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June 2002

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published June 2002.

Book Review

Jumping Lightyears

by Laura Munion

“Well, utopian dreaming is my greatest pleasure,” Dr. H reveals in "Jumping Lightyears". His book is a testament to that statement, providing a blueprint for completely reorganizing our government and society. In the first ninety... Read More

Book Review

Qu'Appelle

by Linda Salisbury

As haunting as a campfire ghost story, the legend of two Cree Indians is told in poetry evocative of oral tradition. Readers (or listeners) are cautioned that if they are out on the prairie as the sun is falling, and they hear a voice... Read More

Book Review

Survive

by Aimé Merizon

The Listen & Live Adrenaline series, by definition, haunts the listener. In this cassette audiobook, extreme survival stories cause lasting images of desperation, narrow escapes, cold, pain, fear, starvation, and yes, cannibalism.... Read More

Book Review

The Once and Future Union

“If the union workers were not battling a tire or rubber company at the bargaining table or on the picket lines, they were fighting with each other,” writes the author in this sixty-year history of the Akron, Ohio-based United Rubber... Read More

Book Review

This Is How I Speak

“I know all about fear,” says the author. “I’m afraid of failure, growing old, gaining weight, the whole concept of motherhood, and insurance salesmen. But most of all, I’m terrified of complacency, the fear that I might settle... Read More

Book Review

Yoga Secrets for Business Success

Most people probably wouldn’t associate yoga with business, but the author hopes to change that. In this book, he explains how established Kundalini yoga techniques can be used to combat stress in the workplace and in personal life.... Read More

Book Review

Lewis and Clark Among the Grizzlies

by Rebecca Maksel

Lewis and Clark were not the first European Americans to see grizzly bears, but, argues the author, “for the practical purposes of how we perceive the bear today they might well have been.” Using various journals and diaries from the... Read More

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