A Time For Change: The History of Women’s Right to Vote

Through these two books, readers will explore the people and events that made a woman’s right to vote possible. Those who especially enjoy history and are interested in learning more about women’s suffrage will find both books captivating

Traveling Back in Time: Discovering the Woolly Mammoth

Two books in which readers can learn how the discovery of the woolly mammoth—among other archeological discoveries—were documented or lost, and gain information on how the woolly mammoths lived their lives; readers who are interested in popular science will find either book interesting

Whats Up Doc?

Intriguing stories of one man’s life as an anesthesiologist and fascinating historical information on Parkinson’s disease and the man behind it all; readers who are in the medical field, along with casual readers, will find either book a worthwhile read

Counting Sheep

These titles are full of relaxation exercises, bedtime behaviors, and benefits of a good night’s sleep. Readers who suffer from insomnia or sleep loss and are interested in learning more about why it happens and what can be done to help will find both books a fascinating read

Nonfiction on Alcoholism, a Daughter’s Memories, a Woman Who Codes | Xpress Reviews

Relevant facts about important players associated with the history of alcoholism and how it has been treated in the United States; an affecting memorialization of a good man in dire straits; recommended for anyone intrigued by technology and its implications

Best Sellers: Books Most Borrowed, June 2017

Baldacci is now a-Fix-ed at No. 1; if you’re not into Hillbilly, try Option B

Summer Travel: The Global Cooking Edition | Wyatt’s World

Summer cooking is abundant cooking, full of farmers market bounty and less expensive grocery produce. It is also a time of laid-back days that allow for culinary experimentation, and, of course, vacations. Checking all of those boxes, here is a global tour of new recipes to try and places to visit, even if it’s only through the pages of a book.

More Writing, Less War: LJ Talks to Thomas J. Brennan and Finbarr O’Reilly

“I believe that consistent storytelling about war and trauma is the key to moving forward the conversation about war’s impact on mental health.”

Always Creating: 10 Craft & DIY Books for all Artists

If you want step-by-step exercises illustrate a range of techniques on a variety of projects, need help mastering simple embroidery, or if you’re looking for do-it-yourself crafts, you can find all you need right here

Something Smells Good: 8 Cook Books for any Chef

Japanese flavors with classic French techniques, Moroccan lemon chicken kebabs with couscous pilaf, apricot and amaretto cheesecake—all of this and more can be found among these wonderful cookbooks