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Volume 11, Number 7 July 2016 Home | BW Index

Table of Contents

Reviewer's Choice Audiobook Shelf Cookbook Shelf
Beer Shelf Gardening Shelf Pets/Wildlife Shelf
Computer Shelf Education Shelf Sports Shelf
Economic Studies Shelf Theatre/Cinema Shelf Christian Studies Shelf
Fantasy/SciFi Shelf Antiques/Collectibles Shelf Business Shelf
Needlecraft Shelf Health/Medicine Shelf Science Shelf
Travel Shelf    

Reviewer's Choice

Alice in Wonderland: An Illustrated Journey Through Time
Mark Salisbury
Disney Editions
c/o Disney Hyperion
125 West End Avenue, New York, NY 10023
9781484737699, $29.99,

Alice in Wonderland: An Illustrated Journey Through Time is published nearly sixty years after Carroll's classic and is based on a new silent film pilot which began a series, and captures the creations of Walt Disney as he evolved animation projects around Alice and revived the classic with new art and inspirational themes. From book to theme park attraction and beyond, Alice in Wonderland: An Illustrated Journey Through Time captures the cinematic prowess of Disney and the results of his efforts, and packs in gorgeous color photos throughout to accent not just various Alice renditions, but the changing approaches which have helped redefine the classic story for new visual audiences.

The Accidental Taxonomist, second edition
Heather Hedden
Information Today Inc.
143 Old Marlton Pike, Medford, NJ 08055-8750
9781573875288, $39.50,

The second updated edition of The Accidental Taxonomist provides an in-depth guide to building information taxonomies and comes from an expert instructor who offers a step-by-step assessment of the process. Her latest edition updates taxonomy standards, includes the latest research and reference materials including new data, and expands various discussion points, while new real-world examples explain the software, design process, and the creation and management of taxonomy programs. Add specific routines from automatic indexing to creating associative relationships and you have a reference that is a 'must' for any collection strong in taxonomy development.

The Audiobook Shelf

Hachette Audio
237 Park Avenue, New York, NY 10017

James Patterson and Marshall Karp's NYPD Red 4 (9781478928072, $35.00) enjoys a dual narration by Edoardo Ballerini and Jay Snyder as it tells of a manhunt for a murderer who covets money and blood alike. An elite police task force faces its biggest challenge yet as political tempers flair under an assault which seems unending. All come to life in an audio that's gripping and compelling. Peter Brown's The Wild Robot (9781478938334, $25.00) is read by Kate Atwater and presents an unusual scenario: robot Roz is alone on a remote, wild island with no memory of how she got there. Her struggles to survive occupy more of her attention than her missing memory, until it begins to return and threatens the unusual friendships and home she has just begun to cultivate. Both are vividly-read productions and shine in audio format.

Brilliance Audio
PO Box 887, Grand Haven, MI 49417

Jessica Fletcher, Donald Bain and Renee Paley-Bain's Murder, She Wrote series expands yet again with a new addition, Design for Murder (9781501261671, $24.99), performed by veteran narrator Sandra Burr who lends her much-experienced, engrossing voice to a new story of death that overtakes the modeling industry's top runway glamour figures. One is a novice at the job; the other a famous cover girl. Both are found dead under mysterious circumstances, and there's only one connection between them. Jessica is forced to consider all possibilities in a riveting thriller that offers many twists and turns in the course of solving murders. William Stolzenburg's Heart of a Lion (9781480532083, $29.99) receives an excellent reading by Mike DelGaudio who brings to life the story of a mountain lion's two thousand mile trek from the American West to the Atlantic coast. In 2011 an SUV hit a three-year-old mountain lion on a Connecticut parkway. Author William Stolzenburg traced his roots across the years and here produces an outstanding saga that springs to life in audio and is especially recommended for natural history enthusiasts.

The Cookbook Shelf

The Magic of Broths
Nick Sandler
Kyle Books
192 - 198 Vauxhall Bridge Road, London, England, SW1V 1DX
National Book Network (distributor)
4501 Forbes Boulevard, Suite 200, Lanham, MD 20706
9781909487413, $22.95,

The Magic of Broths provides some 60 recipes for broths and stocks and comes from a chef and food writer who offers a fine selection of the best which can be easily made at home with a minimum of prep time or ingredients. Color photos and nutritional information accompany each recipe, which covers stocks for all kinds of meats, vegetables and fish and shows how to make variations, then pair them with meats and added light ingredients. The result is a fine collection of recipes perfect for any looking for light, restorative broth bases.

From Tea Cakes to Tamales
Nola McKey
Texas A&M University Press
4354 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843-4354
9781623494094, $29.95,

From Tea Cakes to Tamales: Third-Generation Texas Recipes is written by culinary historian and illustrated by Cora McKown as it explores Texas's vintage recipes and the evolution of its culinary history. Here more than a hundred third-generation and older recipes share dishes and traditions with a focus on Texas' cultural diversity, including recipes for Norwegian, Italian, Czech and Chinese influences, among other ethnic groups that made lasting impressions on Texas foods. More than a cookbook, this includes narratives from family experiences and creates a powerful presentation that is especially recommended for culinary history readers interested in Texas food heritage.

Octopus Publishing
236 Park Avenue, New York NY 10017

Leon's Happy Salads by Jane Baxter and John Vincent (9781840917185, $19.99) is recommended for salad enthusiasts and those who aren't wild about salads, and offers a new contribution to the Leon series of cookbooks that focuses on different kinds of salads. Readers shouldn't expect a compendium of familiar favorites: Leon provides many innovative and appealing salads, from a Middle Eastern Spiced Quinoa and Get Figgy With It salad to sole filets in a Coconut Kinelaw and a Smoked Chicken with Diced Pear dish. The variety of dishes makes for a real winner that will appeal even to those who eschew traditional salads. Claus Meyer's The Nordic Kitchen: One Year of Family Cooking (9781784721626, $29.99) features four seasonal chapters and a focus on different produce to be found at different times of year, with recipes for Rhubarb Cake, Tartlets with Summer Vegetables in Bechamel sauce, and Quick and Easy Rye Bread. While there are a good number of fish-based recipes here, the book includes many of diverse dishes making it a special recommendation for those who would try seasonal Nordic cuisine with ingredients available outside of the region. Eric Lanlard's Afternoon Tea (9781784721466, $24.99) comes from a Master P tissier who presents nearly a hundred recipes for sweet and savory afternoon treats, and pairs lovely full-page color photos with individual recipes and six themes menus produced from them. Some of the highlights include a Scandinavian Apple Cake, a Clementine and Pomegranate Cake, and classic Linzer Torte, and while the dishes all require preparation, any who love to bake will find these creations easy and fun to assemble, and perfect for entertaining.

The Beer Shelf

The Beer Geek Handbook
Patrick Dawson
Storey Publishing
210 Mass MoCA Way, North Adams, MA 01247
9781612125312, $14.95,

The Beer Geek Handbook: Living a Life Ruled by Beer gathers beer facts, pairs them with a fun approach to the art of tasting and understanding both beer and those who imbibe, and blends humor with fun facts about beer to provide a cartoon-enhanced compendium of beer details and culture. Within the chatty and lively format are serious discussions about the differences between different styles of beer, how to best appreciate them, and how to understand what makes a superior beer. The result is a fun approach perfect for novices who like beer but need more information in a less serious, weighty tone than competing beer books offer.

The Gardening Shelf

Garden Design Bible
Tim Newbury
Octopus Publishing
236 Park Avenue, New York NY 10017
9780600632443, $19.99,

Garden Design Bible: Gardens to Adapt for Your Space provides asset of planting plans and forty projects that make use of them, using detailed diagrams and color illustrations throughout to cover key garden design features, paths, fences and edging choices, and the best plants to pick for different kinds of gardens. Filled with details on incorporating nature and different kinds of lighting into the overall garden plot, this is a 'must' for any gardener who would design a space from scratch.

The Pets/Wildlife Shelf

The Dog Diet Answer Book
Greg Martinez, DVM
Fair Winds
c/o Quarto Publishing Group USA
400 First Avenue North, Suite 400, Minneapolis, MN 55401-1722
9781592337026, $22.95,

The Dog Diet Answer Book is recommended for any dog owner who would understand their dog's diet needs and diagnose common health issues based on that diet, and tells how to make home-cooked meals and treats for a pet that address different dietary needs. From identifying and avoiding allergens to the problems inherent in commercial food choices, how to devise and apply an elimination diet, and how to tailor a diet plan based on a dog's breed and weight, The Dog Diet Answer Book holds everything needed to adjust a dog's meals for optimum health.

Birds in Trouble
Lynn E. Barber
Texas A&M University Press
4354 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843-4354
9781623493592, $29.95,

Birds in Trouble explains the population challenges and conservation status of selected birds, explains why habitats are endangered and in turn affect the ability of these birds to survive, and presents a focus designed to increase awareness of bird species and their declining numbers. Lynn E. Barber's own extraordinarily realistic bird art accompanies discussions of how to help conserve these species. The result is a specific focus on specific challenges: a perfect choice for any conservation reader already familiar with generalities who wants more in the way of particular case studies of selected species.

The Computer Shelf

Microsoft Access 2016 Programming Pocket Primer
Julitta Korol
Mercury Learning
PO Box 605, Herndon, VA 20172-0605
9781942270812, $29.95,

Microsoft Access 2016 Programming Pocket Primer comes with a cd-rom that contains all of the project files mentioned in this book plus all images from the text, and is arranged in such a way that busy professions who need to apply Access programming basics in a short period of time receive all they need to get up to speed fast. From the basics of Access and how to work with or customize its various functions to common tasks and basic start-up knowledge, those with some programming background who are unfamiliar with Access will find the jump-start attention specific and useful, packed with all the code and examples needed.

The Education Shelf

Cultivating the Genius of Black Children
Debra Ren-Etta Sullivan
Redleaf Press
10 Yorkton Court, St. Paul, MN 55117-1065
9781605544052, $29.95,

Cultivating the Genius of Black Children: Strategies to Close the Achievement Gap in the Early Years is quite simply a 'must' for any collection strong in early childhood education for black children. Research, experience, and the latest studies combine in a reference directed to early childhood educators interested in creating classrooms in which Black children learn and grow on many levels. From different cultural influences specific to Black children and how they learn to incorporating this knowledge into a classroom endeavor, this book is filled with important keys to success and shows teachers how to better involve kids and families alike in the education process.

Stenhouse Publishers
480 Congress Street, Portland, ME 04101-3451

Linday Dacey,'s Well Played, 6-8: Building Mathematical Thinking Through Number and Algebraic Games and Puzzles (9781625310330, $25.00) offers an excellent gathering of details in its third book in a series, and shows teachers how to make games and puzzles a solid part of the classroom experience. Explanations of the math lessons in each game or puzzle delve into how the approach will help students, while variations for different learning levels and classroom accounts of the games and puzzles in action make for a top survey. From basic directions to materials needed and extending the lesson objective, this is a top pick for teachers who would inject play and learning into a math curriculum. Kate Roth and Joan Dabrowski's Interactive Writing Across Grades: A Small Practice with Big Results (9781625311153, $27.95) covers the basics of interactive writing experiences and their educational foundations, and will appeal to PreK-5 grade level teachers looking for a step-by-step application of the concepts to writing methods and teaching approaches. Chapters provide examples of real classroom writing from different grades as they illustrate different phrases of interactive writing teaching and show how to build skills, while classroom case history examples emphasize the experiences and process even more. The result is a solid guide for any teacher of these grade levels who would integrate an interactive writing program into the classroom.

2455 Teller Road, Thousand Oaks, CA 91320-2218

Justin W. Patchin and Sameer Hinduja's Bullying Today: Bullet Points and Best Practices (9781506335971, $24.95) goes beyond most books that speak about bullying to provide educators and school leaders with bullet points for addressing bullying by making meaningful changes. Some 15 years of research went into this book's strategies, with a range of real-world examples gathered from a variety of sources to combine prevention strategies, tips on identifying bullying behaviors, and understanding its different displays. Especially invaluable is coverage of response options and their overall effectiveness (or ineffectiveness). Kikanza Nuri-Robins and Lewis Bundy's Fish Out of Water: Mentoring, Managing, and Self-Monitoring People Who Don't Fit In (9781506303024, $27.95) provides a powerful resource for managing people who don't fit into mainstream culture because of sexual or gender orientation, income, or ethnicity. While the focus is on the school structure, many of the strategies for working with children who are bullied because of these differences can provide much food for thought for other organizational structures as well. That said, teachers will find this a powerful toolbox for handling these kids and those who surround them, with chapters covering individual expression, marginalization, self-monitoring, and more. The result will help teachers identify, work with and address many common issues specific to this group, with case history examples throughout offering many keys to success. Michael Rafferty, Colleen Morello and Paraskevi Rountos' 30 Big-Idea Lessons for Small Groups: The Teaching Framework for ANY Text and EVERY Reader (9781506334387, $29.95) is more than a teacher's guide: it outlines a framework of strategies for intermediate-grade readers that encourages students to interact with texts by considering ideas related to the texts, debating them in small groups, learning how to mark up the important points of texts for deeper thinking, and developing analytical and evaluative skills relating texts to wider concerns such as social issues and world problems. Reproducible forms are one of the tools provided in this teacher's guide which discusses a variety of moves to support these skill sets and how to implement and evaluate their results. Specific texts and their engagement possibilities leave nothing to guess and chart all the possible ways teachers can use these key readings to foster a greater attention to depth and detail in intermediate-level students.

The Sports Shelf

Strong & Sculpted
Brad Schoenfield
Human Kinetics Publishers, Inc.
PO Box 5076, Champaign, IL 61820-5076
9781492514565, $21.95,

Strong & Sculpted: The Total-Body Training Program for Shaping Your Ultimate Physique provides a science-based program that pairs goal-oriented science with training programs designed to produce a sculpted figure, and offers a four-phase program that can be customized to suit any level of reader at any point in their training program. Users are encouraged to build a foundation of routines for muscle development, then move beyond them to more targeted shaping purposes. They are also encouraged to create variations on these recommendations, customize workouts, and adopt new exercises as goals and physique changes. Color photos and step-by-step anatomical drawings accompany the recommendations and any exerciser will find them precise and easy to follow.

The Economic Studies Shelf

Economics Versus Reality
John M. Legge
Transaction Publishers
10 Corporate Place South, Piscataway, NJ 08854
9781412862516, $29.95,

Economics versus Reality: How to Be Effective in the Real World in Spite of Economic Theory belongs in any college-level collection strong in economic theory and history, and offers an intriguing comparison between real world economics and textbook scenarios of the subject. In many ways mainstream economic approaches fail to apply to life, and this has been evident for over a hundred years as formulas for math attempted to explain non-economic aspects of human life. By probing the changing history of both economics and human development, John M. Legge succeeds in presenting a thought-provoking (if not potentially controversial) analysis of the ways in which economic theory has failed under changing social conditions. It's a highly recommended 'must' for any economics collection.

The Theatre/Cinema Shelf

Where DID They Film That? Italy
Romina Arena
Quill Driver Books
2006 South Mary, Fresno, CA 93721
9781610351829, $18.95,

Where DID They Film That? Italy: Famous Film Scenes and Their Italian Locations could have been featured in our Travel Books section, but is reviewed here because any with a special interest in Italian film production or settings will find it enlightening and specific. Those who plan on travel to Italy who have this in mind will also delight in the blend of cultural insights, discussions of famous film locations, cuisine, and shooting choices to be specific and well-blended with color photos throughout and the practicalities of travel in Italy. The resulting blend of travelogue for destination-oriented readers and insights on Italian film settings will delight those who want a special and different view of Italy's scenes.

The Christian Studies Shelf

The Touch of the Sacred
F. Gerritt Immink
Wm. B. Eerdmans Publishing Company
2140 Oak Industrial Drive, NE, Grand Rapids, MI 49505
9780802869159, $30.00,

The Touch of the Sacred: The Practice, Theology, and Tradition of Christian Worship provides theological reflections on worship's roots in religious practice, exploring the methods and meaning of what process as it pertains to sacraments, prayer, and the figure and purpose of Jesus Christ. Christian theologians and those who would receive a blend of Biblical text and theological analysis will appreciate a book that is packed with analytical insights and much food for thought on the process of Christian worship and its teachings. The most likely reader of this in-depth survey will be preachers and teachers of Christian processes who will find F. Gerritt Immink detailed explanations to be thought-provoking and involving.

The Fantasy/SciFi Shelf

Baen Books
PO Box 1188, Wake Forest NC 27588

David B. Coe's Shadow's Blade (9781476781259, $26.00) pairs fantasy and mystery as it tells of weremyste P.I. Justis, who can wield magic effectively in his job until he loses his mind at any full moon. This defect has already resulted in him losing his job as a cop; but can he be an effective P.I. when investigations cross into full moon territory? In this story, Phoenix is under siege from a magical battle, and Justin finds his powers and life both tested as he makes decisions that embrace who he is and his role in many worlds. Eric Flint's Ring of Fire IV (9781476781242, $25.00) gathers a number of sequels based by Flint's creation of the world 1632, but the authors of these tales include big names such as Mercedes Lackey, David Brin, and more - along with Flint himself. In many ways the Americans transported in time are changing the 17th century for the good, but they continue to be challenged by many aspects of the strange past they have landed in and are altering. Prior familiarity with the 1632 story is recommended for a satisfying segue into these spin-offs which offer fine new extrapolations of a very different past unwittingly challenged by residents of the future.

The Antiques/Collectibles Shelf

Miller's Collectibles Handbook & Price Guide 2016-17
Judith Miller & Mark Hill
Miller's Guides
c/o Octopus Publishing
236 Park Avenue, New York NY 10017
9781784721398, $27.99,

Miller's Collectibles Handbook & Price Guide 2016-17 packs almost 4,000 items into this latest price guide, revising all prices in its 24th year and including sections on character collectibles, films, pens, music boxes, posters, toys, and jewelry. More than just a listing of collectibles and prices, this latest edition includes special sections that discuss trends, pricing details, and what to look for when appraising collectibles. The result is a 'must' for any who regularly collect across a range of pieces and who look for the latest values and influences on collectible prices.

The Business Shelf

Daniel F. Prosser
Greenleaf Book Group Press
PO Box 91869, Austin, TX 78709
9781626341593, $22.95,

Deserving of ongoing mention as a powerful assessment of company business strategies is Thirteeners, a survey that explains why nearly ninety percent of modern businesses fail to execute their own business strategy successfully. Here the key is identified as being a problem in relationship developments, and Thirteeners shows companies how they can move from a focus on singular models to relational models simply by changing their value models and focus on competition and control. This alternative involves adopting behaviors that foster better collaborative processes and using revised behaviors to build strong relationships to cultivate better workplace engagements. Business leaders will find this a 'must' consideration of different options to overcome common barriers to success.

Successful Management in the Digital Age
John Harte
Transaction Publishers
10 Corporate Place South, Piscataway, NJ 08854
9781412863247, $27.95,

Successful Management in the Digital Age is recommended for business collections strong in management and organizational behaviors, and reviews the market approaches and trends that lead to business success in the modern world. The focus is on organizational changes designed to meet this changing environment, with chapters using many examples from real-world business to consider how customers are approached, gained, and how value is created by branding and marketing processes. From big changes in advertising approaches to the realities of changing environments, this is a top pick for any concerned with rearranging business structures to address changing environments.

The Needlecraft Shelf

Pieced Hexies Deux
Mickey Depre
American Quilter's Society
PO Box 3290, Paducah, KY 42002-3290
9781604602791, $24.95,

Pieced Hexies Deux: 10 New Designs to Rock Your Quilts continues Depre's hexie focus in a second book which profiles five symmetrical designs, six asymmetricals, and six hexie stars, including directions for English Paper Piecing and basting. Instructions include materials needed for different sizes and paper preparation, cutting, assembly and fabric preparation, while a wealth of color photos of both different steps and finished products make for a production that makes the hexie design easy to understand. Quilters and needleworkers will find this an excellent and inspirational survey.

19021 - 120th Avenue NE, Suite 102, Bothell, WA 98011

Angela Walters and Christa Watson's The Ultimate Guide to Machine Quilting: Long-Arm and Sit-Down (9781604687279, $29.99) teaches how to finish a quilt using both special and traditional sewing machines, and comes from a long-arm-quilting expert and a home-sewing-machine specialist who offer machine quilters a range of tips. More than just an instructional on using machines, this guide covers the basics of what kinds of quilting projects and stitching lends to particular machines, how to incorporate a variety of tips into a quilting effort, and how to machine quilt with better, more polished results. Moda All-Stars' Scraps Made Simple (9781604687590, $26.99) comes from fifteen top Moda fabric designers who show how to make the most of precut scrap collections. From different sizes of precuts to different approaches to patterns, these Moda designers show how to make the most of a stash or shopping expedition and pair clear materials lists and cutting instructions with full-page color photos of each completed quilt. Karen M. Burns compiles Sew Many Gifts: 19 Handmade Delights to Give or Keep (9781604687446, $24.99), featuring a range of easy, quick projects that lend to professional, polished-looking results and gift-giving. From bags and aprons to table runners and baby blankets, patterns, step-by-step instructions, and color photos throughout make for an appealing production even novices will find attractive and inspirational.

The Health/Medicine Shelf

The Stress Solution
Arthur P. Ciarmicoli, EdD, PhD
New World Library
14 Pamaron Way, Novato, CA 94949
9781608684083, $16.95,

The Stress Solution: Using Empathy and Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Reduce Anxiety and Develop Resilience is recommended for self-help and psychology collections and offers a range of therapeutic tools for fighting the results of stress. While many books address stress and offer routines for alleviating symptoms or causes, this book offers specific insights on how to tackle the root cause of most stress: the drive to excel. Chapters focus on empathy-oriented approaches to behaviors and feelings and discuss how to change the basic neurochemistry of the brain to allow a more natural thought process leading to better perception and thinking patterns. Real-life stories from the author's psychology practice accompany advice on how to tackle performance addiction and its consequences.

The Science Shelf

The Mysterious World of the Human Genome
Frank Ryan
Prometheus Books
59 John Glenn Drive, Amherst, NY 14228-2197
9781633881525, $28.00,

The Mysterious World of the Human Genome covers exciting new discoveries in the science, such as how the DNA and related chemical compounds in our cells work, and comes from a physician and evolutionary biologist who describes ways in which the genome works as a holistic system. As discussions range from genomic evolutionary processes and what kinds of information is preserved in DNA to how molecules and proteins developed, readers gain fine insights into how a basic understanding of these biological processes lead to a better understanding of life. No science collection should be without this discussion, which is also accessible by and recommended to general-interest audiences, as well.

The Human Side of Science
Arthur W. Wiggins and Charles M. Wynn Sr.
Prometheus Books
59 John Glenn Drive, Amherst, NY 14228-2197
9781633881563, $25.00,

The Human Side of Science: Edison and Tesla, Watson and Crick, and Other Personal Stories Behind Science's Big Ideas provides a lively, humorous book about the idea that science is driven by the quirks, oddities, and personalities of the scientists and innovators behind it, and provides an unusual focus that goes beyond biographical inspection and into the processes of partnerships and collaboration, fiery encounters, opinions and options, and more. The result is a powerful examination of personalities and how their individual pursuits and interactions led to scientific discoveries, advancements, and not a few controversies, in the process.

Natural Products Desk Reference
John Buckingham, Caroline M. Cooper, Rupert Purchase
CRC Press
6000 NW Broken Sound Parkway NW, Suite 300, Boca Raton, FL 33487
9781439873618, $129.95,

The Natural Products Desk Reference provides a concise discussion of the key types of natural products on the market, and surveys the types of ingredients and formulas that can be defined as 'natural'. From the classification and organization of natural products and their formulas to stereochemistry and compounds, tables, definitions, bibliographic references, and 'skeleton' illustrations of these natural products provide chemical abstracts and descriptions of multicellular organizations. College-level chemistry students as well as anyone interested in the physical makeup of natural products will find this a detailed, invaluable guide!

The Travel Shelf

National Parks of America
Lonely Planet Publications
150 Linden Street, Oakland CA 94607
9781760340643, $29.99,

A number of books on the market cover the national parks of America, but few hold the dramatic contemporary visual approach of Lonely Planet's National Parks of America, which provides a sweeping panoramic set of images of all 59 parks cross the country to accompany the usual tips on what to do, what to see, and how to plan a trip. Would-be park visitors - especially those who plan a trip to more than one park - will appreciate an approach that focuses on each park's unique landscapes and wildlife and how to make the most of seeing both. From best places to stay and itineraries to park features, this is an excellent survey recommended for destination-bound or armchair readers alike.

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