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The Black Fives: The Epic Story of Basketball’s Forgotten Era

Highly readable, this work should not be missed. Essential and highly recommended for all libraries.

The Private Lives of Public Birds: Learning To Listen to the Birds Where We Live

A book that will leave readers enthralled and yearning for more. It belongs in and is recommended for all libraries, both public and academic.
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Game: An Autobiography

Highly recommended and essential for public and school library collections.
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Think Like a Horse: Lessons in Life, Leadership, and Empathy from an Unconventional Cowboy

Written in non-preachy, folksy, authentic manner, Golliher’s self-help book has the potential to inspire and transform anyone who reads it.
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The Shame Machine: Who Profits in the New Age of Humiliation

Thoroughly researched, well written, timely, and easy to understand, O’Neil’s book can and should find a wide audience. Recommended for all libraries.
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Healing: Our Path from Mental Illness to Mental Health

Readers of this important book will gain a greater, more complete understanding of mental health issues in the United States and will be pointed toward steps that could lead to radical change in mental health care. Recommended for all libraries.
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Rationality: What It Is, Why It Seems Scarce, Why It Matters

A thought-provoking work of popular psychology that is recommended for academic libraries and public libraries that serve larger populations.
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Dwyane

Fans of Wade and the NBA will be thrilled by this collection and can spend hours browsing the pictures. This coffee table–style book is especially recommended for school and public libraries where basketball is popular.

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