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A Grand Tour of Great Universities

by Matt Sutherland

How does somewhere become a place? What is the transformation that causes us to feel deeply attached to a location that meant little to us earlier? Take your college town as an example. How did that handful of years in Madison or Durham or... Read More

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Good Communication Skills Beat Pills

by Carrie Wallace

Optimal health hinges on understanding and responding to our needs, motivations, and pain signals, as well as on our abilities to foster nurturing personal relationships through mindful connections. We are more likely to stay healthy when... Read More

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Adventure around the World

by Heather Shaw

Some folks like to dream over cozy garden catalogs, others prefer to picture themselves in the great unknown. This year’s pick of travel books sweeps the compass from carnivals to culture, islands to ice cream. From a trip with the boys... Read More

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Ten Can't Miss Gift Books

When only a book will do for the one and only in your life, choose one, three, or all of these, and make it a holiday they will always remember. Firefly Janette Jenkins Europa Editions Softcover $15.00 (156pp) 978-1-60945-140-0 From his... Read More

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Get out the Map

by Sheila Trask

Where to? Every good story starts with this question in one form or another. The destinations could span the globe or be as close as the contours of the mind. Stories are journeys, and these new thrillers take to the trails: from the... Read More

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Lonely Planet's Beautiful World

by Matt Sutherland

Nature photography at its highest level serves to both overwhelm our senses and deepen our relationship with this planet, our home. To describe this book as anything less than the end-all coffee-table book would be an injustice. Read More

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The Secret Museum

by Matt Sutherland

The world’s greatest museums necessarily hide thousands of objects that are too rare, too valuable, or too fragile to exhibit. This delightfully informative art book guides us to forgotten treasures around the world. Read More

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