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Alien Earths: The New Science of Planet Hunting in the Cosmos

Science and space enthusiasts will revel in this journey through the cosmos. They will undoubtedly learn novel information along the way.

Common Sense Economics: What Everyone Should Know About Wealth and Prosperity

This reader-friendly work concisely explains vital economic principles. The section on personal finance should be required reading for everyone. The superb electronic supplemental material package can be used to structure any introduction to economics course, and this work nicely supplements the fifth edition of Thomas Sowell’s Basic Economics. Highly recommended for public libraries and all high school and university economics instructors.

The Exvangelicals: Loving, Living, and Leaving the White Evangelical Church

A much-needed look at evangelicalism from a perspective that’s both investigative and personal. It offers intriguing, compelling insight with expert reporting.

Shakespeare: The Man Who Pays the Rent

A compendium of great wit and wisdom with universal appeal. Both Shakespeare fans and novices, especially students who might find his language difficult to understand, will be delighted.
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You’re Not Done Yet: Parenting Young Adults in an Age of Uncertainty

An insightful guide that addresses the oft-ignored problems that young adults face. For parents who want to help their young adults lead thriving, independent lives.
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Power and Glory: Elizabeth II and the Rebirth of Royalty

Highly recommended for Larman’s fans and for readers seeking a royal history that is appropriately critical.

How To Win Friends and Influence Fungi: Collected Quirks of Science, Tech, Engineering, and Math from Nerd Nite

Delightful and eminently readable. This book about the Nerd Nite empire will be an excellent addition to science collections.
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The Unit: My Life Fighting Terrorists as One of America’s Most Secret Military Operatives

A quick, thought-provoking read that lays out both strengths and flaws of the U.S. military in equal measure. Fans of modern military history will find this title enjoyable.
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My Side of the River: A Memoir

Perfect for readers who want to learn more about how the U.S immigration system affects the families its laws separate. Also a great pick for fans of memoirs about people who overcome the odds against them.
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