NonFiction

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

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

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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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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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“Yoga for Cancer sets out to help people live longer, healthier and happier lives.”

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“This wonderfully designed work is a tribute to the creative mind of artist Salvador Dalí.”

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"The most engaging, inventive, interactive nonfiction children's book this year!"

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“an unusual opportunity to discuss with children the value of following one’s conscience and the need to stand up for justice, freedom, and equality.”

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I try to stay on the positive side of things as much as I can, because I’m a positive kind of guy.  But once in a while, a book comes along that is so laughably obtuse that you just can’t give it a

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an objective, insightful, well researched, heavily documented and illustrated book . . .”

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“relish The Innovators. If you love technology, it’s a rollicking ride.”

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“a truly remarkable story of a born activist.”

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“readers will find Nothing is True and Everything Is Possible not only unsettling but also difficult to put down.”

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“Taste happens in our head, not in our mouth, and the art of the table today is as robust as it was in the 18th century.”

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The Price of Silence is a concise, heartfelt addition to books about mental illness.”

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“multiple voices use the power of story to tell their Class Lives as both noun and verb.”

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“To this latest book (a collection of good-sized pieces for The New York Review of Books and quite a few, well, bad-sized ones, little nuggets he wrote as speeches or trib

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“an exciting, eye opening, and informative read.”

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“Fast computers coupled with biological knowledge can let us understand the workings of a wedge of actual brain tissue.

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“Price reveals Bill O’Reilly and Martin Dugard’s Killing Jesus as inconsistent and unsubstantiated.”

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