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Family, Friends and Neighbors: Stories of Murder and Betrayal

A good introductory exploration into the minds of killers who defy conventional stereotypes.

Principles of Robotics & Artificial Intelligence

An accomplished introduction for all readers that provides a good foundation on the beginnings, development, and future trends of AI and robotics.

The Buddha: Life and Afterlife Between East and West

This fascinating book expertly weaves together a formidable mass of scholarship into an accessible, inviting summary that contextualizes an extensive history of religious encounters within a relatively brief work. It also sheds light on the long and global interconnections of religious ideas and highlights the often ridiculous ways that people have misunderstood and misrepresented one another throughout time.

Curating Community Collections

This excellent guide, featuring a mix of hands-on information, time-tested advice, and insight into the hows and whys of creating inclusive collections, is an indispensable resource. Perfect for collection development librarians, school librarians and teachers, and seasoned and early-career librarians.

Creators in the Academic Library: Instruction & Outreach, Vol. 1

A useful collection of instructional materials for creative fields. Recommended for academic instructional librarians.

Comic Books, Special Collections, and the Academic Library

Fascinating reading for comic book fans and newcomers alike. Essential for any librarian or other scholar working with comic books, comic strips, manga, or graphic novels.

Libraries Without Borders: New Directions in Library History

This robust collection, originally presented at the 14th Annual Library History Seminar, should appeal to those interested in the history of librarianship and the intersection of social justice and libraries.

Chase’s Calendar of Events 2024: The Ultimate Go-To Guide for Special Days, Weeks and Months. 67th ed

An invaluable resource for trivia fans, planners, media professionals, teachers, and librarians.

Defining Documents in American History: Workers’ Rights

A distinctive collection of important primary papers with supporting text that provides historical context, relevance, and significance of those sources. Great for student reports.
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