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Beyond Black Holes | Science & Technology Reviews

Will Humanity Hear the Elephants Trumpet?

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Beyond the Stars | Science & Technology Reviews

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The Science of Sleep | Collection Development

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Vaccines Did Not Cause Rachel's Autism: My Journey as a Vaccine Scientist, Pediatrician, and Autism Dad

Recommended for popular science readers looking to refute the antivaccination debate as well as readers interested in children's public health.
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Feast: Food of the Islamic World

This beautifully photographed, insightful book features a wide range of recipes; however, it's not written with inexperienced home cooks in mind. Many of the recipes feature specialty ingredients and techniques that require confidence in the kitchen. As a talking-piece and authority on Islamic cuisine, however, it's an excellent addition to any foodie's library. [See Prepub Alert, 12/4/17.]
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Plight of the Living Dead: What Real-Life Zombies Reveal About Our World—and Ourselves

For anyone interested in natural science. Though the content isn't geared toward children, teachers might use the concepts to foster an interest in science in kids fascinated with zombies.
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Wine Food: New Adventures in Drinking and Cooking

One of the many new books that emphasize wholesome meals using ingredients that can be found at large supermarkets or specialized grocery stores, this work is recommended for complete cookbook collections or where wine and food pairings are popular.
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The Brew Your Own Big Book of Clone Recipes: Featuring 300 Homebrew Recipes from Your Favorite Breweries

Considering the growth of craft and home brewing, replicating established beers, as well as styles that have gained popularity, is a welcome challenge. As a straight "recipe" book, this title is best suited for the experienced homebrewer.
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