Changing Your Life Expectancy

If you want to improve your health and live a longer, happier life, these two books will give readers great, no-nonsense advice on how to improve your longevity through some basic health-conscious principles

LJ Nonfiction Reviews: May 1, 2017

Climbers will inhale Caldwell’s book and want more; poet Kampa’s urge to feel, to will herself into others’ being, is a gift that will carry her far; comedian Boyle’s book is hard to put down and full of solid advice; clear, real-world discussions of issues facing transgender people; perfect for browsing, this work will awaken a desire for questing and adventure

Culinary Creation for the Creative Cook

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

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

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

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LJ Nonfiction Reviews: April 15, 2017

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

Q&A: Thomas McNamee Muses on “The Inner Life of Cats”

Thomas McNamee’s recent book, The Inner Life of Cats: The Science and Secrets of Our Mysterious Feline Companions is both an affectionate love letter to his own cat Augusta and a perceptive analysis of feline psychology and biology that shatters common assumptions about these animals.

Physiology, March 2017 | Best Sellers

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

LJ Nonfiction Reviews: April 1, 2017

For art lovers, Treasures of Asian Art is a worthwhile investment; Blumenthal delivers life-and-times political history at its best; Moss’s website translates well as an excellent training guide for any level of outdoor fun; this honest account will find resonance among consumers of popular faith narratives

Discovering the Historical, Cultural and Inspirational Impacts of a Solar Eclipse

Curious readers seeking to know more about eclipses, the history behind them, and the people who saw it all will find both of these books to be to be fascinating reads