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The Summer Canada Burned: The Wildfire Season That Shocked the World

A recommended title for forestry and media collections in higher education and for followers of Canadian events and studies.
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Behind the Mask: A Revealing Look at Twelve of the Greatest Goalies in Hockey History

With information and interviews culled from magazine articles and other works, this book does a nice job of capturing the character of each player and divulging what enticed them to become hockey goalies in the first place. An insightful exploration of the psyches of 12 accomplished goalies.
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Our Little Farm: Adventures in Sustainable Living

Most likely of interest to only the readers who have already embarked on self-sufficient farming and want detailed information.

The Essential Guide to Intermittent Fasting for Women: Balance Your Hormones To Lose Weight, Lower Stress, and Optimize Health

An easy-to-follow guide for those interested in the basics of intermittent fasting. Perfect for readers struggling to live optimal healthy lives.
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The Power of Trees: How Ancient Forests Can Save Us if We Let Them

This book inspires wonderment at the resiliency of forests facing climate change, while taking a critical look at how even the best of environmental intentions may have long-lasting negative consequences.
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Spring Rain: A Life Lived in Gardens

This ultimately hopeful memoir, with the natural world seamlessly woven throughout, will appeal to gardeners, natural history buffs, and those who relish natural history–framed memoirs like Margaret Renkl’s Late Migrations and Meredith May’s The Honey Bus.
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Purr: The Science of Making Your Cat Happy

Even before they see the title, cat guardians will recognize the question-mark curl of a happy cat’s tail on the cover of Todd’s enjoyable book; it’s suitable for a wide audience, from new pet parents to shelter and veterinary professionals.
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Muddy People: A Muslim Coming of Age

El Sayed’s coming-of-age memoir about resiliency, family, and identity will delight readers as a study of making sense of a world where rules can often help along the way.
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The Hidden Kingdom of Fungi: Exploring the Microscopic World in Our Forests, Homes, and Bodies

An excellent, intimate introduction to fungi and mycology that will appeal to general science readers and those interested in learning about our biologically interdependent world.
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