3 Must Haves for Any and All Librarians

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In-depth and comprehensive, these titles are perfect for the librarian looking to deepen their knowledge of collection development, programming, and customer service

No Craft Left Behind: 12 Craft & DIY Books

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Looking to spend some time out in the sun watching your garden grow? Or curl up in a chair and craft away? No matter what your mood, the creative reader can find what they are looking for right here

Culinary Creation for the Creative Cook

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New spins on classic recipes, re-thinking veggies, and revamping breakfast; this issue is perfect for the cook who is ready to explore and create new and exciting dishes

In the Studio With Bosch

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Fantastical paintings, glorious color, and surreal landscapes; readers and artists interested in learning more about Bosch and his dark portrayal of landscapes will enjoy both books

The Dark Is Rising | Wyatt’s World

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Even as daylight lingers longer each evening, many releases of early spring are plenty dark. Here are five examples, ranging from true crime to debut thrillers to the current “it” book.

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

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

Gardens Big and Small | Wyatt’s World

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Spring is here, and even if the weather across the country doesn’t prove that point, the focus on gardens and flowers in the bevy of new books on the topic announce that it’s time to get working on our outdoor spaces (or tiny indoor gardens). Here are just a few from the fresh crop of which to choose.

European History, March 2017 | Best Sellers

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