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March 1, 2014

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published March 1, 2014. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in March 2014.

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The Jungle Book

by Aimee Jodoin

Join Shere Khan the tiger, Baloo the bear, and Akela the wolf in this literature and animal primer that uses Rudyard Kipling’s "The Jungle Book" as a foundation for encouraging a love of books from an early age. The bold and playful... Read More

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Everyone Prays

by Aimee Jodoin

Celebrating the act of prayer through multicolored panels depicting people from a wide array of religions, this vivid book is a primer for diversity and tolerance. Hinduism, Judaism, Christianity, Islam, and Buddhism, among others, are... Read More

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I Am Your Mirror

by Lisa Bower

Science, psychology, and sociology merge to explain the theory of the biology of empathy. Who hasn’t watched someone laugh and felt the need to laugh? In fact, humans often mirror one another’s emotions, and Matteo Rizzato and Davide... Read More

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Life Interrupted

by Karunesh Tuli

Moving portraits of human trafficking and hard labor amongst immigrants in the US absorb and inspire. In recent years, numerous books have appeared on the subject of human trafficking, many of which highlight the sex industry. In "Life... Read More

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The Extreme Life of the Sea

by Geraldine Richards

Life in the ocean becomes a drama with a cast of dynamic characters in this unique approach to biological diversity. Discover the wonder and diversity of life in the ocean—no degree in marine biology required. Stephen and Anthony... Read More

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Just Three Minutes, Please

by Peter Dabbene

A collection of political essays reflects on the personal experience and opinion of proven polymath Michael Blumenthal. "Just Three Minutes, Please" brings to print some of Michael Blumenthal’s radio essays, originally prepared for... Read More

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Twilight of the Belle Epoque

by Lee Polevoi

Fascinating trivia about artists in turn-of-the-century Paris adds layers of insight to a time of growth and experimentation. The famed Belle Époque was a period of artistic and cultural flowering in Paris that began in 1900 and ended... Read More

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by Melissa Wuske

Adams’s thoroughness and energy make this book appealing to both movie lovers and those fascinated by the inner workings of filmmaking. "1939", by Charles F. Adams, gives a behind-the-scenes look at the making of six films that have... Read More

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