LJ Reference Reviews: May 1, 2017

Below is a list of Reference titles to be reviewed in the May 1, 2017, issue of Library Journal. These lists include pertinent publisher and bibliographic information for your convenience.

Starred reviews are indicated with **.

Publishers: Please remember to send us one finished copy of each book that is scheduled for review (i.e., all of the forthcoming titles listed below) if you initially submitted a galley or bound manuscript. Our reviewers are not paid, and we like to send a finished copy of the reviewed book as a thank you. Materials should be mailed to: Library Journal, 123 William Street, Suite 802, New York, NY 10038.

CALL FOR REVIEWERS: LJ is seeking reviewers in the following areas: e-Original Romance (ebook format; contact bl.fox@mediasourceinc.com); Fiction by Diverse Authors (contact wwilliams@mediasourceinc.com); Literature; Performing Arts; Music; Health & Medicine; Parenting (contact apesek@mediasourceinc.com); Political Science (domestic and international); and Science. For more information and to fill out an application, go to ow.ly/vHWY30aROVh.


Health & Medicine

humandiseases.jpg41417**Human Diseases and Conditions. 3d ed. 4 vols. Gale Cengage. Nov. 2016. 2075p. ed. by Miranda Herbert Ferrara. photos. bibliog. index. ISBN 9780684325200. $564. REF


Humans and Animals: A Geography of Coexistence. 3 vols. ABC-CLIO. Jan. 2017. 466p. ed. by Julie Urbanik & Connie L. Johnston. index. ISBN 9781440838347. $89. REF

Social Sciences

Euthanasia and Assisted Suicide: Global Views on Choosing To End Life. Praeger: ABC-CLIO. Jan. 2017. 409p. ed. by Michael J. Cholbi. notes. index. ISBN 9781440836794. $73; ebk. ISBN 9781440836800. REF

Understanding Angry Groups: Multidisciplinary Perspectives on Their Motivations and Effects on Society. Praeger: ABC-CLIO. Jan. 2017. 434p. ed. by Susan C. Cloninger & others. index. ISBN 9781440833502. $73. REF


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