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American Wild

by Kristine Morris

“Call me a bigamist, if you like,” writes Michael Engelhard, a wildlife biologist and consummate storyteller whose passion for two vastly different American landscapes, separated by twenty-five hundred miles, has made him kin to... Read More

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Inspired by Paris

by Susan Waggoner

For Francophiles, this book is as irresistible as an open bottle of Dom Pérignon. Jordan Phillips’s "Inspired by Paris" is a fun, frothy, and surprisingly useful grand panorama of Parisians and Parisian life. Using a... Read More

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Nonstop Metropolis

by Melissa Wuske

All will come away from this New York City volume with newfound love for the beguiling, legendary, volatile town. Nonstop Metropolis: A New York City Atlas, edited by Rebecca Solnit and Joshua Jelly-Schapiro, is a multidisciplinary ode... Read More

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British Columbia

by Rebecca Foster

Gorgeous photographs and meticulous watercolor images make this celebration of British Columbia’s diversity stunning in its artistry. The Canadian province of British Columbia has the motto “Splendor without Diminishment.” That... Read More

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Chronicles of Old New York

by Melissa Wuske

This is a travel book for history buffs and those who want to know the story behind the landmark. It’s hard to imagine a more iconic city than New York. Chronicles of Old New York: Exploring Manhattan’s Landmark Neighborhoods, Second... Read More

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Through Early Yellowstone

by Diane Prokop

Stories and graphics combine to make "Through Early Yellowstone" a beautiful, informative, and highly entertaining read. Before the completion of the Northern Pacific Railway line through Montana Territory in 1883, access to Yellowstone... Read More

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