NonFiction

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There are at least 40 baby name books currently listed on Amazon, touting upwards of 10,000, 50,000, even 100,000 names, so one can’t fault an author for trying to find a new angle to stand out fro

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There’s a reason why Peter Thiel and his merry band of “PayPal Mafia” members have created seven companies worth a billion dollars each, including PayPal, SpaceX, YouTube, and a few others you may

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Social Security Works! knocks . . . the mainstream belief that Social Security is going broke, to its knees.”

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the clear narrative and straightforward explanations make this book a must-read for anyone wanting to understand the interplay of religion and violence.”

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The self-publishing phenomenon is upon us.” 

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The Fascinating World of Graph Theory is readable and “student-friendly”—more so than the typical math textbook . . .”

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“Bravo! May there be more of this kind of book!”

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“This highly readable book never lacks for the big story but it also does not let that history lose the hero.”

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“. . . pretty much everyone can take away something positive from this book.”

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This short book provides an upbeat but realistic portrayal of multiple sclerosis (MS), with enlightening illustrations and enough detail for those reading it to be educated without being overwhelme

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Nazila Fathi is a woman of courage. She is also a very good writer.

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“108 Rock Star Guitars is more than just a book of rock star guitars. It is a work of art.” —Robby Krieger (The Doors)

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“Creating the habit of mindfulness can result in a sense of calm, focus, joy, and contentment.”

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The book satisfies one’s appetite for a good story, salts and peppers it with scandal, and provides a tome’s worth of education . . .”

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The Teenage Brain is a valuable resource for parents, youth workers, educators, and anyone involved with teens in any way.

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"If you are a Banksy fan or at least interested in seeing a collection of his work. This Is Not a Photo Opportunity: The Street Art of Banksy will be a fun read."

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“There is tremendous beauty found in the obscure, forgotten, and lost corners of an artist’s attic. This collection is a peek into Ditko’s attic.”

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“For some, it’s the journey and not the destination.”

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German scholar Robert Beachy’s Gay Berlin: Birthplace of a Modern Identity adds to the growing literature of pre-Stonewall GLBTQ history.

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“say a prayer of gratitude for Benny Binion. He’s the nicest gangster you never met.”

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In Restorative Yoga for Life, author Gail Grossman aims to help the reader feel at ease in the body, recover from illness or physical injury, and gain a sense of balance and well-being.

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Whether or not one can actually learn how to draw/illustrate fashion let alone vintage fashion, remains a mystery.”

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“For those interested in this critical campaign, this volume is recommended.”

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A generation away from the controversies surrounding the photography of Robert Mapplethorpe, art historian Germano Celant has released Robert Mapplethorpe: The Nymph Photography that surve

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“Just in time to address those extra holiday pounds comes a practical guide to natural sugars and artificial sweeteners that explodes some long-held myths along the way.”

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