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Near-Death Experiences: Afterlife Journeys and Revelations

In this recommended work, Willis invites readers to contemplate the nature of consciousness and questions of mortality.

Circus World: Roustabouts, Animals, and the Work of Putting on the Big Show

Fascinating, thoughtful research that will appeal to circus buffs and students of labor history.

Hardly Harmless Drudgery: A 500-Year Pictorial History of the Lexicographic Geniuses, Sciolists, Plagiarists, and Obsessives Who Defined the English Language

Highly recommended for all word lovers curious about the people who codified English vocabulary throughout time.

Creating a Person-Centered Library: Best Practices for Supporting High-Needs Patrons

A helpful collection that will inform high-needs patron services, targeted toward public libraries but useful everywhere.

Conducting Original Research for Your Library

A solid addition to help new and seasoned library professionals conduct their own original research projects. Recommended for any professional literature collection, especially those supporting MLIS programs.

500 Insects: A Visual Reference

This recommended, engaging, visual reference fosters a distinctive way to learn more about the world of insects. The book’s color photographs enrich the reading experience.

Historical Dictionary of Confucianism

This well-researched, well-written reference is packed with information on one of the world’s foremost intellectual, moral, philosophical, and social systems. It’s an indispensable resource for high school and undergraduate students doing term papers, reports, and projects.

Major Canadian Cities: 50 Cities Compared, Ranked & Profiled

Recommended for readers wanting to review reliable data of Canadian cities in an easy-to-use format. It’s a great selection for students and researchers of all levels, general readers, and business owners who are considering new locations.

Critical Insights: Power & Corruption

This resource offers nuanced insights and facilitates engagement with the complexities of power and corruption in literature. A worthy addition to the series and a valuable tool for researchers and academics on this subject.
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