Laurie Selwyn

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Same-Sex Marriage: Exploring the Issues

This accessible work is informative and appropriate for a wide variety of readers, from high school and seminary students through politicians, religious leaders, and think tanks.

Geopedia: A Brief Compendium of Geologic Curiosities

Will fascinate and delight nearly all readers but particularly word lovers, rock lovers, and geology hobbyists. Excellent ready reference and fun reading for high schoolers and undergraduates studying astronomy, geology, ecology, and environment, and for hobbyists of all ages.

Library Patrons’ Privacy: Questions and Answers

A superb starting point that emphasizes the importance of library policies while simultaneously showing that policies cannot render the final solution when privacy issues arise. Will interest LIS students and faculty and all types of library administrators, staff, board members, IT, and governing authorities.

Best Reference Works of 2021

The Coffee Book

In-depth and accessible, this volume will fascinate coffee lovers wanting to learn more about the popular beverage, as well as those interested in learning about coffee varieties, brewing techniques, and recipes.
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Starbucks

A well-written book featuring fascinating tidbits, this work goes beyond the basics to appeal to business students and faculty, Starbucks fans, business managers, and entrepreneurs looking for successful insights or strategies.

Debating Your Plate: The Most Controversial Foods and Ingredients

A strong updated complement to Myrna Chandler Goldstein and Mark A. Goldstein’s Food and Nutrition Controversies Today. Minetor encourages readers to make up their own minds on nutrition, food science, and marketing.

Science in the Ancient World: From Antiquity Through the Middle Ages

Loaded with oddball tidbits that will fascinate trivia fans, Lawson’s book will complement other ancient history titles, such as Will and Ariel Durant’s “Story of Civilization” series. A true multidisciplinary resource, it will appeal to general readers as well as high school and undergraduate students.
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The Origins of Modern Science: From Antiquity to the Scientific Revolution

Whether consulted as a reference work or read cover to cover, Gal’s work will appeal to college and graduate students studying a wide variety of subjects, including architecture, religion, political science, medicine, anthropology, the classics, natural philosophy, and astronomy.
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