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May 14, 2013

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published May 14, 2013. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in May 2013.

Book Review

Mole Hills

by Margaret Cullison

A journey toward self-awareness relayed through poetry is accentuated by reflective photos. Poems of personal transformation, complemented by photographs of the natural world, fill "Mole Hills", a small volume of work by Jeanie M.... Read More

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The Enduring Ark

“Great tales must be retold” begins this gentle version of the story of Noah’s Ark. The boat builder and his wife care for all the pairs of animals in their keep while remaining faithful that God will keep his promise of a new and... Read More

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Zen Confidential

by Trina Carter

Memoir of Zen Buddhist debunks myth of the monk as a person who has sacrificed a “juicy” life, with dark humor and an exploration of anger and deviance. This slender collection of essays is a showcase for Haubner’s abilities as a... Read More

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Home Chic

by Karen Rigby

Tasteful spreads, with notes from India Mahdavi, adorn this book of ideas for style on a budget. “Finding the perfect 30-dollar flea-market lamp for your Perriand table … is the decorative equivalent of finding a pair of H&M... Read More

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Bay Bridge

by Kai White

Bay Bridge architect uses his intimate knowledge to detail the technical, political, and geographical hurdles involved in construction of the historic span. Author and illustrator Donald MacDonald evokes all the mythic splendor and... Read More

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Jewelweed

by Shoilee Khan

A novel that revels in the nuances of ordinary lives, crafts beauty from loneliness, and will make readers fall back in love with good writing. The people of Words, Wisconsin, push quietly through their lives. The past is a heavy, wet... Read More

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The Chakras

by Elizabeth Breau

Although the seven chakras are now accepted concepts among yoga practitioners and those who study and engage in meditative or other “alternative” spiritual practices, they were exotic when C. W. Leadbeater set pen to paper in the... Read More

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