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May 2005

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published May 2005.

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Something Special

by Katie Klein

When Little Frog finds a present wrapped up with a big bow just for him, what a surprise it is! His imagination runs wild as he wonders about all the wonderful things “something special” might be. A special something could be... Read More

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Strom

by Karl Helicher

No other politician (except Alabama Governor George Wallace) symbolized resistance to civil rights more than Strom Thurmond. This excellent, sweeping biography is an essential update of the authors’ 1998 account, Ol’ Strom, made... Read More

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Emotional Storm

by E. James Lieberman

The title refers to psychoanalyst Wilfred Bion’s words: “When two personalities meet, an emotional storm is created.” This goes beyond Freud, whose psychology focused on the intrapsychic rather than the interpersonal. The author, a... Read More

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What Goes Up

by E. James Lieberman

It is too late to save her husband, but the author wants others to avoid his fate. Aided in recall by her personal journal, Eron, a psychotherapist, tells a gripping story with honesty, intelligence, and humility. Few people will spend... Read More

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When Baghdad Ruled the Muslim World

by Aimee Sabo

Current bestsellers on Iraqi history reveal a nation steeped in religious frenzy, poverty, and war. The fact that few, if any, Western readers can conceive of a Baghdad beyond the headlines is not the fault of politicians or media,... Read More

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The Resiliency Advantage

This book can help anyone—small business entrepreneurs, single mothers, public sector employees, and more—learn to cope with the challenges in their lives. The author’s premise is that people can learn to be adaptable and actually... Read More

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The End of the Hamptons

by Rob Mitchell

Efforts by the Shinnecock Indians to build a casino in Hampton Bays have provoked cries that it will mean the “end of the Hamptons.” This is not the first time people have lamented that life as they know it on the East End of Long... Read More

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