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September 1, 2016

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

Book Review

Special You

by Catherine Reed-Thureson

"Special You" is about a little elephant named Little Why. As he travels with the other elephants to a watering hole, he meets several interesting animals and wishes that he had long legs, spiky horns, or a snappy snout like they do, but... Read More

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Spectacular Illumination

by Matt Sutherland

The happy-making invention of neon, those gas-filled glass tubes of brilliant color, was patented by Georges Claude in France in 1910, and by 1913 a large Cinzano vermouth sign illuminated the Paris night. A marketer’s dream, it may be... Read More

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The Atlas of Water

by Anna Call

The 3rd edition of this comprehensive atlas provides a thorough snapshot of water usage as it stands today. Environmentalists are in the process of becoming more aware of the economic and social factors involved in water use, from... Read More

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A Most Singular Venture

by Karen Rigby

Winsome protagonists return in this novel that pays tribute to the classic, closed-society English mystery. Donna Fletcher Crow’s affable, problem-solving duo returns in "A Most Singular Venture", the fifth volume in a literary... Read More

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The Essential Edible Pharmacy

by Rachel Jagareski

Controlling her own chronic illness through diet led Australian Sophie Manolas to a career as a clinical nutritionist. Manolas’s zeal for good food and good health drives this book in its exploration of sixty common superfood... Read More

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A Place for Miss Snow

by Paige Van De Winkle

It’s freedom or death—or love or death—for the characters in this engrossing historical romance. Jennifer Moore’s "A Place for Miss Snow" is a sweet and engrossing romance set against the Greek fight for independence. The... Read More

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