Amber Gray

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The Characters of Creativity: Activate Creativity by Understanding Your Colleagues

Readers interested in organizational dynamics or the overlap between business and creativity will find much to consider. Recommended for libraries with a strong interest in business literature.
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Learning To Imagine: The Science of Discovering New Possibilities

The best news in this book is that imagination never expires; the key is to cultivate it. For academic libraries where titles about psychology and creativity are popular.
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Thriving as a Mid-Career Librarian: Identity, Advocacy, and Pathways

Recommended for any collection where professional library literature is popular; librarians at various stages of their careers may take an interest.
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Failures of Forgiveness: What We Get Wrong and How To Do Better

Best for academic and public libraries where psychological or philosophical works are popular. This will attract readers eager to delve into forgiveness in its many forms.
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Your Future Self: How To Make Tomorrow Better Today

A comprehensive and mindful discussion of decision making that’s designed to benefit readers’ current and future selves. Recommended for libraries where there is interest in psychology or self-help.
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Teaching Public History

Highly recommended for academic libraries, particularly those with strong history departments. Faculty members will find much of interest here.
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Chained to the Desk in a Hybrid World: A Guide to Work-Life Balance

This work is recommended as a helpful update for libraries where earlier editions circulate, or where self-help and psychology books are popular.
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The Real Work: On the Mystery of Mastery

This lyrical examination of learning various skills and the ways in which expertise can manifest is recommended for collections where compilations of essays are popular.
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The Teachers: A Year Inside America’s Most Vulnerable, Important Profession

This involving look at the teaching profession is recommended for any library with an education collection and where there is community interest.
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