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Chase’s Calendar of Events 2023: The Ultimate Go-to Guide for Special Days, Weeks and Months

Recommended for all reference collections as a quick aid.

We Never Die: Secrets of the Afterlife

Good addition to collections needing a good introduction to the topic or needing more parapsychology books to meet demand.

Future Stories: What’s Next?

Christian, cofounder of the Big History Project with Bill Gates, offers an engaging and accessible look towards the future that makes for good reading.

Poverty in the United States: A Documentary and Reference Guide

Recommended for high school, undergraduate, and public libraries looking to rebuild their reference collections and support curricula in need of primary sources.

The Great Society and the War on Poverty: An Economic Legacy in Essays and Documents

Useful for academic or larger public libraries that want to update their print resources on the subject. Students doing in-depth reports or projects, as well as general users, will find this work helpful.

Historic Sites and Landmarks That Shaped America: From Acoma Pueblo to Ground Zero

Beneficial for those looking for an overview of the topic or travelers curious about places they have visited or plan to see. Suitable for public and academic libraries needing background material on historical sites for their reference print sections.

Afghanistan at War: From the 18th-Century Durrani Dynasty to the 21st Century

College students and those who want a big picture view of Afghanistan's military history over the last few centuries will find this a useful place to begin.

50 Events That Shaped American Indian History: An Encyclopedia of the American Mosaic

High school and college students will find this a valuable resource for reports, and libraries serving these users will want to add this much-needed title to ensure a well-rounded collection.

Crime and Punishment in America: An Encyclopedia of Trends and Controversies in the Justice System

A solid option for those in need of a basic resource that answers questions from both students and the general public.

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