Susan Belsky

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Milo’s Eyes: How a Blind Equestrian and Her “Seeing Eye Horse” Saved Each Other

Not just for horse fans. The author’s frank talk about her fear of losing her independence because of her blindness will resonate with any reader facing physical or other challenges.
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Swerve or Die: Life at My Speed in the First Family of NASCAR Racing

A fast-paced read about one of the most famous families in auto racing; even casual fans will want to ride along.
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Rise: My Story

A thoughtful and entertaining examination of a top skier’s life and career. Those who enjoy memoirs and sports biographies will want to add this title to their reading list.
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Powder Days: Ski Bums, Ski Towns and the Future of Chasing Snow

Even for non-skiers, this is an entertaining and eye-opening look at the history and economics of skiing and ski resorts in the United States.
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Library Programming for Adults with Developmental Disabilities

Librarians and organizations serving adults with developmental disabilities will find this volume a valuable reference for programming and for guidance in creating a culture of inclusion.

Libraries and Homelessness: An Action Guide

Essential for every library’s staff collection. An excellent resource not only for libraries but also for government, social service organizations, schools, and religious congregations.
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Cuba

For readers looking for a comprehensive survey of Cuban literature. Most academic libraries and large public libraries with an interest in Cuba should consider this work for their collections.
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Ask, Listen, Empower: Grounding Your Library Work in Community

Library workers and potential community partners will find the book’s many examples of programming, adult services, and outreach useful for moving from dialogue to action.
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Libraries Publish: How To Start a Magazine, Small Press, Blog, and More

Workers at various types of libraries (or at schools, museums, or prisons) will find this a valuable resource for outreach and promotion.
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