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Rain of Ash: Roma, Jews, and the Holocaust

Of profound interest to serious students and readers of history.
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The World Atlas of Trees and Forests: Exploring Earth’s Forest Ecosystems

A visually pleasing volume to browse for anyone curious about the hidden forces that determine the location, appearance, and functioning of forests in their backyard or around the globe.

Hummingbirds: A Celebration of Nature’s Jewels

For anyone interested in hummingbirds beyond just casual bird watching. This book provides a pictorial feast and detailed information on this species.

The Soviet Century: Archaeology of a Lost World

A splendid book. Avoiding the usual fare of power and the Communist Party, the author reveals the pervasive political character of Soviet life.

The Hidden Company That Trees Keep: Life from Treetops to Root Tips

This one belongs in every academic library and in most public libraries. Highly recommended.
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White: The History of a Color

Thorough research and abundant illustrations characterize this sixth and final volume in Pastoureau’s scholarly series primarily of interest to art and academic libraries.
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The Scythian Empire: Central Eurasia and the Birth of the Classical Age from Persia to China

Highly recommended for all students of the Scythians and Classical Persia or China. A similar work that focuses on the archeological evidence left by the Scythians is Barry Cunliffe’s The Scythians.
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Remnants of Ancient Life: The New Science of Old Fossils

An accessible book on ancient life that focuses as much on chemistry as on biology.
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