New Nonfiction Oct 5th – Oct. 18th

Posted: October 19, 2021

New Nonfiction (in Dewey Decimal # order)

Digital for good: Raising kids to thrive in an online world
Culatta, Richard
004.678 CULAT

Dopamine nation: Finding balance in the age of indulgence
Lembke, Anna
152.42 LEMBK

Rationality: What it is, why it seems scarce, why it matters
Pinker, Steven
153.42 PINKE

Good anxiety: Harnessing the power of the most misunderstood emotion
Suzuki, Dr. Wendy
152.46 SUZUK

Courage is calling: Fortune favors the brave
Holiday, Ryan
179.6 HOLID

To kill a democracy: India’s passage to despotism
Chowdhury, Debasish Roy

Dirty work: Essential jobs and the hidden toll of inequality in America
Press, Eyal
331.7009 PRESS

The antisocial network: The GameStop short squeeze and the ragtag group of amateur traders that brought Wall Street to its knees
Mezrich, Ben
332.6322 MEZRI

Every deep drawn breath: A critical care doctor on healing, recovery, and transforming medicine in the ICU
Ely, Wes
616.028 ELY

Floating in the deep end: How caregivers can see beyond Alzheimer’s
Davis, Patti
616.8311 DAVIS

The Sleeping Beauties and other stories of mystery illness
O’Sullivan, Suzanne
616.8524 OSULL

Burnt toast and other disasters:A book of heroic hacks, fabulous fixes, and secret sauces
Peternell, Cal
641.5 PETER

Antoni: Let’s do dinner
Porowski, Antoni
641.512 POROW

Dinner then dessert: Satisfying meals using only 3, 5, or 7 ingredients
Snyder, Sabrina
641.55 SNYDE

Bare minimum dinners: Recipes and strategies for doing less in the kitchen
Helwing, Jessica
641.555 HELWI

Conquering the Pacific: An unknown mariner and the final great voyage of the Age of Discovery
Reséndez, Andrés
959.9 RESEN

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