with white chocolate chunks! A good day all around.