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November 1, 2016

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

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Hiding Heidi

by Catherine Reed-Thureson

Heidi is very good at hide-and-seek. She and her friends play again and again, and Heidi always wins. They even play at Heidi’s birthday party, but when her friends are unable to find her, they continue the party without her. Soon... Read More

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The Tarot Coloring Book

by Hannah Hohman

You can’t tell fortunes or peek at your future while coloring these pages, but you can follow the “journey” of each card and perhaps stumble upon some hidden wisdom. A great tool for learning the seventy-eight different cards of a... Read More

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Drawing Your Own Path

by Hannah Hohman

Not a coloring book per the norm, this mindful project nurtures creativity through meditation and drawing. The instructions move you through concentration and awareness exercises without the constraints of lines to stay within. Read More

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Stoppers

by Matt Sutherland

The gang’s all here: Anna Wintour and Vogue‘s legendary stable of photographers—Anton Corbijn, Patrick Demarchelier, Steven Klein, Annie Leibowitz, Helmut Newton, Irving Penn, Mario Testino, Tim Walker, and Bruce Weber—in a... Read More

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Blowback ‘07

by Letitia Montgomery-Rodgers

Characters bump up against history and each other’s sharp edges in this thrilling, deftly related novel. Brian Meehl’s Blowback ’07 is a compelling young-adult time-travel adventure that vividly portrays the overlooked history of... Read More

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The New Ecology

by Anna Call

Featuring novel ideas communicated clearly, this book is likely to have broad appeal. Human impact on the environment has become a certainty. However, the idea that humans are a force separate from the environment may be a harmful one.... Read More

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Art and NYC

by Rachel Jagareski

This is a useful and fun guide for travelers and art aficionados who want to experience New York’s legendary art scene. While it is doubtful that any book could ever encompass the sprawling, hydra-headed NYC art world, "Art and NYC" is... Read More

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The Permaculture Promise

by Anna Call

Featuring excellent photography and covering a broad range of subtopics within its genre, this book represents inspirational environmentalism at its best. Permaculture is a practice that emphasizes not just sustainability but actual... Read More

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