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Incubating Creativity at Your Library: A Sourcebook for Connecting with Communities

Librarians, artists, and educators will find this a valuable and inspiring guide for developing creative community programs.

      
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97,196 Words: Essays

A compelling collection, best suited for sophisticated readers up-to-date on their current affairs, and academic audiences.
      
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Movers and Shakers: Women Making Waves in Spirits, Beer & Wine

Will have strong appeal to those interested in women's work as well as the history and people in the beer, wine, spirit, and bar industries.
      

Movers and Shakers: Women Making Waves in Spirits, Beer & Wine

Will have strong appeal to those interested in women's work as well as the history and people in the beer, wine, spirit, and bar industries.
      
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Fly Girls: How Five Daring Women Defied All Odds and Made Aviation History

Highly recommended for readers with an interest in aviation history, women's history, cultural history, and 20th-century history.
      
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Michael Graves: Design for Life

This book has real gravity, yet it sparkles with light, so it benefits not just accomplished professionals but anyone who admires design.
      
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Moving Kings

Cohen (The Book of Numbers) gets to the heart of his troubled characters, sensitively portraying damaged psyches from all levels of Israeli and American society and offering incisive social commentary on both cultures. [See Prepub Alert, 2/6/17.]
      
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Game of Queens: The Women Who Made Sixteenth-Century Europe

While the analysis isn't groundbreaking, it casts a well-researched time period in an intriguing light. Readers of popular history, especially of Tudor England, and of women's history will find much to enjoy.
      
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The Pigeon Tunnel: Stories from My Life

Highly recommended for readers interested in the history and evolution of the spy trade and political intrigue from a participant's perspective; le Carré's voice still resonates. [See Prepub Alert, 3/28/16.]
      
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Citizen Scientist: Searching for Heroes and Hope in an Age of Extinction

Readers of popular science, especially those with a literary bent, will enjoy this heartfelt argument for citizen science—that it might be our last, best hope for solving myriad environmental predicaments.
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