Science & Technology

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It’s All Relative | Science & Technology Reviews, March 1, 2017

the family gene

A science text that reads like a mystery and a family’s struggle to stop any further transmission of a deadly gene; both excellent, accessible additions for most public libraries

LJ Nonfiction Reviews: March 1, 2017

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Sullivan’s valuable, accessible wisdom can be employed immediately; a careful historical portrait of Hypatia, one of antiquity’s most accomplished women; a sober and well-argued study of the basic income concept; a tour-de-force survey of what is known about why we behave the way we do

Environmental Science, February 2017 | Best Sellers

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

Farm Letters| Science & Technology Reviews, February 15, 2017

letter to a young farmer

Even though both books have a particularly strong focus on food, gardeners with a variety of interests will enjoy the advice that can be found in either one of these great reads

Talking Tech | Science & Technology Reviews, February 15, 2017

thinking machines

A thought-provoking, clearly written book for anyone interested in developments in the field of artificial intelligence; readers interested in technology trends, robots, and machines will find either of these books engaging

Ebullient Vegetables, DIY Recipes, Clean Foods| Cooking Reviews, February 15, 2017

good veg

For readers seeking vegetarian recipes beyond the ordinary; all the latest cooking trends in vegan cuisine; an adventurous cookbook who want to try healthy eating without being “a judgemental jerk” and many more

Power to the People | Collection Development: Alternative Energy, February 1, 2017

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URBAN NORTH AMERICANS consume a lot of energy each day—per capita, 100 times that of pre­agricultural humans. These 30 resources will connect with readers wanting to enter the energy industry or learn more about techniques and costs.

LJ Nonfiction Reviews: February 15, 2017

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Real-life advice for The Artist as Cultural Producer; an important addition to feminist theory; Nichols offers an exquisite example of revisionist history; starred and “marriage-minded” memoirs; from Salt, Fat, Acid, Heat comes fun, varied, and great cooking

Chemistry, January 2017 | Best Sellers

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

LJ Nonfiction Reviews: February 1, 2017

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Zornberg’s Moses is not for the faint of heart; Horta’s scholarly, albeit witty and entertaining analysis and style will have wide appeal; Hatch’s memoir will move readers who are interested in global health, medical education, and biographies in general