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October 1, 2016

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

Book Review

Dance With Me

by Pallas Gates McCorquodale

A music-box ballerina jumps and twirls with enthusiasm, in Penny Harrison’s Dance with Me. Creative and fluid, dreamlike illustrations from Gwynneth Jones help turn a little girl’s room into a field of flowers, a sandy seaside, and a... Read More

Book Review

Paths of Fear

by Amanda Adams

An engaging look at fear and the ways that people can survive it, this essay collection offers a bit of love in increasingly dark times. A multifaceted collection, Paths of Fear: An Anthology of Overcoming Through Courage, Inspiration,... Read More

Book Review

Puglia in cucina

by Rachel Jagareski

The heel of Italy’s stilettoed boot, Apulia is a peninsular region with ancient roots that plunge deep into both land and sea. "Puglia in cucina" is a heavily visual survey of traditional Apulian cuisine, which features an abundance of... Read More

Book Review

Written in the Dark

by Matt Sutherland

The depraved nature of the two-and-a-half-year siege of a cultured European metropolis further confirms the Nazis’ unmatched penchant for evil. One million citizens died of starvation, bitter cold, relentless shelling. During the war,... Read More

Book Review

Oaxaca Stories in Cloth

by Sarah E. White

One of the important things about craft is the ability to preserve and document traditional methods and pass on cultural information to the next generation. "Oaxaca Stories in Cloth" captures the rapidly disappearing stories and... Read More

Book Review

Blueprint for America

by Scott Neuffer

Edited by former US secretary of state George Shultz, "Blueprint for America" showcases center-right policy ideas from economists like John Cochrane and Michael Boskin, and foreign-policy bigwigs like Gen. James Mattis and Kori Schake.... Read More

Book Review

Playing Through

by Rich Rezler

Veteran sports journalist Jim Moriarty has a talent for getting at the heart of golf. For more than three decades, Jim Moriarty has followed the world’s best golfers around the globe and personally observed—and reported on—some of... Read More

Book Review

Through a Green Lens

by Scott Neuffer

Renowned naturalist and lepidopterist Robert Michael Pyle showcases five decades of personal essays that together untangle and illumine the mysteries of nature and being. "Through a Green Lens" offers hauntingly beautiful macro and micro... Read More

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