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Use the map to pin the settings of books you read. It's a great way to makes books really come alive. I think a world map would work just as well, especially for a lot of the books out now that travel through Europe and other continents.

Use the map to pin the settings of books you read. Its a great way to makes books really come alive. I think a world map would work just as well, especially for a lot of the books out now that travel through Europe and other continents.

The Beak of the Finch: A Story of Evolution in Our Time  by Jonathan Weiner

The Beak of the Finch: A Story of Evolution in Our Time/ submitted by Lisa Shaner

The Complete Infidel's Guide to ISIS

The Complete Infidel's Guide to ISIS (Complete Infidel's Guides)

The Power of Infographics: Using Pictures to Communicate and Connect With Your Audiences (Que Biz-Tech): Mark Smiciklas: 9780789749499: Amaz...

The Power of Infographics: Using Pictures to Communicate and Connect With Your Audiences (Que Biz-Tech): Mark Smiciklas: Amaz.

Missoula- Rape and the Justice System in a College Town by Jon Krakauer

Books to read after "Missoula: Rape and the Justice System in a College Town" by Jon Krakauer

Did Adam and Eve Have Navels? by Martin Gardner: Readers who enjoy Bryson’s science writing might like this book. Gardner, a master debunker of scientific fraud and pseudoscience, takes on Freud’s dream theory, numerology, reflexology, and the Heaven's Gate cult, among other assaults on reason and rational thought. He presents a witty and erudite rejection of outrageous superstitions masquerading as science.

Did Adam and Eve Have Navels? by Martin Gardner: Readers who enjoy Bryson’s science writing might like this book. Gardner, a master debunker of scientific fraud and pseudoscience, takes on Freud’s dream theory, numerology, reflexology, and the Heaven's Gate cult, among other assaults on reason and rational thought. He presents a witty and erudite rejection of outrageous superstitions masquerading as science.

Despite the Best Intentions: how racial inequality thrives in good schools by Amanda E. Lewis & John B. Diamond

Despite the Best Intentions: How Racial Inequality Thrives in Good Schools (Transgressing Boundaries: Studies in Black Politics and Black Communities)

Review for "Brave New World" - Reading to Distraction

stars ==> of "Brave New World" by Aldous Huxley For Quarterly Classics book club. I loved this book and the premise of it. Definitely took a bit to get into it, but the story was fascinating. We had a great discussion.