Between the Panels: Superhero Comic Events | The Reader’s Shelf, May 15, 2015

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For just about as long as there have been superhero comic books, groups of characters have banded together to tackle threats too big to be handled alone. These event comics have resulted in some of the most beloved and iconic stories of all time.

America at War: Behind the Scenes of Prominent Battles

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Blehm’s stirring Legend; first-time author Davenport’s spectacularly well-written work on the Battle of Cantigny; Johnson bridges the gap among military historians in a classic page-turner that is fun to read.

Lincoln, 150 Years On | Collection Development: Lincoln’s Legacy

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The vast amount of literature on Abraham Lincoln is almost unmatched in the English language. Interest in our 16th president has never abated, and these 34 titles will enlighten some, disillusion others, and stand as a basic resource.

The March of Military History: Part 1

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Part 1 of a collection of titles on military history, covering subjects other than World War I or II.

Lessons from Lincoln

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Recent titles on Lincoln from the September 1, 2013 issue.

Xpress Reviews: Nonfiction | First Look at New Books, July 5, 2013

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Winston Churchill’s cousin, Chödrön on meditation, New York pizza and where to find it, traveling the Pacific Northwest, making your own Hooch, marketing how-to’s, Civil War photography, travel by the book, dance by Tchernichova, Texas barbecue

Xpress Reviews: Nonfiction | First Look at New Books, June 21, 2013

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A beautifully illustrated work on Anders Zorn, for fresh look at Calcutta, a travel book for Civil War buffs, a well-written text for pop culture fans and cinephiles alike, an important read on racial disparity and its remedies, Lineberry’s The Secret Rescue

Xpress Reviews: Nonfiction | First Look at New Books, June 14, 2103

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Best trips in California, The Real Jane Austen, career advice, the “murder of the century,” Rita Moreno on Rita Moreno, a blog from the New York Times on the Civil War, the portraits of Man Ray

The Civil War: Reference eReviews | April 15, 2013

Reviews of several Civil War-related databases.

2012 Military History Roundup: With Ten Additional Reviews

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Reviews of military biographies and historical surveys, as well as books on the American Revolution, American Civil War, and 19th-century conflicts.