Irma S. We welcome the new edition of Joy of Cooking. Based on six years of consumer feedback, the authors updated this edition to reflect our modern lifestyle. Included are new recipes and 80 new illustrations, as well as recipes resurrected from previous editions. This is a must-have cookbook.
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This is definitely the cocktail book of the season — but with nearly unique and delectable recipes, it will serve you well for many seasons to come. Happy holidays! Questlove: a musician who loves food as much as he loves music. In Mixtape Potluck , he invites celebrities, musicians, and chefs to share a favorite potluck dish.
Questlove awards each dish a song that exemplifies the recipe and the person. Ideal for new vegetarian cooks who like their meals with a side of beautiful. On a spiritual journey across 1, miles of Europe and 2, years of Christian history, Timothy Egan reckons with his skepticism and lapsed Catholic beliefs while confronting a bigger question: What is the role of religion in a world that is rapidly losing its faith?
Treuer delivers testimonies of resilient people over time, truths about termination policies that continue to this day, and portraits of contemporary Natives continuing to both resist colonial values and reclaim identity in an ever-changing society. If you're looking to decolonize your history lessons on Native Americans, you need this book in your life.
In her best book yet, Leslie Jamison pokes into the unexplored corners of the world and tells stories on behalf of the collective and the individual. Vivid and vital, this collection feels more extracted than written, each piece the organic result of an honest struggle — this is a book to light up the dark.
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This book will give you some chuckles, but also all the feels. An engaging compendium of animal facts Bats give birth upside down! Parrots name their young! Activist, nature writer, and conservationist Terry Tempest Williams is also an American treasure. In Erosion: Essays of Undoing , Williams balances empathy and outrage, anger and forgiveness, beauty and loss, hope and despair.
Williams is a magnificent writer and Erosion is simultaneously a salvo and salve for our disquieting Anthropocenic age. In this quiet, respectful, and inspiring tome, Hamer uses moles as a framework for his philosophy on nature and life, incorporating prose, poetry, and even illustrations. Movies And Other Things is an illustrated delight. This book is truly a feast for the eyes and fuel for wanderlust as it takes the reader around the world and inside various cabins, treehouses, and one truck hut.
Warning: reading this will send you into an Airbnb rabbit hole in search of your next getaway. Rachel Maddow is known for digging deep to find surprising connections between the forces that shape contemporary politics.
The Body is a surprisingly cheerful journey through the ways in which we seem to be perfectly designed, and the ways in which it's a wonder that we work at all — bolstered by cheerful accounts of the humans who contributed to our understanding of the human body, whether through research or by accident. Both informative and readable, Buzz is a fascinating deep dive into the world of bees. Thor Hanson adeptly tours us through the history and mythology of the bee. Sean Carroll takes on some of the most challenging and mind-bending questions in modern physics in Something Deeply Hidden.
In lucid prose, using accessible and hard-to-refute arguments, Carroll lays out his case that there are more than one of us — of everyone — in the universe. A persuasive, fascinating, and landmark work of physics. In this case: What happened to Sandra Bland?
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To get at an answer, Gladwell guides us through an assemblage of spies, liars, drinkers, accused murderers, poets, and criminologists. Mortician Caitlin Doughty is a death myth-buster. Will My Cat is made up of kids' questions about death. Her practical approach helps to normalize the post-life we will all face. Her informative answers are sometimes yucky but always funny, making this guide to death good for the whole slightly ghoulish family.
Lindy West follows up her memoir, Shrill , with a collection of essays that speak to this exact moment and are thoughtful, funny, but also angry — and proudly so. I love this heartwarming true story about a donkey named Sherman. The author and his family rescued him from a hoarding situation. He was in bad shape, but with the help of friends, neighbors, and some fellow animals, Sherman trained to run the World Championship Pack Burro Race. Rebecca Solnit has written another timely, masterful collection of essays.
Here, her focus is on the power to control narrative and the long arc of social progress. Perfect for the aspirational runner or the seasoned race veteran, and truly a delight to peruse. Toddlers will love the bright colors and strong, simple text, and parents will love sharing their wonder and pride in the breadth of female achievement with their children. Franceschelli and Peskimo are an unstoppable board book superhero team.
Their latest, Farmblock , is a delightfully bright and clever tour around a busy farm. With thick, indestructible pages and engaging peekaboo cutouts, babies and toddlers are sure to ask for repeat visits to this charming farm. Sofia wants to turn the town landfill into a park!
With rhyming text and friendly, cartoony art, the latest in the Questioneers series is a fun tale of perseverance and doing good in the world. In The Shortest Day , a poem written by Susan Cooper, beautiful illustrations by local artist Carson Ellis accompany a simple but inspiring and timely message. Celebrating the rhythms of time, tradition, hope, and celebration, this book is a lovely reminder that even in the darkest times, all is not lost.
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Adam Rex brings us the hilarious, thoughtful, surprisingly poignant story of a curious little girl and a villain who wants to take over the world. The award-winning duo of Gerald the Elephant and Piggie the — well, Piggie — is back! Also, how did we get in this blurb? Jim Kay returns at last with his fourth fully illustrated Potter venture, and his gorgeous artwork is well worth the wait! New troubles arrive on the other side of a family inheritance for the Heffleys, once they begin fixing up their house.
The Secret Commonwealth continues the adventure and brilliant world-building of The Book of Dust , as a college-age Lyra sets out to learn more about Dust, and a city in the desert said to be haunted by daemons. But Lyra, Pantalaimon, and Malcolm Polstead will all pay the toll for the secrets revealed. Apollo faces his toughest challenge yet on his quest to restore his godly powers: the siege of Camp Jupiter.
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The evil Triumvirate is closing in, and while the key to victory may lie in a forgotten tomb, the ruler interred there may be worse than any foe Apollo has seen yet. Hooray, a new graphic novel from Raina Telgemeier! In Guts , she brings her recognizable illustration style and storytelling skills to the topic of anxiety and stomachaches. It is funny, relatable, and encourages kids to talk about their feelings. This may be her best book yet.
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Our favorite young witches are back for the third installment of the Witch Boy series. Aster wants to compete for the Midwinter Witch title and crown , while Ariel is being visited in her dreams by an unknown witch. Great art and interesting characters make this graphic novel a true gem. Jack and Zita have both had their share of adventures, but it will take all of their combined experience, cleverness, and heart not to mention their friends!http://www.newjerseyregenmed.com/wp-content/map5.php
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Such is the thinking behind this spectacular reference manual that celebrates craftiness and ingenuity, with enough projects to get a child less interested in their phone and more invested in exploring the natural world. What a charming and informative book! This is a delightful way to learn about some incredible women in art who have been ignored or overshadowed for far too long.
As someone who works in a bookstore, I thought I knew everything possible about how to nurture the love of reading in a child. But this joyful guide, organized by age group and packed with practical advice, had a lot to teach me.