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What You Need To Know About Asthma

An excellent and concise, yet clear and comprehensive overview of a common disease. Should benefit new and longtime asthma patients, their parents and other relatives, and school personnel.

Free Speech and Censorship: A Documentary and Reference Guide

An important addition to any reference collection.

Bizarre Medicine: Unusual Treatments and Practices Through the Ages

A useful starting point for students and the general public interested in the history of medicine.

Food Cultures of Mexico: Recipes, Customs, and Issues

Persistent general readers, travelers, and culinary students will find useful material here.

Lies: The Science Behind Deception

A fascinating resource for anyone curious about why we lie and the physical and psychological effects of deception.

Who Am I? Understanding Identity and the Many Ways We Define Ourselves

High school and community college students, especially, seeking a grounding on the topic might start here.


A well-written book featuring fascinating tidbits, this work goes beyond the basics to appeal to business students and faculty, Starbucks fans, business managers, and entrepreneurs looking for successful insights or strategies.

Debating Your Plate: The Most Controversial Foods and Ingredients

A strong updated complement to Myrna Chandler Goldstein and Mark A. Goldstein’s Food and Nutrition Controversies Today. Minetor encourages readers to make up their own minds on nutrition, food science, and marketing.

Food Cultures of Japan: Recipes, Customs, and Issues

Jacob’s authoritative and comprehensive book will be a revelation to anyone interested in the history or foodways of Japan, and an inspiration to home cooks. For community college and university teachers of cultures and cuisines, as well as the general public, this volume is an invaluable addition to the anthropology, history, and cookbook shelves.

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