Paging Through History | RA Crossroads

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In this accessible and wide-ranging account, Kurlansky’s narrative moves through time and across the globe investigating the reign of paper and its far reach.

Geography, April 2016 | Best Sellers

August 2015 to date as identified by YBP Library Services

LJ Nonfiction Reviews: April 15, 2016

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Pulitzer Prize winner Lahiri writes In Other Words; new fashion titles; a must-read Lesson Plan; an important overview of Academic E-Books; Ackerman takes flight with The Genius of Birds

Living with Alzheimer’s | Science & Technology Reviews, April 15, 2016

long hello

An intriguing examination of Alzheimer’s that general readers will find useful; an intensely intimate, literary tribute to a loving relationship that offers a glimpse into the demented mind; a recommended diet book that presents a sensible regimen that people can follow easily

History of Science, April 2016 | Best Sellers

June 2015 to date as identified by YBP Library Services

Cooking with Spices, Award-Winning Salmon Recipes, and Masters of French Cooking | Cooking Reviews, April 15, 2016

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Cookbooks from celebrity chefs Floyd Cardoz, Chetna Makan, and Michel Roux, Jr., plus collections of salmon recipes, French cooking, baking, and more.

LJ Nonfiction Reviews: April 1, 2016

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Women architects; top spring poetry; Michael Jackson tributes; royal intrigue,The Romanovs 1613–1918; Lincoln biogs; how to start a successful start-up; histories of the written word; a welcome Fibromanual

Sex in the Sea by Marah J. Hardt | LJ Review

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Hardt (research codirector, Future of Fish) has written a clever, informative book about marine animal reproduction. Covering the diverse range of creatures under the sea, the process of baby-making from flatworms to barnacles to octopus to whales is eye-opening and entertaining.

Biology, March 2016 | Best Sellers

May 2015 to date as identified by YBP Library Services

Intelligent Life | Science & Technology, April 1, 2016

are we smart enough

An insightful and fascinating work that seeks to understand animals on their terms rather than ours; a riveting look at mimicry, camouflage, startle displays, communication signals, and reproductive deceptions and their evolutionary impact.