The General’s Women imagines the most of a wartime relationship around which speculation swirled; the effects are irresistible. Susan Wittig Albert’s The General’s Women is an engrossing and humanizing account of a love that... Read More
February 2, 2017
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This is an accomplished kid’s-eye-level look at Germany, including its food, recreation, education, and family life. Despite being one of the major powers in Europe, Germany is largely unknown to many American children—a situation... Read More
Featuring short but detailed biographies, Nature’s Allies elevates past and present icons of the environmentalist movement. From John Muir to Wangari Muta Maati, this book covers major environmental figures roughly chronologically from... Read More
Love conquers obstacles in this delicate romance. An unlikely romance blooms between a trendy music journalist and a solitary ranger in Pene Henson’s "Storm Season". Their relationship highlights the transformative power of love,... Read More
Mary Higgins Clark meets London in the first novel from Nancy Boyarsky, a fast-paced mystery in which a hopeful wife travels abroad to rekindle her relationship and finds, instead, that she’s stumbled into the tensions of an... Read More