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Who Really Wrote the Bible?: The Story of the Scribes

This illuminating book aptly examines who really wrote the Bible and is accessible for both scholars and general readers.

Ageless Aging: A Woman’s Guide to Increasing Healthspan, Brainspan, and Lifespan

This book’s strength lies in its efforts to bring together information about aging well in one easily accessible work.

The American Teacher: A History

An in-depth look at a profession that is alternately valued and reviled but is consistently a microcosm of society.

AI Needs You: How We Can Change AI’s Future and Save Our Own

A loud and clear call to action regarding AI’s future, which is put into perspective by probing the history of three other major technological innovations, not a book about AI’s day-to-day utilization.

Music in the Halls: The Heart and Heartbreak of Teaching at a High-Poverty School in Washington, DC

This short, thought-provoking work packs a punch. It sheds light on an education system that seemingly seeks to place its and societal failures on the backs of overburdened teachers and their vulnerable students.

My Kaddish: A Child Speaks from the Warsaw Ghetto

A brief, rare, and powerful testimony that offers a firsthand account from a survivor who was a child when she experienced the horrors inside the walls of the Warsaw Ghetto.

American Shield: The Immigrant Sergeant Who Defended Democracy

This book by an author who exemplifies patriotism will remind readers of the need to expose those who try to subvert democracy for their own benefit.

I Am a Killer: What Makes a Murderer; Their Shocking Stories in Their Own Words

Fans of true crime and Netflix’s I Am a Killer series will enjoy this well-written, well-researched book, but some readers may find portions disturbing.

Fragmented: A Doctor’s Quest To Piece Together American Health Care

An informative and sobering look at the state of patient care in the United States.

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