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Being 2.0

by Laura Leavitt

In its philosophical depth, "Being 2.0" reveals surprising and insightful ways for coping with modern malaise. Nothing less than the cultural evolution of Western civilization is questioned in "Being 2.0" by Razique Mahroua. Mahroua’s... Read More

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Eat Mesquite and More

by Melissa Wuske

Diverse recipes aptly convey both the bounty and the natural Eat Mesquite and More: A Cookbook for Sonoran Desert Foods and Living is an inviting tribute to a region and its naturally delicious cuisine. Recipes fill the bulk of the... Read More

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Pearls on a Branch

by Meg Nola

Pearls on a Branch: Tales from the Arab World Told by Women is a collection of thirty stories curated by Najla Khoury, who spent years compiling, polishing, and editing these primarily oral works. Retold from generation to generation,... Read More

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Onigamiising

by Bradley A. Scott

Grover’s essays provide insight into Ojibwe life, even as it contends with the encroaching tendencies of surrounding cultures. This collection of short essays offers wisdom, humor, and affection from an Ojibwe grandmother who is also a... Read More

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