Maggie Knapp

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Of Knives and Men: Great Knifecrafters of the World, and Their Works

Elevates an everyday item to the realm of high art. Knife collectors will appreciate the background information and details on styles and materials. The photographs will appeal to everyone with an interest in fine craftsmanship.
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Martha Graham: When Dance Became Modern

A worthwhile addition to modern dance collections.
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Diaghilev’s Empire: How the Ballets Russes Enthralled the World

Christiansen’s accessible book is a fascinating cautionary tale for readers with an interest in ballet history and those who enjoy books about visionaries who weather great failures and great successes.
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Shy: The Alarmingly Outspoken Memoirs of Mary Rodgers

Rodgers tells it the way she saw it, often stripping away the celebrity glamour of growing up in a revered musical theater environment. Green is a welcome and unobtrusive organizing voice and fact checker. Hollywood biography readers and musical theater fans will enjoy.
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Indoctrination to Hate: Recruitment Techniques of Hate Groups and How To Stop Them

The academic style makes this most suitable for college and graduate school libraries.
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Hardy Apples: Growing Apples in Cold Climates

Practical for Northern Hemisphere libraries, with mouth-watering, often amusing descriptions that will have readers everywhere sourcing Ambrosia apples and Granite Beauties.
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Bold Words from Black Women: Inspiration and Truths from 50 Extraordinary Leaders Who Helped Shape Our World

Though intended for a middle grade audience, this one will be equally inspiring for adults seeking quote books.
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David Yarrow: How I Make Photographs

Compact, practical, and often breathtaking. Suggest to photographers, artists, conservationists, and armchair travelers.
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The Aircraft Book: The Definitive Visual History

The eye-catching graphics and tight writing will entrance middle school readers through adults. A must for libraries.
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