Science & Technology

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Bon Appétit: Seven New and Tasty Cookbooks

With straightforward instructions, cooks of all skill levels will be able to fire up a gas or charcoal grill and make something delicious; fish lovers can cook a variety of dishes from shellfish, finfish, little fish, and eggs to mahi-mahi, wahoo, and Pacific cod; and discover new takes on breakfasts, beverages, finger foods, main courses, and desserts that will satisfy the entire family

The Inner Mind | Science & Technology

A good read for neuroscientists as well as general readers, taking a slightly simplified look at the brain and how humans interaction and study of the mind have changed; A thoughtful look at the current state of neuroscience through experiments and practices, highly recommended for those interested in the brain and the many ways to improve it

LJ Nonfiction | Review Alert, March 15, 2018

An excellent translation that will appeal to medieval enthusiasts, fans of chivalric romance, and French literature; this comprehensive, unflinching narrative and analytical treatment of President Carter is essential; fans of space travel, NASA, and engineering ingenuity will find this highly engaging; a tribute to the underacknowledged female pioneers of technology

Engineering & Technology, March 2018 | Best Sellers

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Culinary Crossroads | Wyatt’s World

The metaphor that America is a melting pot is made concrete in its layered and various foodways. Here are five books that prove this point.

Geology, February 2018 | Best Sellers

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

Life in the Green Lane | Collection Development: Sustainable Living

Time will tell if, after devastating hurricanes and wildfires in recent years, people will make the connection between increasingly violent, more frequent weather events and global warming. These 32 resources will help librarians make sense of the issue.

LJ Nonfiction | Review Alert, March 1, 2018

Langer’s homing in on all aspects of negative self-talk and worry add breadth to her advice and make it a powerful tool for readers; for anyone with a strong drive to do something different, this is a truly inspiring read; the importance and epic scale of St. Petersburg comes across vividly in this work; Cooke’s wit, humor, and infectious curiosity will appeal to natural history enthusiasts of all stripes

Lets Get Cooking! 10 New and Tasty Cookbooks

Bring island paradise to your dinner table with dishes like lime- and coconut-infused beverages and breakfasts to casual and sophisticated seafood dishes; time-saving techniques that will attract readers who favor an easy, gourmet style of cooking; and over 50 recipes for frozen yogurt treats and accompaniments. No matter your craving, it can be found here

Medicine, February 2018 | Best Sellers

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