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A Little Light Reading

Marla V. Broadfoot

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Marla V. Broadfoot, Anna Lena Phillips, Roger Harris

Short takes on three books: Hispaniola, Kitchen Literacy and Walking the Forest with Chico Mendes

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Short takes on three books

David Schneider, Anna Lena Phillips, Fenella Saunders

Hollywood Science: Movies, Science, and the End of the World, Transport Design: A Travel History and Skin: A Natural History

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Picking Up Stitches

Anna Lena Phillips

A review of Making Mathematics with Needlework, edited by sarah-marie belcastro and Carolyn Yackel. This collection of mathematics papers and craft projects offers entertainment and challenges for needleworkers and math fans alike.

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Short takes on two books

Amos Esty, David Schneider

Short takes on two books: Acid Rain in the Adirondacks: An Environmental History, by Jerry Jenkins, Karen Roy, Charles Driscoll and Christopher Buerkett, and The Physics of NASCAR: How to Make Steel + Gas + Rubber = Speed, by Diandra Leslie-Pelecky.

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Short takes on three books

David Schneider, Christopher Brodie, Amos Esty

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Short takes on four books

Christopher Brodie, Sharlini Sankaran, Amos Esty, Michael Szpir

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