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Reviews of Books with 184 Pages

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Peter Faber

by Jeremiah Rood

The story of how the Jesuits began usually focuses on Ignatius of Loyola and Francis Xavier, but Jon Sweeney’s fascinating biography adds a third name: Peter Faber. Faber was born in 1506 and grew up in a French hamlet as the child of... Read More

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Watermelon Snow

by Rachel Jagareski

Biologist Lynne Quarmby sailed on a two-week Arctic Circle expedition to document global warming, and "Watermelon Snow" juxtaposes descriptions of that voyage with reflections on her career, her climate change activism, politics, and the... Read More

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Sign Here If You Exist

by Rebecca Foster

Naturalist Jill Sisson Quinn’s essay collection "Sign Here If You Exist" concerns connection and change in relation to both the self and the world at large. As an environmental educator in Wisconsin, Quinn taught that everything is... Read More

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