Wednesday, November 19, 2014

New Nonfiction

The Peter White Public Library offers these new non-fiction titles.

World Order by Henry Kissinger.
The veteran statesman examines the background, and causation for current trends in global relations. He shares his outlook on these relationships, and an outlook for how nations can interact and be at peace in an era of diverging, extreme viewpoints, technology, and increased global communication.
New Adult Non-Fiction 327 KI

Atlas of Indian Nations by Anton Treuer.
This new comprehensive atlas pertaining to Native American history is
published by National Geographic. Treuer is professor of Ojibwe at Bemidji State University in Minnesota, and editor of Oshkaabewis Native Journal, the only academic journal of the Ojibwe language.
New Adult Non-Fiction 970.004 TR

Budget Bucks In Your Lap: Become a More Successful Whitetail Hunter Anywhere by Gale Arden Bott.
In creating this hunting strategy guide, no deer were baited and no agricultural lands used. The experiments took place on public lands, to determine the best methods in producing encounters with bucks.
New Adult Non-Fiction 799.2765 BO

Season of Saturdays: A History of College Football in 14 Games by Michael Weinreb.
College football is a phenomenon, massive spectacle, and noted for intense rivalries. From the first game in 1869, author Weinreb explores the roots and history of the college brand of football. In part, he does this by selecting 14 key games to dissect, sometimes with hilarious results. Being a Penn State fan, his analysis tends to favor Big 10 history.
New Adult Non-Fiction 796.3326 WE

When Paris Went Dark: the City of Light Under German Occupation, 1940-1944
By Ronald C. Rosbottom.
When the German Army took occupation of France in June of 1940, the country was forced to accept the reality of being ruled by a foreign government. Many French had left Paris, but those who remained had to deal with the gloom of German occupancy. Through the use of primary, first person sources, the author paints a picture of what life was like during these times.

New Adult Non-Fiction 940.5344 RO

Slow Dancing with a Stranger: Lost and Found in the Age of Alzheimer's by Meryl Comer.
Alzheimer’s advocate and broadcast journalist Comer provides a personal account of her husband Harvey’s battle with the disease, and her role as his caretaker.
New Adult Non-Fiction 616.831 CO

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