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Way Leads onto Way

by Michele Sharpe

"Way Leads onto Way" is a gentle, spiritual poetry collection that proffers answers to people’s daily challenges. In Estelle M. Deshon’s collection of poems "Way Leads onto Way", formal verse is the vehicle, and faith and gratitude... Read More

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This Dark Star

by Carolina Ciucci

"This Dark Star" is a fascinating introduction to a talented sixteenth-century astronomer and mathematician. Charles L. Ladner’s "This Dark Star" is the enlightening biography of sixteenth-century astronomer Thomas Digges. Ladner notes... Read More

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Dem Haoles

by Eileen Gonzalez

"Dem Haoles" is a social science book about the power of images to create and uphold narratives about Hawaii and its peoples. In his social science book "Dem Haoles", Brian M. Gilpin explores the purposes and implications of media... Read More

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Avoiding Armageddon

by Aimee Jodoin

"Avoiding Armageddon" dramatizes the thrilling, sometimes devastating historical events that were shaped by mid- to late-twentieth century rocket science and nuclear engineering advances. The second book in a scientific series, Walter... Read More

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In Season's Dream

by Mari Carlson

In this original, ambitious, and unexpected poetry collection, the seasons are mined for meaning in verses that impart dreams and share a new perspective on reality. R. Tirrell Leonard Jr.‘s seasonal poetry collection In Season’s... Read More

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Under Vesuvius

by Katerie Prior

"Under Vesuvius" is a creative text that combines travel memories with fun poems and personal reflections. Part travelogue, part personal narrative, and part poetry collection, Richard Haffey’s "Under Vesuvius" follows travels through... Read More

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