“The Future of Geography is a serious and very readable book important for all people—not just scientists, generals, and politicians—to absorb and contemplate.”
“something for history buffs, aviation enthusiast, aeronautical students and anyone interested in how America developed some the most advanced aircraft of the Cold War and into the 21st cen
“The Race for the Atom Bomb is less the story of how the Soviet Union stole the secrets of the Manhattan Project as it is a defense of J.
"a surprisingly rich history. . . . McNeur clearly knows how to find out everything it's possible to discover about these women and the circles they moved in."
“I Must Be Dreaming is your ticket to the dreamland of a genius.”
Whether you are a vegan or you love beef—whether you grew up on a farm or have never stepped in manure—if you care about land, air, and water quality, humane treatment of animals, thriving rural co
“For Freedom and Beauty are not fixed starts, but cut by man only from his own flesh, but lit by man, on
“This book is a compelling plea for earth’s inhabitants to put on their science hats and come together to make a better life for everyone.”
“Eilbert’s book is a testament to the act of seeing, of witnessing, of experiencing and still—as in, nonetheless; as in, despite it all—not turning away.”
“It’s about time, Wicker might argue, that the fashion industry owns its part and cleans up its act.”
“Lipsky’s dizzying no-brakes account of the progression to climate consensus—and of the dogged deniers-for-hire who have attacked it with relentless, reckless abandon—proves engaging and en
“’The world, and its beauty, are there waiting for you,’ write Magsamen and Ross, a fitting last line in a book proving the science, the joy, and the power of experiencing life enmeshed in
Everything That Rises is two powerful stories in one.
“The closing words in Brown’s important and fine book put her in a class with the brilliant women whose life stories she shares.
“Bagby’s immaculate research, coupled with her keen sense for real-life character development and dramatic arcs, makes for a fascinating and surprisingly quick read on a fo
“The changing of the guard from baby boomers to Gen X, Millennials, and Gen Z deserves our attention because of the possible scale and nature of its impact.”
“gives a sharp analysis of how tanks and mechanized units became the primary formations in the European Theater during World War II.”
“Reading the Glass is a deeply engaging, eloquent, and colorful account of a captain's life at sea.”
“Brookshire delves deeply but accessibly into how different cultures assign very different values and meanings to animals . . .”
“The print quality equals that of the best fine art books. Paleontology enthusiasts, and perhaps even Audubon aficionados, will not be disappointed.”
“a neat little introduction to Germany’s excellent, but ultimately ineffective jet fighter.”
In her often witty and trenchant publication calling for revolution through female alliance, legal expert Diane L.
“Valentine’s book is . . . a unique and engaging reference work that all Christie fans should enjoy.”
The author grew up in France near Lyon, the gastronomic capital of the world. Her parents were so focused on food and each other that she—an only child—felt like an outsider.
“As its story unfolds from Kennedy to Johnson to Nixon, Silent Spring Revolution proves consistently captivating, and it takes its place alongside trilogy-mates The Wilderness