Friday, September 27, 2013
You CAN Handle The Truth: New Non-Fiction Picks For September
Posted by the Information Services Department (Gwen B., Amanda E., Lisa E., & Pam O.)
Every month, the cataloging department gets to see new books before everyone else. Listed below, along with their Dewey Decimal classification, are our top picks of the non-fiction books that looked most interesting, ultra-informative, or just plain fun.
300-399 Social Sciences
323.1196 JON The March On Washington: Jobs, Freedom and the Forgotten History of Civil Rights by William P. Jones A history professor describes the impact and history on the opening speech made during the March on Washington by the trade unionist Phillip Randolph whose vision and fight for equal economic and social citizenship began in 1941.
641.53 MCC Weelicious Lunches: Think Outside the Lunch Box With More Than 160 Happier Meals by Catherine McCord. The founder of the popular weelicious blog and book offers dozens of recipes and tips for healthful and flavorful lunches for kids of every age.
700-799 The Arts
745.5 BED Made By Dad: 67 Blueprints For Making Cool Stuff - Projects You Build For (And With) Your Kids by Scott Bedford. Bedford wields an X-ACTO knife, magic marker, and prodigious imagination to create endlessly delightful projects for his two sons.
900-999 Geography and History
941.0086092 JON Kate's Style: Smart Chic Fashion From a Royal Role Model by Caroline Jones.
This essential guide to the Duchess of Cambridge's style celebrates her ladylike, yet youthful fashion flair and gives Kate fans and insider's look at her favorite designers and stores, plus her beauty and grooming tricks.