Cate Schneiderman

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What Can I Do? My Path from Climate Despair to Action

This urgent call for environmental action will have the most impact on readers already familiar with Fonda and her activism during the Vietnam War. It will also pique the interest of others wondering, What can I do?

The Brothers York: A Royal Tragedy

Penn’s latest is a treat for dedicated readers of English history who know the outlines of the story covered but wish to learn more.
 
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Walter Ralegh: Architect of Empire

A good choice for those already familiar with the broad strokes of Elizabethan England, and for readers seeking to expand their knowledge of Ralegh’s life and works.

Crusaders: The Epic History of the Wars for the Holy Lands

An entertaining and informative look at a potent historical phenomenon whose echoes are still being felt today. [See Prepub Alert, 4/15/19.]

New Boston Public Library Fund Raises $6 Million

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Gender and Our Brains: How New Neuroscience Explodes the Myths of the Male and Female Minds

This book serves as a warning of all the ways we limit children, especially girls, without even realizing it. Best for readers with a strong interest in girls’ education and a background in science.

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Figuring

Despite its flaws, this hidden gem of a work will enthrall readers seeking underrepresented voices in the history of science and literature.
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The Eating Instinct: Food Culture, Body Image, and Guilt in America

As noted early on, this book discusses topics that might be uncomfortable for some readers, and as such is not for everyone, particularly those with a difficult history with food. That said, readers wishing to learn more about disordered eating as well as those looking to be more mindful about food and the social messaging around it, will find this work useful.
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Nine Pints: A Journey Through the Money, Medicine, and Mysteries of Blood

Recommended for nonexperts curious about their own bodies and blood as commodity in the world economy.
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