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June 15, 2011

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published June 15, 2011. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in June 2011.

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Sister Species

by Janelle Adsit

On the list of “isms”—ageism, heterosexism, classism, racism—speciesism is most likely to fall at the bottom. Sister Species, a collection of essays by feminist animal activists, could change that. In this book, feminism and... Read More

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Someplace Like America

by Kai White

Thirty million people hungry, one in five children experiencing daily hunger, and ninety million living below the poverty line. Thousands living in fringe tent cities in a “Tarp Nation.” “This is not Mumbai, India,” according to... Read More

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Upheaval in Charleston

by Karl Helicher

On August 31, 1886, the largest earthquake ever centered in the eastern United States, destroyed much of Charleston, South Carolina. Tremors were felt as far north as Maine and west of the Mississippi River; it was stronger than the 2010... Read More

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Eat Naked

by Dana Rae Laverty

Margaret Floyd’s new Eat Naked: Unprocessed, Unpolluted and Undressed Eating for a Healthier, Sexier You will, at the very least, make you rethink your relationship with food even if you’re already eating a somewhat healthy diet.... Read More

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Pinhole Cameras

by Joseph Thompson

Pinhole cameras typically evoke an idyllic childhood pastime: matchboxes, a needle, sunny days, and curiosity. The tools of this memory have not changed, though the remembering mind has likely matured. In contrast to the hectic demands... Read More

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Wine Wars

by Elizabeth Millard

Globalization and international trade have never been so prevalent, and those conditions have led to unprecedented access to wine. Even small producers can tap into the larger market, enabling them to ship bottles worldwide. But with... Read More

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