Margaret Heller

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The Best American Food Writing 2022

Everyone who eats will find some entertainment here, but it’s a must-read for readers of food writing who will not want to miss any of the insights found in these selections.
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Shari Lewis and Lamb Chop: The Team That Changed Children’s Television

Anyone who loved Lamp Chop as a child (or an adult) will likely enjoy this biography of Lewis. It may be also of interest to readers of the history of Jewish entertainment and early television.

One Hundred Saturdays: Stella Levi and the Search for a Lost World

An essential read for Jewish history and memoir fans. Stella is a compelling character for anyone to meet.
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Foodtopia: Communities in Pursuit of Peace, Love & Homegrown Food

Essential reading on the state of local and organic growing and eating, and a useful addition to the history of American utopianism.
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Tiny Victory Gardens: Growing Good Food Without a Yard

An excellent choice for the apartment dweller who picked up plants as a pandemic hobby and wants to go deeper, or for anyone seeking to creatively grow their own food.
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The King’s Shadow: Obsession, Betrayal, and the Deadly Quest for the Lost City of Alexandria

A romp through a dramatic landscape and events that will be exciting for anyone interested in history and, in particular, classical archaeology.
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Sentence: Ten Years and a Thousand Books in Prison

Genis’s is an intense memoir with descriptions of sex and violent crime; it won’t be for everyone, but is important for readers trying to understand the effect of imprisonment on individuals and society.
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Knit 2 Socks in 1: Discover the Easy Magic of Turning One Long Sock into a Pair!

Perfect for beginning knitters who find a traditional sock too intimidating or more experienced knitters who want to experiment with a new technique.

The Library: A Fragile History

This is sure to be a new addition to library and information school curricula and will be fascinating for all bibliophiles and people who want libraries to survive and improve.
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