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Bitch: On the Female of the Species

Zoological notions of gender will challenge general readers to appreciate sexual diversity in animals and reassess human notions of “female.”

The Social Lives of Animals

Engaging and entertaining; of interest to anyone who wants to better understand the behavior of social animals, including humans.

Free Speech: A History from Socrates to Social Media

With accessible and engaging writing, McHangama’s book is a highly recommended intellectual history for casual readers and those interested in the currency of free speech.

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.

A Brave and Cunning Prince

A fascinating narrative of intrigue, shifting alliances, and betrayal. Horn’s detailed biography properly places Opechancanough in the context of history.

Hitler’s American Gamble: Pearl Harbor and Germany’s March to Global War

The authors effectively prove their thesis in a key volume for World War II history collections.


The Rule of Laws: A 4,000-Year Quest to Order the World

An intriguing synthesis of the history of global legal codes and their origins.

Life Is Simple: How Occam’s Razor Set Science Free and Shapes the Universe

In a conspiracy-laden world, McFadden’s argument, that simple explanations hold true, will appeal to historians and the scientifically minded.

The Gilded Page: The Secret Lives of Medieval Manuscripts

A rare book about primary sources themselves, written in language that will appeals to medieval experts and new students alike.

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