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Parasites: The Inside Story

A well-organized, -researched, and -illustrated overview of the parasitic world.
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Viral Justice: How We Grow the World We Want

This a rich and engaging space for collective healing, integrity, and social commentary on the reasons why structural hurdles must be removed for racial justice to ever be achieved.
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The Bitter End: The 2020 Presidential Campaign and the Challenge to American Democracy

The timely advice and analysis will pique the interest of readers interested in politics and government and will be a strong title to offer prior to election season.

In the Footsteps of Audubon

This visually striking guide honors the beautiful American landscape as it appears today. Recommended for fans of Audubon or for those interested in the natural world or art.
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How Fast Did T. rex Run? Unsolved Questions from the Frontiers of Dinosaur Science

An excellent book that shows the opportunities and potential of paleontology as a field for the intellectually curious scientist.
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Birds and Us: A 12,000-Year History from Cave Art to Conservation

Includes a list of birds mentioned, extensive notes and bibliography, and an excellent index. An enjoyable book for those interested in birds or art.

Young, Gifted and Diverse: Origins of the New Black Elite

An extremely well-thought-out, -researched, and -structured look into the lives of people who have had to endure caste-inspired stigma throughout their lives.
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Capitalism: The Story Behind the Word

This work is something of an economics, history, and philosophy lecture all in one, reading more like an extended essay than a typical book. It is particularly recommended for libraries servicing economics, political science, and labor studies departments.
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The World the Plague Made

Densely detailed but rich in erudition and startling new insights, this fresh look at the impact of the Black Death upon world history is a must for history lovers and plague afficionados alike.
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