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In Search of Israel - The History of an Idea by Brenner, Michael In Search of Israel - The History of an Idea

Jan 18, 2018
In Patagonia by Chatwin, Bruce, 1940-1989. In Patagonia

Jan 19, 2018
In America - tales from Trump country by Perry, Caitríona, author. In America - tales from Trump country

Washington Correspondent Caitri´ona Perry has earned a reputation as a reliable source of truth. She goes beyond the news reports and delves into the American heartland where she witnessed the rise of Trump first hand. Bringing to the table the voices of those who voted for Trump, Hillary Clinton's so-called 'basket of deplorables', the ones whose opinions didn't coalesce with acceptable mainstream discourse, Perry reveals just what is really happening in America right now. You know why people d

Jan 15, 2018
I, mammal - the story of what makes us mammals by Drew, Liam, author. I, mammal - the story of what makes us mammals

Examines the biology, evolution, and traits of humans, exploring the anatomical and physiological attributes that makes mankind mammals and that ultimately separate people from other members of the same scientific class designation.

Jan 17, 2018
I've decided to live 120 years - the ancient secret to longevity, vitality, and life transformation by Lee, Ilchi, author. I've decided to live 120 years - the ancient secret to longevity, vitality, and life transformation

"For most of our lives, we work hard, reaching for success, until we are faced with retirement. If you retire at age 65, you may think you have about 20 more years to relax and enjoy your life. But what if you had more time? What if you had another 40 or 50 years to live? Would it make a difference in how you lived? Ilchi Lee stresses that you can extend your life way beyond what most of us have accepted as our biological age limit, even up to 120 years. But the real question is, can we have not

Jan 17, 2018
I Will Not Fear - My Story of a Lifetime of Building Faith Under Fire by Beals, Melba Pattillo/ Jampolsky, Gerald, M.D. (FRW)/ Cirincione-Jampolsky, Diane, Ph.D. (FRW) I Will Not Fear - My Story of a Lifetime of Building Faith Under Fire

Jan 18, 2018
How to roast everything - a game-changing guide to building flavor in meat, vegetables, and more by America's Test Kitchen (COR)/ Jones, Eric (ILT) How to roast everything - a game-changing guide to building flavor in meat, vegetables, and more

Jan 18, 2018
How to Break Up With Your Phone - The 30-day Plan to Take Back Your Life by Price, Catherine How to Break Up With Your Phone - The 30-day Plan to Take Back Your Life

Jan 18, 2018
How to be single and happy - science-based strategies for keeping your sanity while looking for a soul mate by Taitz, Jennifer L., author. How to be single and happy - science-based strategies for keeping your sanity while looking for a soul mate

Jan 18, 2018
How democracies die by Levitsky, Steven, author. How democracies die

"Donald Trump's presidency has raised a question that many of us never thought we'd be asking: Is our democracy in danger? Harvard professors Steven Levitsky and Daniel Ziblatt have spent more than twenty years studying the breakdown of democracies in Europe and Latin America, and they believe the answer is yes. Democracy no longer ends with a bang--in a revolution or military coup--but with a whimper: the slow, steady weakening of critical institutions, such as the judiciary and the press, and

Jan 15, 2018
Honest to goodness by Tizzard, Christine, 1976- author. Honest to goodness

Chef and TV host Christine Tizzard knows that for all the things you can't control in this world, what you put on the table is entirely up to you. In Honest to Goodness she showcases years of experience preparing food in front of and behind a camera, sharing more than 150 nutritious, stress-free and flavorful recipes that will have your family savoring every bite. It can be hard to keep up with food trends, and Honest to Goodness surveys the endless fads and fixations to discover what's best for

Jan 15, 2018
Home - the best of the New York times home section - the way we live now by Home - the best of the New York times home section - the way we live now

"With striking photographs and compelling stories from its vast home-design archive, the editors of the New York times's beloved home section offer a look at how contemporary homeowners make the most of their living spaces--whether small or stately, rural or urban, historic or cutting-edge--and do it with style. Reflecting the latest and most inventive ideas in home design, the projects express the optimism, resourcefulness, and experimentation of today's architects, designers, and homeowners."-

Jan 15, 2018
Here is real magic by Staniforth, Nate, author. Here is real magic

"An extraordinary memoir about finding wonder in everyday life. Nate Staniforth has spent most of his life and all of his professional career trying to understand wonder--what it is, where to find it, and how to share it with others. He became a magician because he learned at a young age that magic tricks don't have to be frivolous. Magic doesn't have to be about sequins and smoke machines--rather, it can create a moment of genuine astonishment. But after years on the road as a professional ma

Jan 15, 2018
Her body, our laws - on the front lines of the abortion war, from El Salvador to Oklahoma by Oberman, Michelle, author. Her body, our laws - on the front lines of the abortion war, from El Salvador to Oklahoma

"With stories from the front lines, a legal scholar journeys through distinct legal climates to understand precisely why and how the war over abortion is being fought. Drawing on her years of research in El Salvador--the only country to ban abortion without exception--legal scholar Michelle Oberman explores what happens when a country makes ending a pregnancy a crime. She reveals the practical experiences of criminalizing abortion, such as selective enforcement, mistaken diagnoses, wrongful con

Jan 15, 2018
Hardwood glory- a life of John Wooden by Morrow, Barbara Olenyik Hardwood glory- a life of John Wooden

Jan 18, 2018
Happiness is a choice you make - lessons from a year among the oldest old by Leland, John, 1959- author. Happiness is a choice you make - lessons from a year among the oldest old

A "look at what it means to grow old and a ... guide to well-being, [this book] weaves together the stories and wisdom of six New Yorkers who number among the 'oldest old'--those eighty-five and up"--Dust jacket flap.

Jan 19, 2018
Grace for amateurs - field notes on a journey back to faith by Burana, Lily, author. Grace for amateurs - field notes on a journey back to faith

Jan 18, 2018
Gorsuch - the judge who speaks for himself by Greenya, John, author. Gorsuch - the judge who speaks for himself

"Gorsuch: The Judge Who Speaks for Himself is the comprehensive biography of Neil Gorsuch, President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee and, at 49, the youngest judge in 25 years to be nominated to the Supreme Court"--

Jan 17, 2018
Generation Robot - A Century of Science Fiction, Fact, and Speculation by Favro, Terri Generation Robot - A Century of Science Fiction, Fact, and Speculation

Jan 18, 2018
Garden of the lost and abandoned - the extraordinary story of one ordinary woman and the children she saves by Yu, Jessica, author. Garden of the lost and abandoned - the extraordinary story of one ordinary woman and the children she saves

"At least 5,000 children live on the streets of Uganda's capital city of Kampala. Some forget the names of their villages. The youngest may not know the names of their parents. But Gladys Kalibbala--part journalist, part detective, part Good Samaritan--does not hesitate to dive into difficult or even dangerous situations to aid a child. Author of a newspaper column called 'Lost and Abandoned,' she is a resource that police and others turn to when they stumble across a stranded kid with a hidden

Jan 15, 2018

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