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The Wonder of Water

by Rachel Jagareski

The thought-provoking and scholarly chapters of "The Wonder of Water" reframe how we think about water. This interdisciplinary collection examines the developing field of water ethics, with ideas about realigning human relationships with... Read More

Book Review

Lost Feast

by Rachel Jagareski

Ironically, just as many of us have become passionate foodies who enjoy global edibles and markets that groan with produce, much of this Rabelaisian banquet has become endangered. In the edifying and entertaining "Lost Feast", Lenore... Read More

Book Review

Playing Nature

by Rachel Jagareski

Video gamers as environmental activists? Alenda Y. Chang doesn’t think it’s as counterintuitive as it sounds. In her trenchant and wide-ranging "Playing Nature", she analyzes the potential of gaming’s huge audience to become nimble... Read More

Book Review

The Little Palace

by Rachel Jagareski

Narcisse is the virtuoso black cat chef at Le Minipalais and the central figure in Jeffrey Erlacher’s delightful middle grade novel, "The Little Palace". Animals and humans work together at the Paris restaurant, an oasis of food, art,... Read More

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