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April 1, 2016

Here are all of the books we've reviewed that were published April 1, 2016. You can also view all of the books we've reviewed that were published anytime in April 2016.

Book Review

Birds in Trouble

by Rebecca Foster

For a keen birdwatcher like Lynn E. Barber, birds are a way into learning about current conservation challenges. Her "Birds in Trouble" profiles many of America’s endangered birds and gives concrete advice on how to help both... Read More

Book Review

The Once and Future Ocean

by Rebecca Foster

Peter Neill is a novelist, a maritime nonfiction writer, and the founder/director of the World Ocean Observatory, and he has seen local ocean problems firsthand. His goal with "The Once and Future Ocean", though, is to get the word out... Read More

Book Review

Hex

by Claire Foster

"Hex" is playful and self-reflective, mixing contemporary culture with folklore. “Once there were two girls and one of them was me,” writes Sarah Blackman in her debut novel, "Hex". By turns fabulous and factual, "Hex" spirals... Read More

Book Review

The Power of Pulses

by Rachel Jagareski

As much a garden book as it is a book to cook from, "The Power of Pulses" is a lively collaboration between seedsman Dan Jason and foodie siblings Hilary Malone and Alison Malone Eathorne. Published in celebration of the United... Read More

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Eyeing the Red Storm

by Scott Neuffer

Historian Robert M. Dienesch’s latest work is an intriguing and incisive study of the transformational period in American history when the federal government retooled defense spending and foreign policy toward communist containment and... Read More

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