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Hello Cupcake!

An easy and attractive home baking book that celebrates two extremely popular desserts.

The Supremes at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat

In the mid-Sixties, three black teenage friends—Odette, Clarice, and Barbara Jean—start meeting at Earl’s All-You-Can-Eat, the first black-owned business in Plainview, IN...

The Weekend Homesteader: A Twelve-Month Guide to Self-Sufficiency

While the book is encouraging in tone and contains some rather detailed sections about composting and soil, the awkward organization is a big hurdle. Try instead The Backyard Homestead Guide to Raising Farm Animals, edited by Gail Damerow, and The Backyard Homestead: Produce All the Food You Need on Just a Quarter Acre!, edited by Carleen Madigan. Not a necessary purchase. fiber crafts NANETTE DONOHUE, Champaign P.L., IL

Kaufman Field Guide to Nature of New England

A welcome update to the National Audubon Society’s 1998 Field Guide to New England, this is an essential compact reference guide for any amateur naturalist interested in New England.

The Heineken Kidnapping

In his first Dutch-speaking role since his career-making collaborations with fellow countryman Paul Verhoeven (Turkish Delight; Soldier of Orange; et al...

The Perfect Hope

With stellar pacing, humorous flair, and unerring insight into what makes families tick, Roberts wraps up another winning trilogy that is a natural for fans of down-home, community-based series. Roberts (The Last Boyfriend) lives in Keedysville, MD.

A Greek Islands Destination Cooking Class DVD: Santorino, Greece

Despite the terrific subject and mouthwatering cuisine, this DVD falls short. Of niche appeal only where a library has a large user population to which this series would be of interest.

A Trace of Moonlight

The third outing for TouchStone Abby Sinclair (A Sliver of Shadow) brings her into further conflict between the world of Faery, the mortal realm, and Hell itself as she searches for a way to recover the Key to the Crossroads from her mortal enemy...

Charms Against Lightning

The poet’s unadorned melancholy (“We are, and then we aren’t;/ that’s the mortal art.”) may not lift readers out of their chairs, but many will admire his uncommonly grounded grasp of life’s enigmatic metaphysics. A solid debut.

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