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Rare Birds

by Jeff Fleischer

Lazy summer days are captured in this small-town, gently elegant novel. Kathleen Novak’s second novel, "Rare Birds", is a lovely slice-of-life work that introduces myriad residents of a small town whose stories intersect. The entire... Read More

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No One Eats Alone

by Anna Call

Unlike many easy-fix food books touting local food as the answer, "No One Eats Alone" tackles both food and health from a systemic perspective. Its conclusions are likely to challenge eaters on all sides of the food conversation. While... Read More

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Finding Feminism

by Hannah Hohman

Comprehensive and scholarly, "Finding Feminism" is best for the seasoned millennial feminist or for the new one truly committed to the cause. Alison Dahl Crossley’s Finding Feminism: Millennial Activists and the Unfinished Gender... Read More

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Nature's Allies

by Anna Call

Featuring short but detailed biographies, Nature’s Allies elevates past and present icons of the environmentalist movement. From John Muir to Wangari Muta Maati, this book covers major environmental figures roughly chronologically from... Read More

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Celestial Mechanics

by Kristen Rabe

This is imaginative work about a man’s quest for true connection. A sprawling, fantastical work about a man’s spiritual journey, "Celestial Mechanics" is the first novel by William Least Heat-Moon, who is well-known for his... Read More

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The Mask of Sanity

by Jeff Fleischer

This isn’t a character trying to overcome his demons, but one fully in league with them. In "The Mask of Sanity", Jacob Appel delves into the mind of a murderer as he plots his version of the perfect crime. Upon learning that his wife... Read More

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Wolf Spirit

by Matt Sutherland

In September of 2005, Gudrun Pflüger, an original cast member of the Rainforest Wolf Project, lay flat in the grass of a meadow on an isolated northwest Canadian island. Six adult wolves came out of the forest to sniff, nudge, provoke,... Read More

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The Dead Sea and the Jordan River

by Anna Call

The Dead Sea is a unique subject, located as it is at the intersection of three major religions. Its history is as rich and combustible as might be expected. Students of the Middle East will doubtless find this exhaustive report on the... Read More

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