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Bizarre Medicine: Unusual Treatments and Practices Through the Ages

A useful starting point for students and the general public interested in the history of medicine.

Lizards of the World

Anyone interested in animals or planning a trip to an area with lizards will find this vibrant book a helpful and appealing addition.

The Simplest Baby Book in the World: The Illustrated, Grab-and-Do Guide for a Healthy, Happy Baby

Expectant and new parents will have an excellent starting place here.

City of the Dead

Kellerman uses his training as a psychologist to construct a crime and perpetrator that will have readers turning pages and guessing until the very end.

Best of the Reference Backlist: Food, Health, and More


Today’s Health Care Issues: Democrats and Republicans

With misinformation and disinformation everywhere, a book that provides facts without an agenda is a welcome resource for public, academic, and consumer health collections. Anyone searching for information on health policy will find a good starting point here.

The Burning

As always, the Kellermans guarantee that readers will turn pages rapidly to enjoy the complex characters and intricate plot turns. It’s another winner for mystery readers.

Defending Britta Stein

This historical novel highlights a lesser-known aspect of World War II and features strong women characters. A good choice for book clubs.

American Religious History: Belief and Society through Time

A valuable resource for teachers, students, and anyone interested in religion and contemporary American society.

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