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Butts: A Backstory by Heather Radke

Avid Reader Press

Whether we love them or hate them, think they’re sexy, think they’re strange, consider them too big, too small, or anywhere in between, humans have a complicated relationship with butts.

But why? In the new book: Butts: A Backstory, reporter, essayist, and RadioLab contributing editor Heather Radke is determined to find out.

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