LJ Nonfiction Reviews: February 1, 2017

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

Parting Words | Social Sciences Reviews, February 1, 2017

A solid analysis of our first president and his farewell to the American people; Baier’s account is well researched and shines when providing comparisons between Eisenhower and his successor John F. Kennedy

Geography, January 2017 | Best Sellers

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

Back Pocket RA: Nonfiction | Wyatt’s World

These five memorable titles span a wide range and are likely to be long remembered

Professional Media|Social Science Reviews, January 2017

Librarians looking to expand their knowledge in financing will benefit from Burger’s guide, while those interested in programming and ontology will find the other books on this list useful

Never More Relevant: 50 Books for February, Black History Month, and Beyond

Consider the models of leadership and activism outlined by Muhammad Ali or Coretta Scott King, the courage of Ona Judge, the creativity of Chester Himes, the verve of Charlamagne Tha God. It’s time for a reacquaintance with our past.

Education, December 2016 | Best Sellers

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

LJ Nonfiction Reviews: January 2017

Pickett’s energy, creativity, and genius shine; this Rad Dad collective is a gem of inspired thought; 50 titles for Black History Month; this excellent book cuts through media hype and bias; the theories of emotion and the human brain set forth here are revolutionary

Politics & Law, December 2016 | Best Sellers

January 2016 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO (previously YBP Library Services)

Nonfiction on Middle Eastern Poetry, Ted Roosevelt Jr., Königsberg, the Great War, Library Budgets, Artists’ Letters | Xpress Reviews

A spicy and special treat for Middle Eastern collections; Brady’s work augments our appreciation of interactions within the Roosevelt clan; a unique but true story of leadership, loyalty, hardship, and war; readers curious about art will find this irresistible