Nonfiction: Frank Little & Labor, Forces of Nature, Gershom Scholem, Native American Women | Xpress Reviews

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Appealing for those interested in the history of the American West and labor history; a must-read for anyone delving into the history of science; for specialized readers drawn to Jewish mysticism and Jewish messianism; for readers interested in the history of western Washington

Mathematics, April 2017 | Best Sellers

July 2016 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

Fiction from Kilpack and Debuter Mehta | Xpress Reviews

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Kilpack’s characters solidly acknowledge the power of faith and redemption yet are able to follow their own moral compass—another gentle winner; Mehta’s time-hopping narrative ultimately proves distracting and disappointing both

E-Originals from Flynn, Russell, and Uhl | Xpress Reviews

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This fetching debut from Flynn (pseudonym for actress/author Meg Tilly) sets up a satisfying romance in a cozy, small-town setting; readers who enjoy love-hate relationships may take to Beholden; a sweet and cozy romance with genuine feelings and experiences to be worked through and overcome

LJ Reference Reviews: April 15, 2017

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A much-needed 50 Events That Shaped American Indian History; a succinct, timely overview of the complex U.S. judicial system; a mix-and-match group of e-resources about geography, rock and roll, comics history, engineering failures, and scientific successes

LJ Media Reviews: April 15, 2017

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Doctorow was a master of the short form, check out his Collected Stories; in the current climate of threatening immigration bans and civil rights violations, Muslim Girl is essential; a poignant yet positive film recommended for viewers interested in Los Angeles and criminal justice; Sherlock and Cumberbatch; it’s elementary

LJ Nonfiction Reviews: April 15, 2017

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Otis Redding finally gets the “Respect” he deserves; Alexie’s portrayals of family relationships, identity, and grief have the universality of great literature; this scrumptious entrée into six-legged cuisine is for all general science readers

LJ Fiction Reviews: April 15, 2017

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A highly recommended work for those who can accept a number of coexisting realities; Cole’s new series launch sees courageous, passionate protagonists fight for justice, freedom, and the right to love; McGuire’s smartly written, fairy-tale novella is everything speculative fiction readers look for

Nonfiction on Soldiering, Prince, the Cubs, Franciscan Missions, Happy Traveling | Xpress Reviews

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A rather cerebral analysis of war; an excellent addition to the Prince compendium; fans will likely be disappointed, no matter how much they love their Cubbies; might be of interest to those who like reading about the American Southwest; psychobabble for the insecure

Graphic Novels from Alekseyeva, Elliot, and Uslan & Timpano | Xpress Reviews

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This authentically rendered story of strong, independent women will appeal to both adults and teens; a wonderful exploration of the myriad conditions that stem from mental illness; this volume is unable to rekindle whatever magic the original radio shows had