Physiology, March 2017 | Best Sellers

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

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

american 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

From Bangkok to Your Backyard: Recipes for Every Cook

Eat Delicious

Whether you’re a Top Chef or a backyard barbecuer, someone who is looking for awesome dinner recipes, or maybe you’re more of a breakfast person, these cookbooks will take care of any craving no matter your style or taste

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

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

Genetically Speaking | Science and Technology Reviews, December 2016

the-gene-machine

A hopeful, struggle-against-the-odds story that adopts the tone of a Hallmark made-for-TV movie; an intriguing and intimate book for anyone who has or will have children

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.

LJ Media Reviews: September 15, 2015

iris91515

Big fiction from Child, Deveraux, Lee, and L’Amour, coming-of-age Visions and Revisions. Top documentary Iris, shades of Susan Sontag, John Penton. Fast Scans of Clouds of Sils Maria, Woman in Gold, and more.