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You Never Know: A Memoir

The lack of juicy personal information may disappoint celebrity gossip mavens, but Selleck’s earnestness and self-deprecating folksy style will satisfy celebrity watchers, especially Magnum, P.I. and Blue Bloods fans.
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Music Titans: 250 Greatest Recording Artists of the Past 100 Years

This hefty book picks the best 250 musical artists from the past 100 years, but not everyone is going to agree with the selections.
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The Feel Good Foodie Cookbook: 125 Recipes Enhanced with Mediterranean Flavors

Aptly demonstrated by the millions of views the author gets on her social media platforms, there is a definite appetite for Jawad’s healthy brand of Midwest meets Mediterranean style dishes.

To Run the World: The Kremlin’s Cold War Bid for Global Power

A remarkably balanced, brilliant, ambitious, durable work of scholarship, combining histories of the Cold War with Soviet foreign policy. A good read-alike is Adam Ulam’s Expansion and Coexistence: The History of Soviet Foreign Policy, 1917–67.
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The Heart of Tibetan Buddhism: Advice for Life, Death, and Enlightenment

A useful, informative book about a Tibetan Buddhist approach to mindfulness meditation.
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Math-ish: Finding Creativity, Diversity, and Meaning in Mathematics

Recommended for readers both fascinated by and leery of math. Educators who are looking for a different way to approach math will especially benefit from this title.
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The Anxious Generation: How the Great Rewiring of Childhood Is Causing an Epidemic of Mental Illness

A vigorous contribution to the conversation and discourse about how to protect youths from psychological and neurological damage linked to technology. For parents, educators, and tech decision-makers.

Perfect Eloquence: An Appreciation of Vin Scully

A wonderful and long-overdue tribute to a man whom many consider the best sports broadcaster who ever lived.
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Unforgettables: Winners, Losers, Strong Women, and Eccentric Men of the Civil War Era

Culled from the author’s three decades of researching and writing about the Civil War, this book provides vibrant accounts of many prominent people of the era. Readers interested in an introduction to a variety of Civil War personalities and American history will enjoy.
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