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The Rights of Nature

by Diane Prokop

This compelling, thought-provoking book will be important for all those looking to protect the environment. At first glance, the problems of deforestation, factory farming, coral-reef decimation, and the extinction of animals seem... Read More

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Collect Value Divest

by Diane Prokop

Stewart’s guide to collecting is entertaining and informative, making it ideal for anyone who wants to understand the objects that surround them. In Collect Value Divest: The Savvy Appraiser, Elizabeth Stewart shares some of the... Read More

Book Review

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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The BackYard Orchardist

by Diane Prokop

The science of growing fruit is complex, but Otto takes the mystery out of it. Anyone can throw a few seeds into the ground and end up with a couple of radishes. However, harvesting a passel of pears from a backyard tree is a bit more... Read More

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Lies, First Person

by Diane Prokop

Hareven’s brilliant writing is simply irresistible as she traces two sisters’ emotional journeys through recovering from a childhood trauma. In "Lies, First Person", by Gail Hareven (translated from the Hebrew by Dalya Bilu), sisters... Read More

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