Nonfiction: Animal Behavior, Gwendolyn Brooks, Physics, Flies, Space Station, the American West | Xpress Reviews

For law students studying the constitutional sector; animal lovers, students of zoology, and photography fans; will also appeal to general readers who enjoy Brooks’s poetry; the science hidden beneath the surface of their lives; those intrigued by entomology and zoology; Excellent for STEM education and lots of other disciplines; Reid’s original voice is sure to capture all readers interested in the West; Weber brings new insights on the life and work of a cultural dynamo

Impressive Art: From Monet to Sisley

A great welcome back to Alfred Sisley, an exceptional, if sometimes neglected, impressionist painter; a quirky volume best suited to academic and museum libraries with deep collections on 19th-century Europe

Self-Help Guru Gretchen Rubin Tackles “The Four Tendencies”

In an interview with LJ, Gretchen Rubin expands on a concept developed in her earlier work about habits, Better Than Before: the idea that people fall into one of four categories based on how they respond to expectations.

Collection Development: Prostate Health & Wellness

Some 240,000 patients are diagnosed with prostate cancer in the United States each year, yet, there are very few evidenced-based titles on prostate health published annually. Here are 27 resources to help.

Poetry Beyond the Basics: Twelve New Collections Offer Fresh Perspective on the Human Experience

Derr-Smith uses an intently packed, beautifully crafted pile-up of images to explore a rural Southern upbringing—highly recommended; gemlike poems from Mohabir will reward many readers and surprise not a few; fervent reading about the urban Hispanic experience—for all readers; Sealey explores issues of race, gender, and sexuality in poems whose fluid, wide-open style belies their grit

First and Ten: Top Football Titles for Summer and Fall

This year’s annual roundup of forthcoming football titles includes historical works, autobiographies, and retrospectives on the current game. Some focus on the quarterback position, others on successful coaching programs, and one on football in pop culture.

Its All in the Craft: 12 Fun and Exciting Craft/DIY Books

Simple line drawings and diagram demonstrations, quilted design principles that emphasize both the embellishments and the fabrics (as well as tips and techniques), and bold bead work that is sure to make a statement; this is the perfect place to expand your creativity

10 Crave-Worthy Cookbooks

Here you will find foods and beverages that meld Italian traditions with American influences, a variety of cookies that will make your mouth water, and tips on shopping, meal planning, and using up leftovers; whatever your passion there is a cookbook waiting here for you

History of Science, July 2017 | Best Sellers

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

LJ Nonfiction | Review Alert, August 2017

A beautiful representation of Dutch painting and Vermeer; top football titles for summer/fall; major poets on the human experience; a Cold War espionage story that seems implausible but is still true; an enchanting book on the Himalayas and Indian culture; a vibrant and dynamic Pilgrimage in Islam; Oudolf’s aesthetics and mastery of plants will inspire a new regard for the regeneration of abandoned species