Maggie Knapp

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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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Africa in Fashion: Luxury, Craft and Textile Heritage

A visually stimulating record of the global factors that affect colors, patterns, and shapes as they move in and out of fashion.
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