Adult New Arrivals – Nonfiction

December Arrivals

  • NEW 005.2762 JAVA 2020
    Lowe, Doug
    Java all-in-one for dummies
    Summary:"Knowing Java is a must-have programming skill for any programmer. It’s used in a wide array of programming projects–from enterprise apps and mobile apps to big data, scientific, and financial uses. The language regularly ranks #1 in surveys of the most popular language based on number of developers, lines of code written, and real-world usage. It’s also the language of choice in AP Computer Science classes taught in the U.S. This guide provides an easy-to-follow path from understanding the basics of writing Java code to applying those skills to real projects. Split into eight minibooks covering core aspects of Java, the book introduces the basics of the Java language and object-oriented programming before setting you on the path to building web apps and databases."–
    ISBN:111968045X, 9781119680451

  • NEW 133.109744 FARNSWORTH 2020
    Farnsworth, Cheri
    Haunted Massachusetts : ghosts and strange phenomena of the bay state
    Summary:"Cemetery spooks, haunted historic homes and Native American legends figure prominently in this collection of eerie in tales from the Bay State. From the beaches and cliffs of the Atlantic coast and the historic streets of Boston to the beautiful Berkshires come a variety of stories and legends, including the phantom canoe of two dead Mohegan lovers, the haunted Danvers Lunatic Asylum whose former residents never really left, and eyewitness accounts of UFOs sightings that date back to the mid-1800s"–
    ISBN:9781493046294, “1493046284 : PAP”, “9781493046287 : PAP”

  • NEW 150.195 FRANKL 2020
    Frankl, Viktor E.
    Yes to life : in spite of everything
    Summary:"Eleven months after his liberation from Auschwitz, Viktor E. Frankl held a series of public lectures in Vienna, published here for the first time. The psychologist, who was to become world famous, explained his central thoughts on meaning, resilience and the importance of embracing life even in the face of great adversity"–
    ISBN:9780807005569, 9780807005552

  • NEW 154.63 FRAZIER 2019
    Frazier, Karen
    The dream interpretation handbook a guide & dictionary to unlock the meanings of your dreams
    Summary:No matter how weird or out there your dreams might be, you can learn to interpret their meanings. With The Dream Interpretation Handbook, you’ll be able to access the mystery behind your wildest dreams and use what you discover to connect more deeply with yourself and make changes in your waking life.
    ISBN:1641522844, 9781641522847

  • NEW 158.1 BYRNE 2020
    Byrne, Rhonda
    The greatest secret
    Summary:"Ancient traditions knew that to hide a secret it should be put in plain sight, where no-one will think to look for it. Billions of people on our planet have searched–but few have discovered the truth. Those few are completely free from negativity and live in permanent peace and happiness. For the rest of us, whether we realize it or not, we’ve been in search of this truth unceasingly every single day of our lives. What secret can possibly be so lifechanging? What single discovery offers a direct path to end suffering and to live a life of deep joy?"–Amazon.
    ISBN:0063078481, 9780063078482

  • NEW 158.1 SHETTY 2020
    Shetty, Jay
    Think like a monk : train your mind for peace and purpose every day
    Summary:"Jay Shetty, social media superstar and host of the #1 podcast On Purpose, distills the timeless wisdom he learned as a monk into practical steps anyone can take every day to live a less anxious, more meaningful life"–
    ISBN:1982149817, 9781982149819, 1982134488, 9781982134488

  • NEW 158.1 TURNER 2020
    Turner, Tina
    Happiness becomes you : a guide to changing your life for good
    Summary:The iconic performing artist provides spiritual tools and advice for self-empowerment and fulfillment while examining the role of her enduring Buddhist faith in helping her overcome poverty, loss, and other personal and professional obstacles.
    ISBN:198215215X, 9781982152154

  • NEW 294.3444 NHAT HANH 2020
    Nhâat Hạnh, Thaich
    The sun my heart : reflections on mindfulness, concentration, and insight
    Summary:"A friend rather than a book," and a true spiritual classic with wisdom for any situation"–
    ISBN:9781946764713, “1946764701 : HRD”, “9781946764706 : HRD”

  • NEW 294.3923 KIRKBY 2020
    Kirkby, Bruce
    Blue sky kingdom : an epic family journey to the heart of the Himalaya
    Summary:"Bruce Kirkby had fallen into a pattern of looking mindlessly at his phone for hours, flipping between emails and social media, ignoring his children and wife and everything alive in his world, when a thought struck him. This wasn’t living; this wasn’t him. This moment of clarity started a chain reaction which ended with a grand plan: he was going to take his wife and two young sons, jump on a freighter and head for the Himalaya. In Blue Sky Kingdom, we follow Bruce and his family’s remarkable three months journey, where they would end up living amongst the Lamas of Zanskar Valley, a forgotten appendage of the ancient Tibetan empire, and one of the last places on earth where Himalayan Buddhism is still practiced freely in its original setting.." —
    ISBN:1643135686, 9781643135687

  • NEW 303.483 STEYER 2020
    Steyer, James P. (EDT)
    Which side of history? : democracy and our lives
    Summary:"A collection of 20-25 essays from prominent voices that brings forward creative, bold opinions that will examine the current state and impact of technology on our society and will highlight solutions for constructive change. Sample topics may include: 1)the impact of technology on elections and global democratic institutions; 2) the evisceration of longstanding privacy norms and standards; 3) the impact of technology on kids and teenagers; 4) the rise of cyberbullying and hate speech and how to addressthese challenges; and, 5) the libertarian ethos that often prizes a "move fast and break things" mentality and its relationship to the Silicon Valley culture bubble"–
    ISBN:9781797205175, “1797205161 : PAP”, “9781797205168 : PAP”

  • NEW 305.896 WALKER 2020
    Walker, Jerald
    How to make a slave and other essays
    Summary:"Personal essays exploring identity, family, and community through the prism of race and black culture. Confronts the medical profession’s racial biases, shopping while black at Whole Foods, the legacy of Michael Jackson, raising black boys, haircuts that scare white people, racial profiling, and growing up in Southside Chicago"–
    ISBN:0814278213, 9780814278215, 081425599X, 9780814255995

  • NEW 323.448 DOSS 2020
    Doss, April Falcon
    Cyber privacy : who has your data and why you should care
    Summary:"April Falcon Doss, a cybersecurity and privacy expert with experience working for the NSA and the US government, explores the most common types of data being collected about individuals today and delve into how it is being used-sometimes against us-by the private sector, the government, and even our employers and schools"–
    ISBN:1948836920, 9781948836920

  • NEW 324.2734 STEVENS 2020
    Stevens, Stuart
    It was all a lie : how the Republican Party became Donald Trump
    Summary:"An indictment of the Republican party from one of the most successful Republican political operatives of his generation"–
    ISBN:0525658459, 9780525658450

  • NEW 332.49 GOLDSTEIN 2020
    Goldstein, Jacob
    Money : the true story of a made-up thing
    Summary:"What is money anyway, and where and why did it originate? According to Jacob Goldstein, this made-up thing has evolved over centuries and takes different forms based on technological advances, the needs of society, and often the crazy ideas of outliers on the fringes. Told through witty, historical anecdotes, Goldstein demystifies this ever-evolving tool from the invention of the first coins in Mesopotamia, to how China invented paper money centuries before it appeared in the west, how at one point in Sweden men carried giant "coins" on their backs to pay for goods, to the gold standard, pound sterling, origins of the Euro, mutual funds, bitcoin and a cashless society. Money presents entertaining tales of fascinating characters who fundamentally changed our monetary systems such as Genghis Khan, John Law, a convicted murderer and professional gambler, the Luddites, and the anarchist cyberpunks who created bitcoin. Through these major movements we see the rise and fall of various financial institutions: central banks, the stock market, the Federal Reserve, and the shadow institutions like Lehman Brothers that helped create the financial crisis of 2008. Lively and accessible and full of interesting tidbits (the word "banker" comes from the Venetian "bench sitters"-or "banchieri"-of the 1600s who guarded the gold) Goldstein looks at the evolution of money (whose definition appears to be, if we all agree it’s money, then it is money) and confronts its true purpose and who it is supposed to be for"–
    ISBN:031641719X, 9780316417198, 9780316417181

  • NEW 332.6 TYSON 2021
    Tyson, Eric
    Investing for dummies
    Summary:Investing for your future is wise and essential. Of course, you want to make solid investment choices and minimize mistakes. This updated, best-selling guide educates you on investing concepts and lingo so you can make the best decisions in all economies and markets. Understanding how to find and make smart investments is a skill that can be learned, and this book by money-pro Eric Tyson will help you by discovering how to weigh risk vs. return, offering tips on choosing stocks and funds, getting started in real estate and small business, and so much more.
    ISBN:1119716497, 9781119716495, “9781119716419 (PDF ebook) :”, “9781119716518 (ePub ebook) :”

  • NEW 333.33076 YOEGEL 2021
    Yoegel, John A.
    Real estate license exams for dummies
    Summary:"The key to launching your career in real estate. To get your foot in the door of this competitive trade you need to pass your state exam. This book, with tests and flashcards online, gives you the building blocks to do just that and get on and move up the ladder to a lucrative future. Written in a friendly style by expert instructor John A. Yoegel, this new edition has the latest on everything from contracts to mortgage types — plus four complete practice tests so you can navigate your way when you take the real test. If you want to move quickly into your dream career, there’s really no better key than this trusted bestselling guide! Inside… Get grounded with the trade terminology ; Find plain-English explanations of complicated real estate concepts ; Use practice tests to feel relaxed and confident on exam day ; Practice online with 525 vocabulary and math flashcards." —
    ISBN:1119724856, 9781119724858

  • NEW 333.338 PORTMAN 2020
    Portman, Janet
    First-time landlord : your guide to renting out a single-family home
    Summary:"This book is for first-time landlords of single-family homes and discusses such topics as: the legal obligations of landlords, estimating costs and profits, choosing good tenants and avoid problem ones, making the most of tax deductions, handling repairs and property management tasks, and other topics"–
    ISBN:1413327931, 9781413327939, 9781413327946

  • NEW 336.2 TOP 2021
    Top federal tax issues for 2021 : CPE course
    Summary:CCH CPELink gives you your required CPE to maintain your license without giving you a headache. Hundreds of courses over a broad range of topics make it easy to find CPE relevant to your professional development, while the Compliance Manager makes it easy to actively monitor your CPE deadlines and mandatory subject requirements so you don’t have to.
    ISBN:0808055321, 9780808055327

  • NEW 338.47677 POSTREL 2020
    Postrel, Virginia I.
    The fabric of civilization : how textiles made the world
    Summary:"The story of humanity is the story of textiles-as old as civilization itself. Textiles created empires and powered invention. They established trade routes and drew nations’ borders. Since the first thread was spun, fabric has driven technology, business, politics, and culture. In The Fabric of Civilization, Virginia Postrel traces this surprising history, exposing the hidden ways textiles have made our world. The origins of chemistry lie in the coloring and finishing of cloth. The beginning of binary code-and perhaps all of mathematics-is found in weaving. Selective breeding to produce fibers heralded the birth of agriculture. The belt drive came from silk production. So did microbiology. The textile business funded the Italian Renaissance and the Mughal Empire; it left us double-entry bookkeeping and letters of credit, the David and the Taj Mahal. From the Minoans who exported woolen cloth colored with precious purple dye to Egypt, to the Romans who wore wildly expensive Chinese silk, the trade and production of textiles paved the economic and cultural crossroads of the ancient world. As much as spices or gold, the quest for fabrics and dyes drew sailors across strange seas, creating an ever-more connected global economy. Synthesizing groundbreaking research from economics, archaeology, and anthropology, Postrel weaves a rich tapestry of human cultural development"–
    ISBN:1541617606, 9781541617605

  • NEW 341.69 HIRSCH 2020
    Hirsch, Francine
    Soviet judgment at Nuremberg : a new history of the international military tribunal after World War II
    Summary:"Soviet Judgment at Nuremberg reveals the pivotal role the Soviet Union played in the Nuremberg Trials of 1945 and 1946. The Nuremberg Trials (IMT), most notable for their aim to bring perpetrators of Nazi war crimes to justice in the wake of World War II, paved the way for global conversations about genocide, justice, and human rights that continue to this day. As Francine Hirsch reveals in this new history of the trials, a central part of the story has been ignored or forgotten: the critical role the Soviet Union played in making them happen in the first place. While there were practical reasons for this omission–until recently, critical Soviet documents about Nuremberg were buried in the former Soviet archives, and even Russian researchers had limitedaccess–Hirsch shows that there were political reasons as well. The Soviet Union was regarded by its wartime Allies not just as a fellow victor but a rival, and it was not in the interests of the Western powers to highlight the Soviet contribution to postwar justice"–
    ISBN:9780199377947, 9780199377954, “0199377936 : HRD”, “9780199377930 : HRD”

  • NEW 355.0076 ASVAB 2020
    Johnston, Angie
    2020/2021 ASVAB for dummies
    Summary:From the publisher. Ready to ace the ASVAB? Dummies can help! Year after year, ASVAB For Dummies has been the #1 ASVAB test prep book on the market. And now it’s expanded and improved for 2020/2021! Packed with plenty of practice questions, practice tests, flashcards, and videos, 2020-2021 ASVAB For Dummies provides an in-depth review of every subtest, strategy cheat sheets, proven study tips and test-taking tactics. Go online to find six full-length ASVAB practice tests and one AFQT practice test, instructional videos, and hundreds of flashcards to help you prepare for exam day. Earn your highest score and qualify for the military job you want. Boost your math, science, and English performance. Review all nine subject areas in advance of test day. View free online videos hosted by the author. Quiz yourself with hundreds of flashcards. Get the latest information with completely updated Auto and Shop and Mechanical Comprehension content. If you’re a military hopeful looking to set yourself up for the best career possible, this ultimate ASVAB prep package is the key to unlocking your full potential.
    ISBN:1119684501, 9781119684503, “1119684420 (paperback)”, “9781119684428 (paperback)”, “9781119684534 (PDF ebook) :”, “9781119684510 (ePub ebook) :”

  • NEW 355.0076 ASVAB 2020
    ASVAB prep
    Summary:From the publisher. If it’s on the test, it’s in this book. Techniques that actually work. Tried-and-true strategies to help you avoid traps and beat the test. Tips for pacing yourself and guessing logically. Essential tactics to help you work smarter, not harder. Everything you need to know to help achieve a high score. Comprehensive content review for all test topics. Diagrams, charts, and visual aids to simplify memorization. An extensive vocabulary list to help you prepare for the Word Knowledge and Paragraph Comprehension sections of the test. Practice your way to excellence. 4 full-length practice tests with detailed answer explanations. Drills before and after each section of every content review chapter. 200+ additional practice questions with step-by-step answers and explanations.
    ISBN:“0525569243 (paperback)”, “9780525569244 (paperback)”

  • NEW 362.10973 SNYDER 2020
    Snyder, Timothy
    Our malady
    Summary:"From the author of On Tyranny comes an urgent diagnosis of an American malady: our heartless system of commercial medicine and our politics of pain. On December 29, 2019, historian Timothy Snyder fell gravely ill. Unable to stand, barely able to think, he waited for hours in an emergency room before being correctly diagnosed and rushed into surgery. Over the next few days, as he clung to life and the first light of a new year came through his window, he found himself reflecting on the fragility of health, not recognized in America as a human right, but without which all rights and freedoms have no meaning. And he had no idea how much worse things could get. Now, American hospitals, long understaffed and undersupplied, are buckling under waves of coronavirus patients. The federal government has responded with willful ignorance, misinformation, and profiteering. Even with public life at a standstill, thousands of Americans continue to die, needlessly, every single day. In this eye-opening cri de coeur, Snyder traces the societal forces that led us here and outlines the lessons we must learn to survive. In examining some of the darkest moments of recent history and of his own life, Snyder finds glimmers of hope, and principles that could lead us out of our current malaise. Only by enshrining healthcare as a human right, elevating the authority of doctors and medical knowledge, and planning for our children’s future can we create an America where everyone is truly free"–
    ISBN:0593238893, 9780593238899, 9780593238905

  • NEW 362.16 MATTHEWS 2020
    Matthews, J. L.
    Long-term care : how to plan and pay for it
    Summary:"This book discusses how to choose options for home care, assisted living, and nursing homes; get the most out of Medicaid, Medicare, and veterans’ programs; evaluate whether long-term care insurance is worth the significant expense; consider the special needs of loved ones with dementia or Alzheimer’s; and protect loved ones from elder fraud"–
    ISBN:1413327877, 9781413327878

  • NEW 362.63 SOMERS 2020
    Somers, Marion
    Elder care made easier : Doctor Marion’s 10 steps to help you care for an aging loved one
    Summary:"Do You Find Yourself in the Role of Caregiver? If you are caring for an aging parent, spouse, or other loved one, you are not alone. Statistics show that nearly 25 percent of all households in the United States are providing care for an elderly person. Although you may be willing to help, you may find the task comes with unexpected challenges. Matters you never thought about are now your responsibility-healthcare, housing, financial and legal matters, as well as day-to-day issues involving nutrition, medications, and personal safety. You may find yourself worried, overworked, and exhausted. Over the past thirty years, Doctor Marion Somers, a leading geriatric specialist, has helped thousands of individuals and their families with these matters. Now, in Elder Care Made Easier, she draws from those decades of experience to offer ten practical steps to help you navigate your caregiver’s journey: Communicate openly Put safety first Improve the lifestyle Make life easier with adapted equipment Manage financial issues Take care of legal matters Find mobility in disability Find the right housing Hire help when it’s needed Learn to let go"–
    ISBN:9781950091225, 9781950091232, 9781950091218, “1950091201 : PAP”, “9781950091201 : PAP”

  • NEW 364.152309 MILLER 2020
    Miller, Julie
    Cry of murder on Broadway : a woman’s ruin and revenge in old New York
    Summary:"Amelia Norman challenged the idea that the fallen woman of the nineteenth century was inevitably ‘ruined.’ This book shows how the desperate act of this aspiring murderess came to momentarily embody the anger and anxiety felt by many people at a time of economic depression and expanding expectations for equal rights"–
    ISBN:1501751484, 9781501751486

  • NEW 378.161 FRANEK 2020
    Franek, Robert
    College admissions during COVID : how to navigate the new challenges in admissions, testing, financial aid, and more
    Summary:Students in the entering classes of 2021 and 2022 face a college admissions landscape unlike any before. The massive changes wrought by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic have upended once-standard admissions advice. Franek gathers together the 70+ questions that he is hearing most frequently from students and parents, and answers them with information garnered from deans, admissions officers, and his own 25+ years of expertise.
    ISBN:0525571817, 0525571817, 9780525571810, 9780525571810

    Chrisman-Campbell, Kimberly
    The way we wed : a global history of wedding fashion
    Summary:Chronicles the styles and stories of wedding gowns from the Renaissance to modern day through a showcase of dresses of all colors and styles from around the world as well as clothing worn by flower girls, bridesmaids and grooms.
    ISBN:0762470305, 9780762470303

  • NEW 395.22 EISENHART 2020
    Eisenhart, Maddie
    Wedding hacks : 500+ ways to stick to your budget, stay stress-free, and plan the best wedding ever!
    Summary:"Congratulations-you’re engaged! But, now what? As you start to share the news with your family and friends, you might start feeling slightly stressed about the amount of planning you suddenly have to do. But wedding planning can actually be easier than you think! With Wedding Hacks you’ll find solutions to all your wedding planning worries and prevent any problems that you might not have seen coming. From finding cheaper prices online to dealing with difficult relatives, this book has everything you needto know to make your wedding day one you’ll never forget (all while keeping your sanity intact)!"–
    ISBN:9781507214060, “1507214057 : HRD”, “9781507214053 : HRD”

    Attenborough, David
    A life on our planet : my witness statement and a vision for the future
    Summary:"I am 94. I’ve had an extraordinary life. It’s only now that I appreciate how extraordinary. As a young man, I felt I was out there in the wild, experiencing the untouched natural world – but it was an illusion. The tragedy of our time has been happening all around us, barely noticeable from day to day — the loss of our planet’s wild places, its biodiversity. I have been witness to this decline. A Life on Our Planet is my witness statement, and my vision for the future. It is the story of how we came to make this, our greatest mistake — and how, if we act now, we can yet put it right. We have one final chance to create the perfect home for ourselves and restore the wonderful world we inherited. All we need is the will do so."–inside jacket.
    ISBN:1538719983, 9781538719985

  • NEW 569.9 PATTISON 2020
    Pattison, Kermit
    Fossil men : the quest for the oldest skeleton and the origins of humankind
    Summary:"Fossil Men is the riveting science-adventure story of the brilliant team who discovered the "Ardi" skeleton, a human more than a million years older than the famous Lucy, and their 20-year quest to redefine our understanding of human evolution"–
    ISBN:0062410296, 9780062410290, 0062410288, 9780062410283, 9780062410306

  • NEW 599.67 WOOD 2020
    Wood, Levison
    The last giants : the rise and fall of the African elephant
    Summary:"Ever since he was young, Levison Wood has been fascinated by elephants and their fight for survival. While trekking the Nile he finally saw these beasts up close, and in The Last Giants, he satisfies his lifelong desire to learn more about the majestic African elephant. These giants journey through some of Africa’s most magnificent landscapes as they go in search of life-giving waters and pastures. El Nino’s droughts and an insatiable ivory trade have cut African elephant numbers by a third in the last decade alone; if elephants disappear entirely, Africa’s entire ecosystem could collapse. But Botswana has become a haven, where one-sixth of the world’s elephants now reside. Each year their numbers grow and an incredible migration takes place, which Woodwitnesses and records. In The Last Giants, he teams up with local trackers to gain insight into how this iconic species survives, camps out in the wild, meets the people and tribes living on the migration’s path, and joins the park rangers whose job it isto protect these land goliaths"–
    ISBN:9780802158482, “0802158471 : PAP”, “9780802158475 : PAP”

  • NEW 616.079 FARR 2020
    Farr, Matt
    Immune system hacks : 175+ ways to boost your immunity, stay healthy, and feel your very best!
    Summary:"From taking a day off of work to stay in bed to having to run out to the store for last minute medicine that you were sure you had, no one enjoys being sick. But what if there were quick and easy ways to boost your immune system so you could feel your best all year long? In Immune System Hacks discover over 175 practical steps you can use right away to boost your immune system and stay healthy throughout the year. These expert tips have everything you ever need to know about living your best, healthiestlife, including: -Exercises that build and strengthen the immune system -Simple lifestyle choices that help guard against diseases -Environmental factors that affect the immune system -Immunity-boosting foods, vitamins, minerals, herbs, and supplements -The connection between gut health and the immune system -And more! Feel your best with the easy-to-follow advice in Immune System Hacks!"–
    ISBN:9781507215265, “1507215258 : PAP”, “9781507215258 : PAP”

  • NEW 616.994 FUNG 2020
    Fung, Jason
    The cancer code : a revolutionary new understanding of a medical mystery
    Summary:"Author Dr. Jason Fung returns with a biography of cancer in which he offers a radical new paradigm for understanding cancer and issues a call to action for reducing risk moving forward"–
    ISBN:0062894005, 9780062894007, 9780062894021

  • NEW 618.928589 BARKLEY 2020
    Barkley, Russell A.
    Taking charge of ADHD : the complete, authoritative guide for parents
    Summary:The leading parent resource about attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and its treatment has now been revised and updated with the latest information and resources. Prominent authority Russell A. Barkley compassionately guides you to: *Understand why kids with ADHD act the way they do. *Get an accurate diagnosis. *Work with school and health care professionals to find needed support. *Implement a proven eight-step behavior management plan. *Build your child’s academic and social skills. *Restore harmony at home. New to the fourth edition are a chapter on health risks associated with ADHD, the latest information on the causes of the disorder, current facts on medications, a new discussion of sibling issues, advice for parents who might have ADHD themselves, downloadable practical tools, and much more.
    ISBN:“1462543197 :”, “9781462543199 :”, 1462542670, 9781462542673

  • NEW 636.80887 HATTORI 2020
    Hattori, Yuki
    What cats want : an illustrated guide for truly understanding your cat
    ISBN:“1526623064 (hbk.) :”, “9781526623065 (hbk.) :”

  • NEW 640.286 BIRRELL 2020
    Birrell, Harriet
    Home by Natural Harry : DIY recipes for a tox-free, zero-waste life
    Summary:Down-to-earth recipes for a resourceful, tox-free, and waste-free home life. Home by Natural Harry is a compendium of DIY recipes, tips, tricks, and hacks for a calm, resourceful, and tox-free existence. It is a modern reference for anyone who wants to ditch their joyless supermarket habit, reduce plastic waste, and save money and the world. Home by Natural Harry considers every room of the house (stain remover for the laundry, shower cleaner in the bathroom, dish liquid in the kitchen) and presents alternatives to shop-bought cleaning products, as well as a comprehensive chapter on body care (from toothpaste to shampoo to foaming hand wash). Readers will also be treated to a handful of recipes for Harriet’s favorite money-saving kitchen staples including oaty seed loaf, coconut yoghurt, and pickled veg. Home by Natural Harry celebrates a slower, more frugal and thoughtful life–the joys of which people the world over are learning to respect and embrace.
    ISBN:174379620X, 9781743796207

  • NEW 641.555 HOWARD 2020
    Howard, Vivian
    This will make it taste good : a new path to simple cooking
    Summary:Each chapter of This Will Make It Taste Good is built on a flavor hero—a simple but powerful recipe like her briny green sauce, spiced nuts, fruit preserves, deeply caramelized onions, and spicy pickled tomatoes. Like a belt that lends you a waist when you’re feeling baggy, these flavor heroes brighten, deepen, and define your food. Many of these recipes are kitchen crutches, dead-easy, super-quick meals to lean on when you’re limping toward dinner. There are also kitchen projects, adventures to bring some more joy into your life. Vivian’s mission is not to protect you from time in your kitchen, but to help you make the most of the time you’ve got. Nothing is complicated, and more than half the dishes are vegetarian, gluten-free, or both. These recipes use ingredients that are easy to find, keep around, and cook with–lots of chicken, prepared in a bevy of ways to keep it interesting, and common vegetables like broccoli, kale, squash, and sweet potatoes that look good no matter where you shop. And because food is the language Vivian uses to talk about her life, that’s what these recipes do, next to stories that offer a glimpse at the people, challenges, and lessons learned that stock the pantry of her life.
    ISBN:0316381128, 9780316381123

  • NEW 641.59296 SAMUELSSON 2020
    Samuelsson, Marcus
    The rise : black cooks and the soul of American food
    Summary:"It is long past time to recognize Black excellence in the culinary world the same way it has been celebrated in the worlds of music, sports, literature, film, and the arts. Black cooks and creators have led American culture forward with indelible contributions of artistry and ingenuity from the start, but Black authorship has been consistently erased from the story of American food. Now, in The Rise, chef, author, and television star Marcus Samuelsson gathers together an unforgettable feast of food, culture, and history to highlight the diverse deliciousness of Black cooking today. Driven by a desire to fight against bias, reclaim Black culinary traditions, and energize a new generation of cooks, Marcus shares his own journey alongside 150 recipes in honor of dozens of top chefs, writers, and activists—with stories exploring their creativity and influence. Black cooking has always been more than ‘soul food,’ with flavors tracing to the African continent, to the Caribbean, all over the United States, and beyond. Featuring a mix of everyday food and celebration cooking, this book also includes an introduction to the pantry of the African diaspora." –book jacket
    ISBN:0316480681, 9780316480680

  • NEW 641.86 LEOPOLD 2020
    Leopold, Christina
    No-bake vegan desserts : incredibly easy plant-based cakes, cookies, brownies, and more
    Summary:"In this incredible collection of delectable plant-based sweets, Christina Leopold, founder and recipe developer behind the blog Addicted to Dates, walks you through her easy-to-follow no-bake method for preparing all of your favorite vegan treats. Make everything from three-tier cakes and glazed donuts to filled cupcakes and fudgy brownies all without greasing a pan, preparing a cooling rack or pre-heating your oven! With Christina’s genius combinations of plant-based ingredients, you’ll yield perfect textures and flavors in every recipe. Fall in love with the delicate crunch of her roasted buckwheat piecrust or the creamy richness of her cashew and coconut milk cheesecake base."–Back cover.
    ISBN:1645671186, 9781645671183

  • NEW 641.865 WELLER 2020
    Weller, Melissa
    A good bake : the art and science of making perfect pastries, cakes, cookies, pies and breads at home
    Summary:"A comprehensive baking bible for the twenty-first century from the James Beard nominee who has redefined American baking. With 120 scientifically grounded recipes for sweet and savory baked goods anyone can master"–
    ISBN:1524733431, 9781524733438

  • NEW 650.1 HIGDON 2020
    Higdon, Ray
    Time, money, freedom : 10 simple rules to redefine what’s possible and radically reshape your life
    Summary:"From living on Jess’s wages as a makeup counter sales clerk, to achieving dramatic success as network marketing partners, to running a multi-million-dollar coaching and training company today, Ray and Jessica Higdon have built their lives on a shared desire for freedom and balance. Now they want to help you do the same, and do it all from the comfort of your own home! With 10 simple rules for redefining what’s possible in your life, this book will help you build confidence, shift your mind-set, and learnthe tools to take control of your life and start on a path toward your own definition of freedom. Whether "success" for you means being your own boss full-time, taking an extended parental leave without worrying about how to pay the bills, or saving money to send your child to college, you can follow these rules to make a positive change in your life. You’ll learn to: · Make room for change in your life by banishing doubt and anxiety · Create a vision for your personal brand of freedom outside the corporate grind of the status quo · Talk about and make money without shame–the money you have and the money you want"–
    ISBN:9781401960315, “1401960308 : HRD”, “9781401960308 : HRD”

  • NEW 814.009 GLORIOUS 2020
    The glorious American essay : one hundred essays from colonial times to the present
    Summary:"A monumental, canon-defining anthology of four centuries of American essays, from Cotton Mather and Benjamin Franklin to David Foster Wallace and Zadie Smith. Many of the essays Phillip Lopate has gathered here address themselves–sometimes critically–to American values, but even in those that don’t, one can detect a subtext about being American. The Founding Fathers and early American writers self-consciously struggle to establish a recognizable national culture. The shining stars of the mid-nineteenth-century American Renaissance no longer lack confidence but face new reckonings with the oppression of blacks and women. The New World tradition of nature writing runs from Audubon and Thoreau and John Muir to Rachel Carson and Annie Dillard. Marginalized groups in all periods use the essay to assert or to complicate notions of identity. Lopate has cast his net intentionally wide, embracing critical, personal, political, philosophical, humorous, literary, polemical, and autobiographical essays, and making room for sermons, letters, speeches, and columns, dealing with a wide variety of subjects. Americans by birth as well as immigrants appear here, and famous essayists alongside writers more celebrated for fiction or poetry. The result is an extensive overview of the endless riches of the American essay"–
    ISBN:1524747262, 9781524747268, 9781524747275

  • NEW 915.2191 NAKATA 2019
    Nakata, Akira
    Japanese gardens : Kyoto
    Summary:"Kyoto’s gardens are among the city’s many glories. They are beautiful, thought provoking. These unparalleled works of art at the creative frontier between man and nature date mainly from the Kamakura, Muromachi, and early Edo periods (approximately 1200 to 1650). These were eras of political and cultural ferment left us with many significant developments in the arts from the Noh theatre to weaving and dyeing. The gardens of Kyoto featured in this book are a spectacular example of this peerless art form and collectively form a distinctive aspect of Japanese cultural heritage. Gardens, by incorporating living elements into a man-made design that is then integrated with buildings and other structures, necessarily embody their builders’ philosophies concerning the relationship between humanity and nature. Those can be, very broadly speaking, divided into philosophies that view human beings as either dominant over or part of nature. Gardens in East Asia, and Japan in particular, tend to be of natural landscapes. The age-old Japanese view of how human beings should relate to nature is realized on a grand scale in the gardens of Kyoto. This book introduces the soul of Kyoto, the Japanese garden, in an unbroken continuity from the Heian period until today. Addressing their variations through the sub-categories of temple gardens, gardens of the Imperial Family and aristocratic households, and urban courtyard and other gardens, this book offers an insight into the compelling fascination that the beauty and philosophical depth of these gardens inspire."–
    ISBN:4756252176, 9784756252173

  • NEW 917.2972 FODORS 2020
    Bareuther, Carol
    Fodor’s U.S. & British Virgin Islands
    Summary:"Fodor’s correspondents highlight the best of the Virgin Islands, including shopping on St. Thomas, hiking on St. John, and bar-hopping on Jost Van Dyke. Our local experts vet every recommendation to ensure you make the most of your time, whether it’s your first trip or your fifth." —
    ISBN:“1640973109 (pbk.)”, “9781640973107 (pbk.)”

  • NEW 917.3 DON 2020
    Don, Monty
    American gardens
    Summary:For years, Britain’s much-loved gardener Monty Don has been leading us down all kinds of garden paths to show us why green spaces are vital to our wellbeing and culture. Now, he travels across America with celebrated photographer Derry Moore to trace the fascinating histories of outdoor spaces which epitomize or redefine the American garden. In the book, which complements the BBC television series, they look at a variety of gardens and outdoor spaces at the center of American history including the slave garden at Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello estate, Longwood Gardens in Delaware, and Middleton Place in South Carolina. Together, they visit verdant oases designed by modernist architects such as Richard Neutra. They delve into urban outdoor spaces, looking at New York City’s Central Park, Lurie Garden at the southern end of Millennium Park in Chicago, and the Seattle Spheres. Derry Moore gives his unique perspective on gardens across the United States, including several not featured in the TV series. These include unpublished photographs of Bob Hope’s Palm Springs home and garden of renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright. Featuring luscious photography and Don’s engaging commentary, this book will leave you with a richer understanding of how America’s most important gardens came to be designed
    ISBN:“3791386751 (hbk.) :”, “9783791386751 (hbk.) :”

  • NEW 917.304 AMERICA 2020
    America the beautiful : a story in photographs
    Summary:America the Beautiful’ showcases the stunning spaces closest to our nation’s heart–from the woods in the Great Appalachian Valley that Davy Crockett once called home to the breathtaking sweep of California’s Big Sur coast to the wilds of Alaska. It also celebrates the people who have made this country what it is, featuring a wide range of images including the Arikara Nation in the early 1900s and scientists preparing for travel to Mars on a Hawaiian island. Culled from National Geographic’s vaunted photo archives, spanning a period of more than 130 years, this provocative collection depicts the splendor of this great nation as only National Geographic can, with a dramatic combination of modern and historical imagery–from the creation of architectural icons like the Golden Gate Bridge and Lady Liberty to the last of the country’s wild places preserved in our national parks. 0With a structure inspired by the original song "America the Beautiful," this book recognizes what makes our nation great, region by region. And all 50 states and six territories of the U.S. are honored with 50 words from celebrities, historians, activists, conservationists, and politicians who call America home. Profound and inspiring, this is a book for everyone who has ever marveled at the beauty of the United States.
    ISBN:1426221428, 9781426221422

  • NEW 917.4404 LAUBACH 2020
    Laubach, Renae
    AMC’s best day hikes in the Berkshires : four-season guide to 50 of the best trails in western Massachusetts
    Summary:"A four-season guide to 50 of the best day hikes in the Berkshire Mountain region of Massachusetts"–
    ISBN:9781628421224, 9781628421231, “1628421215 : PAP”, “9781628421217 : PAP”

  • NEW 932 WILKINSON 2020
    Wilkinson, Toby A. H.
    A world beneath the sands : the golden age of Egyptology
    Summary:"From the decipherment of hieroglyphics in 1822 to the discovery of Tutankhamun’s tomb by Howard Carter and Lord Carnarvon a hundred years later, the uncovering of Egypt’s ancient past took place in an atmosphere of grand adventure and international rivalry. In A World Beneath the Sands, the acclaimed Egyptologist Toby Wilkinson chronicles the ruthless race between the British, French, Germans and Americans to lay claim to its mysteries and treasures. He tells the riveting stories of the men and women whose obsession with Egypt’s ancient civilization helped to enrich and transform our understanding of the Nile Valley and its people, and left a lasting impression on Egypt, too. Travelers and treasure-hunters, ethnographers and archaeologists: whatever their motives, whatever their methods, a century of adventure and scholarship revealed a lost world, buried for centuries beneath the sands"–
    ISBN:1324006897, 9781324006893

  • NEW 938.07 GOLDSWORTHY 2020
    Goldsworthy, Adrian Keith
    Philip and Alexander : kings and conquerors
    Summary:"Alexander the Great’s conquests staggered the world. He led his army across thousands of miles, from northern Greece to modern Pakistan, overthrowing the greatest empires of his time and building a new one in their place. He led from the front and was often wounded. He claimed to be the son of a god, but he was actually the son of Philip II. In Philip and Alexander: Kings and Conquerors, classical historian Adrian Goldsworthy argues that without the work and influence of his father, it is very doubtful that Alexander would have achieved so much. Philip II of Macedon is often remembered as an old man, one-eyed and lame from wounds. But he was young and inexperienced when he came to power. Philip inherited a minor kingdom that was on the verge of being dismembered. He succeeded in making Macedonia dominant throughout Greece and preparing Alexander to lead his army into war against Persia. Philip, Goldsworthy shows, created the armies that won Alexander’s victories. A bold new interpretation, Philip and Alexander will be the definitive dual biography of two men who together reshaped the ancient world."–
    ISBN:154164669X, 9781541646698, 9780465095506

  • NEW 940.5341 ALLPORT 2020
    Allport, Alan
    Britain at bay : the epic story of the Second World War, 1938-1941
    Summary:"Here is the many-faceted, world-historically significant story of Britain at war. In looking closely at the military and political dimensions of the conflict’s first crucial years, Alan Allport tackles questions such as: Could the war have been avoided?Could it have been lost? Were the strategic decisions the rights ones? How well did the British organize and fight? How well did the British live up to their own values? What difference did the war make in the end to the fate of the nation? In answering these and other essential questions he focuses on the human contingencies of the war, weighing directly at the roles of individuals and the outcomes determined by luck or chance. Moreover, he looks intimately at the changes in wartime British society and culture. Britain at Bay draws on a large cast of characters–from the leading statesmen and military commanders who made the decisions, to the ordinary men, women, and children who carried them out and lived through their consequences–in a comprehensibleand compelling single history of forty-six million people. For better or worse, much of Britain today is ultimately the product of the experiences of 1938-1941"–
    ISBN:9780451494757, “0451494741 : HRD”, “9780451494740 : HRD”

  • NEW 940.5426 TOLL 2020
    Toll, Ian W.
    Twilight of the Gods : War in the Western Pacific, 1944-1945
    Summary:"Twilight of the Gods is a riveting account of the harrowing last year of World War II in the Pacific, when the U.S. Navy won the largest naval battle in history; Douglas MacArthur made good his pledge to return to the Philippines; waves of kamikazes attacked the Allied fleets; the Japanese fought to the last man on one island after another; B-29 bombers burned down Japanese cities; and Hiroshima and Nagasaki were vaporized in atomic blasts. Ian W. Toll’s narratives of combat in the air, at sea, and on the beaches are as gripping as ever, but he also takes the reader into the halls of power in Washington and Tokyo, where the great questions of strategy and diplomacy were decided."–
    ISBN:039308065X, 9780393080650

  • NEW 940.54293 READ 2020
    Read, Simon
    The iron sea : how the Allies hunted and destroyed Hitler’s warships
    Summary:"The sea had become a mass grave by 1941 as Hitler’s four capital warships–Scharnhorst, Gneisenau, Tirpitz, and Bismarck, the largest warship on the ocean–roamed the wind-swept waves, threatening the Allied war effort and sending thousands of men to the icy depths of the North Atlantic. Bristling with guns and steeled in heavy armor, these reapers of the sea could outrun and outgun any battleship in the Allied arsenal. The deadly menace kept Winston Churchill awake at night he deemed them "targets of supreme consequence." The campaign against Hitler’s surface fleet would continue into the dying days of World War II and involve everything from massive warships engaged in bloody, fire-drenched battle to daring commando raids in German occupied harbors. This is the fast-paced story of the Allied bomber crews, brave sailors, and bold commandos who "sunk the Bismarck" and won a hard-fought victory over Hitler’s iron sea. Using official war diaries, combat reports, eyewitness accounts and personal letters, Simon Read brings the action and adventure to vivid life. The result is an enthralling and gripping story of the Allied heroes who fought on a watery battlefield"–
    ISBN:0306921715, 9780306921711

  • NEW 940.55 BETTS 2020
    Betts, Paul
    Ruin and renewal : civilising Europe after World War II
    Summary:"In 1945, Europe lay in ruins. Some fifty million people were dead, and millions more languished in physical and moral disarray. The devastation of World War II was unprecedented in character as well as in scale. Unlike the First World War, the second blurred the line between soldier and civilian, inflicting untold horrors on people from all walks of life. A continent that had previously considered itself the very measure of civilization for the world had turned into its barbaric opposite. Reconstruction, then, was a matter of turning Europe’s "civilizing mission" inward. In this magisterial work, Oxford historian Paul Betts describes how this effort found expression in humanitarian relief work, the prosecution of war crimes against humanity, a resurgent Catholic Church, peace campaigns, expanded welfare policies, renewed global engagement and numerous efforts to salvage damaged cultural traditions. Authoritative and sweeping, Ruin and Renewal is essential reading for anyone hoping to understand how Europe was transformed after the destruction of World War II."–
    ISBN:1541672461, 9781541672468

  • NEW 973 ZOELLNER 2020
    Zoellner, Tom
    The national road : dispatches from a changing America
    Summary:"The National Road is a collection of essays about American places, each dealing with contentious matters: religion, politics, sex, race, poverty, loss and the stubborn persistence of national pride, despite abundant reasons for cynicism. An important question lies at the heart of this collection: what does it mean to "belong" in America in the midst of an era when rootedness to a particular piece of ground means less than at any time during our history? These essays cover a wide range of subjects: the changing geography of pornography, the proliferation of "dollar stores," the unique pain of losing a house, the joy and futility of cross-country drives, the ways that certain town governments can turn vicious, the quest to stand upon the topographical roof of every state, a journey into the wilderness to find the body of a notorious killer, a unique examination of the most "American" major religion in the gloom past midnight, a personal eulogy for the metropolitan daily newspaper. From their particular angles, they all examine changing definitions of this shared soil. In a time of collective unease, the American land – this magnificent 3.7 million square miles — is the lowest denominator of what we have in common"–
    ISBN:1640092900, 9781640092907, 9781640092914

  • NEW 973.7092 MITCHELL 2020
    Mitchell, Elizabeth
    Lincoln’s lie : a true Civil War caper through fake news, Wall street, and the White House
    Summary:"In 1864, during the bloodiest days of the Civil War, two newspapers published a call, allegedly authored by President Lincoln, for the immediate conscription of 400,000 more Union soldiers. New York streets erupted in pandemonium. Wall Street markets went wild. When Lincoln sent troops to seize the newspaper presses and arrest the editors, it became clear: the proclamation was a lie. Who put out this fake news? Was it a Confederate spy hoping to incite another draft riot? A political enemy out to ruin the president in an election year? Or was there some truth to the proclamation-far more truth than anyone suspected? Unpacking this overlooked historical mystery for the first time, journalist Elizabeth Mitchell takes readers on a dramatic journey from newspaper offices filled with heroes and charlatans to the haunted White House confinement of Mary Todd Lincoln, from the packed pews of the celebrated preacher Reverend Henry Ward Beecher’s Plymouth Church to the War Department offices in the nation’s capital and a grand jury trial. In Lincoln’s Lie, Mitchell brings to life the remarkable story of the manipulators of the news and why they decided to play such a dangerous game during a critical period of U.S. history. Her account of Lincoln’s troubled relationship with the press and its role in the Civil War is one that speaks powerfully to our current political crises: fake news, profiteering, constitutional conflict, and a president at war with the press."–
    ISBN:164009282X, 9781640092822

  • NEW 973.918 SCARBOROUGH 2020
    Scarborough, Joe
    Saving freedom : Truman, the Cold War, and the fight for western civilization
    Summary:"The host of MSNBC’s Morning Joe reveals how President Harry Truman defended democracy against the Soviet threat at the dawn of the Cold War"–
    ISBN:0062950495, 9780062950499

  • 305.800973 KENDI 2019
    Kendi, Ibram X.
    How to be an antiracist
    Summary:""The only way to undo racism is to consistently identify and describe it — and then dismantle it." Ibram X. Kendi’s concept of antiracism reenergizes and reshapes the conversation about racial justice in America — but even more fundamentally, points us toward liberating new ways of thinking about ourselves and each other. In How to Be an Antiracist, Kendi asks us to think about what an antiracist society might look like, and how we can play an active role in building it. In this book, Kendi weaves an electrifying combination of ethics, history, law, and science, bringing it all together with an engaging personal narrative of his own awakening to antiracism. How to Be an Antiracist is an essential work for anyone who wants to go beyond an awareness of racism to the next step: contributing to the formation of a truly just and equitable society." —
    ISBN:0525509283, 9780525509288

  • 378.73 PETERSONS 2020
    Peterson’s graduate & professional programs : an overview 2020
    Summary:Provides details on the degrees available, enrollment, tuition, faculty, and library facilities for over two thousand universities offering graduate degree programs.
    ISBN:0768943183, 9780768943184

  • 378.73 PETERSONS 2020
    Peterson’s graduate programs in engineering & applied sciences. 2020
    Summary:Peterson’s® Graduate Programs in Engineering & Applied Sciences 2020 contains comprehensive profiles of nearly 3,800 graduate programs in all relevant disciplines-including aerospace/aeronautical engineering, agricultural engineering & bioengineering, chemical engineering, civil and environmental engineering, computer science and information technology, electrical and computer engineering, industrial engineering, telecommunications, and more. Informative data profiles for these graduate programs at over 785 institutions are included, featuring facts and figures on accreditation, degree requirements, application deadlines, contact information, financial support, faculty, and student body profiles. Two-page in-depth descriptions, written by featured institutions, offer complete details on a specific graduate program, school, or department as well as information on faculty research. Comprehensive directories list programs in this volume, as well as others in the Peterson’s graduate series.
    ISBN:0768943205, 9780768943207