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Drive! - Henry Ford, George Selden, and the race to invent the auto age by Goldstone, Lawrence, 1947- author.

Drive! - Henry Ford, George Selden, and the race to invent the auto age

"From the acclaimed author of Birdmen comes a revelatory new history of the birth of the automobile, an illuminating and entertaining true tale of invention, competition, and the visionaries, hustlers, and swindlers who came together to transform the world. In 1900, the Automobile Club of America sponsored the nation's first car show in New York's Madison Square Garden. The event was a spectacular success, attracting seventy exhibitors and nearly fifty thousand visitors. Among the spectators was

May 23, 2016
Earth system science - a very short introduction by Lenton, Tim (Timothy), author.

Earth system science - a very short introduction

The concept of the Earth's atmosphere, biosphere, oceans, soil, and rocks operating as a closely interacting system has rapidly gained ground in science. This new field, involving geographers, geologists, biologists, oceanographers, and atmospheric physicists, is known as Earth system science. This introductory text considers how a world in which humans could evolve was created; how, as a species, we are now reshaping that world; and what a sustainable future for humanity within the Earth system

May 20, 2016
Eat Real Food or Else - A Cookbook for the 21st Century by Nguyen, Lien/ Nichols, Mike, M.D./ Volmar, Charles (CON)

Eat Real Food or Else - A Cookbook for the 21st Century

May 21, 2016
Eat your drink - culinary cocktails by Biancaniello, Matthew, author.

Eat your drink - culinary cocktails

"Create your own artisanal "farm-to-glass" specialty cocktails using local, seasonal, unusual, and organic produce with this illustrated bartending guide from the renowned cocktail chef who is transforming modern mixology.Matthew Biancaniello, the formercocktail chef for the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel's famous Library Bar, is creating cocktails the world has never tasted before. Going beyond the quotidian Whiskey Sour or Tom Collins, Biancaniello is mixing it up with imaginative drinks such as "T

May 21, 2016
Einstein at home - recollections of his housekeeper, 1927 to 1933 by Herneck, Friedrich.

Einstein at home - recollections of his housekeeper, 1927 to 1933

May 20, 2016
Escape from Dark Places - Guideposts to Hope in an Age of Anxiety & Depression by Watkins, Ambra

Escape from Dark Places - Guideposts to Hope in an Age of Anxiety & Depression

May 21, 2016
Excel Sales Forecasting for Dummies by Alexander, Mike

Excel Sales Forecasting for Dummies

May 21, 2016
False choices - the faux feminism of Hillary Rodham Clinton by

False choices - the faux feminism of Hillary Rodham Clinton

"Hillary Clinton presents her campaign for the presidency and her long career in public life as a triumph of feminism. But an all-star lineup of American feminists here says, "It's not that simple." In a history of proposals and policies on welfare, Wall Street, crime and policing, immigration, international health, and war, Clinton has advanced ideas and laws that have actually hurt women--and restricted the powerful idea of feminism itself. From leading feminist figures like Laura Flanders, Ma

May 20, 2016
Family history of fear - a memoir by Tuszyńska, Agata, author.

Family history of fear - a memoir

May 19, 2016
Father Joe - the man who saved my soul by Hendra, Tony.

Father Joe - the man who saved my soul

"How I met Father Joe. I was fourteen and having an affair with a married woman." These are the opening lines to the first chapter of this memoir by former National Lampoon Editor Tony Hendra, concerning hs lifelong mentorship with Dom Joseph Warrilow, a.k.a Father Joe.

May 23, 2016
Finding Fontainebleau - an American boy in France by Carhart, Thaddeus.

Finding Fontainebleau - an American boy in France

May 19, 2016
Finding north - how navigation makes us human by Foy, George.

Finding north - how navigation makes us human

"Navigation is the key human skill. It's something we do everywhere, whether feeling our way through a bedroom in the dark, or charting a ship's course. But how does navigation affect our brains, our memory, ourselves? Blending scientific research and memoir, and written in beautiful prose, Finding North starts with a quest by the author to understand this most basic of human skills---and why it's in mortal peril. In 1844, Foy's great-great grandfather, captain of a Norwegian cargo ship, perishe

May 21, 2016
Floating, brilliant, gone - poems by Choi, Franny, author.

Floating, brilliant, gone - poems

May 20, 2016
Food & Beer by Burns, Daniel/ Jarnit-bjergso, Jeppe/ Stein, Joshua David (CON)/ Redzepi, Rene (FRW)/ Stabile, Gabriele (PHT)

Food & Beer

May 21, 2016
For the love of money - a memoir by Polk, Sam, author.

For the love of money - a memoir

May 21, 2016
Free days with George - learning life's little lessons from one very big dog by Campbell, Colin, 1962- author.

Free days with George - learning life's little lessons from one very big dog

May 20, 2016
Freelance nation - work when you want, where you want - how to start a freelance business by Cooper, J. Melissa. author

Freelance nation - work when you want, where you want - how to start a freelance business

May 19, 2016
From war to peace in 1945 Germany - a GI's experience by Fleming, Malcolm L., author.

From war to peace in 1945 Germany - a GI's experience

"As an Official Army Photographer, "Mac" Fleming's assignment was to take motion pictures of significant wartime events for the U.S. Army. In the first-aid kit on his belt, he also carried a small personal camera, which he used to take pictures of the people and places that interested him, capturing in his field notes details of the life he observed. From these records, Fleming has assembled this absorbing private chronicle of war and peace. Assigned to the European Theater in February 1945, he

May 19, 2016
Fundamental analysis for dummies by Krantz, Matt, author.

Fundamental analysis for dummies

May 23, 2016
Gap gardening - selected poems by Waldrop, Rosmarie, author.

Gap gardening - selected poems

"Rosmarie Waldrop says Gap Gardening 'spans forty years of exploring the language I breathe and move in and that continues to condition me even while I try to contribute to it. It tracks my turn from verse to prose poems, to focusing on the sentence and its boundaries, my increasing reliance on collage and source texts as a way of engaging with other voices, of being in dialogue.' Gap Gardening also traces Waldrop|s growing sense of writing as an exploration of what happens in between. Between w

May 20, 2016