Nonfiction: Illicit Money, Conversation, Mentoring, Failed Justice, Nick Nolte, Bad Habits | Xpress Reviews

Findings of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists (ICIJ) on what became known as the Panama Papers; an insightful look into the unique nature of human conversation; sharing secrets for success and meaning; valuable to those with a very serious interest in business innovation; Logan challenges a rule that requires attorneys to maintain confidentiality at another’s expense; through all the tragedies in his life, Nolte has emerged a strong survivor; Vermeulen provides some clear advice for breaking out of the bad habit rut

Medicine, February 2018 | Best Sellers

March 2017 to date as identified by GOBI Library Solutions from EBSCO

Discover Paris in 2018 | Readers’ Advisory Crossroads

To read this guide is to travel to Paris. Sprinkled throughout are color photos, which capture everyday life and key tourist sites. The design allows readers to wander the city, with daily schedules based on individual arrondissements.

LJ Nonfiction | Review Alert February 15, 2018

Both scholars and casual fans of printing history will enjoy this insider’s look; well-known and untold moments in women’s history; Perry’s work relates the resilience and struggle within black communities in the 20th and 21st centuries; for readers interested in a feminist critique of health care, especially in the treatment of women

Book and Lyric | Wyatt’s World

The 60th annual Grammy Awards will be presented on January 28. Mark the moment with music-related books, from fictional worlds suffused with sounds to nonfiction that investigates artist biographies.

Nonfiction: Abdurraqib, Israel, Murder in Mexico, Meditation, Libraries, William Ivey Long | Xpress Reviews

Poet, essayist, and music critic Abdurraqib examines contemporary America; of great interest to readers concerned with the future of Israel; for readers interested in crime and corruption in Mexico; a great Meditation 101; the rise of professional tennis and the contributions of Bill Tilden; for those who are attracted to the minutiae of libraries; readers interested in unorthodox histories will appreciate this stimulating and iconoclastic work; a focuse on Ivey Long’s designs from seven theatrical productions

Professional Media | Social Sciences Reviews

A helpful resource for any library or museum staff dealing with local historical assets; a required text for any library administrator or staff looking to create better technology support services; a helpful tool for librarians looking to delve into social media or further harness it in new ways

Considering Education | Social Sciences Reviews

A detailed telling of how modern education may not match every students needs; a helpful tool for any parent seeking advice to address their child’s needs; honest insight into the available options for children’s education and the roles parents play

Televised Revolutions | Arts & Humanities Reviews

A must for anyone interested in learning about the creation of In Living Color, and the introduction of several well known comedians to the entertainment industry; Highly recommended for anyone interested in the shift within the entertainment industry from male dominated to female powered.

Renoir Reading | Arts & Humanities Reviews

Highly recommended for all art collections highlighting history and aesthetics; a new look at the intimacy within the paintings of Renoir; this new biography of Renoir shines a fresh light on misconceptions regarding the painter