Nonfiction: Baby Food, Culture Travel, Assimilation, Jurgen Klopp, Slave Trade, Hoops, Women Skiers | Xpress Reviews

An appealing how-to manual for creating your own baby food; for travelers looking for a trek that’s different; a fascinating book on assimilation; appeal only to dedicated Bundesliga and/or Liverpool fans; a useful book for academic collections wanting an insider’s take on slave trading; an original work that captures the spirit of basketball; a comprehensive account of the ski team

Asian History, December 2017 | Best Sellers

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

Beyond the Comfort Zone | Memoir

This month, we review four memoirs that travel beyond the authors’ comfort zones.

Voices To Be Heard: Celebrate Black Women All Yearlong with These Noteworthy Titles

An essential collection for readers and students of black history and literature; an ambitious, electrifying memoir; a bawdy, laugh-out-loud tell-all with a liberal dose of heart; a much-needed addition to the endless catalog of celebrity memoirs; highly recommended for those interested in race, ethnicity, and social commentary

RA Back Pocket: Nonfiction | Wyatt’s World

This year saw nonfiction that shaped the national conversation and revealed historical crimes. Here are a few examples to suggest—all of which can be considered key titles for the collection.

Mathematics, December 2017 | Best Sellers

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

Nonfiction: Dylan’s Nobel Lecture, Information Science Reference, Dr. Ruth on Relationships | Xpress Reviews

All Dylan fans will want to have the Nobel lecture in their collection, and this fine volume will give it permanence; a questionable investment for academic libraries or scholars; a succinct resource for those waffling with the decision to stay or move on from a long-term relationship

Slow Cooking | Science & Tech Reviews

A different look at traditional slow cooking, offering many recipes with quick cook times rather than a whole days worth of cooking; a new look at traditional slow cooking, new interesting recipes that should please all after slowly cooking all day

Lyme Disease | Science & Tech Reviews

Two books that should be helpful for chronic Lyme sufferers, Conquering Lyme offers a more scientific look at Lyme while The Lyme Solution is a more actionable course

Collections and Classifications | Pro Media | Social Science Reviews

A must for outreach librarians seeking new ideas of community partnerships; essential for library students, librarians, and library administrators exploring the role of the public librarian; a highly recommended text for library and information science students in need of a refresher on constructing Library of Congress call numbers