Here is a sample of some new titles that were added to our adult non-fiction collection this past month. Enjoy!
Crafts & Hobbies
Over 80 projects that contain a variety of paper crafting techniques that can be used to make your own greeting cards.
The authors are friends that live on opposite sides of the United States, and this book contains a variety of crafts, recipes, photographs, and more that explore their long-distance friendship.
The life story of Coretta Scott King, the wife of Martin Luther King Jr., fully told for the first time by King to one of her closest friends.
Looks at many of Spielberg’s famous films, as well as his life stories and describes how his real life experiences shaped his gift for storytelling.
Tippett explores what it means to be human and how to truly live, and does so by incorporating conversations she’s had with a variety of people, including: scientists, theologians, poets, activists, and more, while hosting her NPR program and podcast, On Being.
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck by Mark Manson
Manson argues that people care too much about too many things and try to be positive all the time. He helps readers determine what they should really care about and encourages people to embrace and accept their limitations and flaws in order to truly succeed and live happier lives.
Chait deeply explores the eight years of Barack Obama’s presidency and argues that Obama will be viewed as one of America’s best and most accomplished presidents in history.
It has been documented that the Nazis burned books, but this is the lesser known story of the Nazis stealing books. The Nazis stole books from the libraries of Jews, Communists, Liberal politicians, LGBT activists, Catholics, Freemasons, and more to use them as an intellectual weapon and re-write history.
Grinspoon explains the role humans have played in the evolution of our planet. Climate change is one of the biggest topics discussed.
An exploration of the cephalopods, consisting of the squid, the cuttlefish, and the octopus, and the high level of intelligence they possess.